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Summer High School Prep Camp 2018

Summer High School Prep Camp 2018
Date: July 30 - August 1, 2018
Time: 5:30-8:30pm
Location: Bullis School - 10601 Falls Rd, Potomac, MD 20854
Cost: $125 per camper

Prepare for High School Junior Varsity and Varsity tryouts with our HS Prep Camp for both boys and girls entering 9th – 12th grades. Instructions will be led by Coach Brian Wall along with other High School coaches who will work with players on fitness, tactics and skills specifically designed to prepare you for the intensity of tryouts.

Summer High School Prep Camp 2018

Registration closes on 08/01/2018 at 07:30 PM
Season Dates: 07/30/2018 to 08/01/2018
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Summer Mini Camp 2018

Summer Mini Camp 2018
Date: August 20-24, 2018
Time: 9-12pm
Location: Fourth Presbyterian School grass field
10701 South Glen Road, Potomac, Maryland 20854
Cost: $175 per camper

This camp is for boys and girls birth years 2005-2011 that want to have fun and brush up on their soccer skills the week before team practices begin. PSA coaches will work with you to make sure you are having fun and working on your soccer skills! Open to any and all children born on or between 2005 and 2011. Friends of current PSA players are welcome to attend! Space is limited, so register early. If you have any questions, please contact Mars Rabara, Camp Director.

Summer Mini Camp 2018

Registration closes on 08/26/2018 at 07:30 PM
Season Dates: 08/20/2018 to 08/26/2018
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Brit-Am/Potomac Soccer Residential Camp at Frostburg State University

Brit-Am/Potomac Soccer Residential Camp at Frostburg State University
Dates: 7/15/2018 - 7/18/2018
Ages: Age 9 - 18
Cost: Spring Early Bird $460 (Full Price $485)
Availability: This session has openings.


We would like to invite all PSA soccer players to our 16th annual Brit-Am Residential soccer camp. Players who would like to use the summer to improve their individual skills and knowledge of the game will benefit from the experience of training with professional coaches, including some of PSA's own coaches. 


Brit-Am Soccer Academy has designed and repeatedly refined the residential program to meet the needs of the players on an individual and team level in today's fast-flowing game. Players will be challenged throughout, and we can customize the program for those who come with a group of teammates or an entire team.


Goalkeepers will train together in the morning session with our keeper trainer before working with the training in their groups at the afternoon and evening practices. Goalkeeping topics covered will include:




  • Footwork, Balance and positioning
  • Shot stopping
  • Dealing with crosses
  • Diving for saves, deflections and 1v1’s
  • Kicking and distribution
  • Decision making and communication
  • Real game situations



During our morning session we outfield players will concentrate on technical training, covering the following topics:


  • Dribbling
  • Running with the ball
  • Fakes & turns
  • Taking on opponents (1v1, 2v2)
  • Speed, agility & conditioning
  • Passing (short, drives, chips, curls)
  • Shooting (power shots & finishing)
  • Defending (1v1, 2v2)
  • Ball control (ground, bouncing and out of the air)
  • Heading (defending & attacking)


Outfield players and Goalkeepers progress to the essentials of team play and tactics in the early afternoon session with emphasis on being creative and being able to know what to do under pressure. Some of the topics covered will be:


  • Central Combination play towards goal
  • Wide Combination play to create scoring chances from the flanks
  • Building out of the back
  • Switching the point of attack
  • Learning & Understanding player positions
  • Team Pressure to win back possession (High, Medium & Low)
  • Keeping possession for the team (building confidence on the ball)
  • Building play through the middle of the field


The late afternoon session is held inside the classroom where the players will get to rest physically but still get to learn more and improve on their knowledge of the game. Video sessions and group discussions will be used to challenge the players mentally and help them think about the game in a way that they may not have done before.


During our evening session, players are encouraged to play freely and practice all that they have been working on during the week. This is done by creating a game environment. Players get to play in a scrimmage format against the other players at the camp.


Away from the field we also like to maintain a soccer learning atmosphere and we do this through some of the following activities:


  • Video sessions
  • Discussions on Nutrition, Health & Fitness
  • Simple soccer assignments
  • Soccer Quiz night
  • Written Player evaluations