Camp Details and FAQs

*IMPORTANT:        Please bring a $125 check made payable to F&M to check-in as a security deposit for your room key and fob. This check WILL NOT be deposited and will be returned to you after you turn your key and fob back in at check-out.

What are dates and times for Residential campers?

Residential campers can check-in from 11:00-1:00 PM on Monday July 6th.  They will register at the Conference & Events Office Located at Ware College House. Check out will be July 8th at 5:00 PM.  Please note that the first meal served at camp on the 6th will be dinner.  Please eat lu nch prior to check-in.

What can I expect from this camp other than being evaluated/coached?

There will be many opportunities throughout the four days to speak with both the coaching staff and current players regarding the F&M Men’s Soccer Team. We encourage you to ask questions and spend time getting to know everyone involved in the program. Our goal is for you to walk out of camp with a very good idea of what F&M has to offer.

Is there specific Goalkeeper Training?

Yes. Our goalkeeper coach, Jeremey Kirchner, will be training keepers on each of the first three days of camp. Goalkeepers will also be part of training sessions, competitive training games, and of course match play.

How do I get to campus?

You can find directions to campus by (clicking here):   When you arrive on campus, go directly to the The Conference and Events Office, located  at  Ware  College  House. Park behind North Ben/Weis , walk to front of building, check in and walk to Schnader Hall. An Excellent map can be found by (clicking here) which shows all of F&M’s buildings.

Where will I stay during camp?

Everyone attending the camp will stay on the Franklin & Marshall campus in college residence halls.  Campers will eat on campus in the Dining Hall.

What if I have a food allergy or another health concern?

F&M award winning dining service is excellent with providing food options for athletes with food allergies. (click here for more)  Please indicate any food allergies or other health concerns on the “Special Needs” form attached to the email sent to you. You can bring this form with you at registration.

What should I bring to camp?

For Soccer

Gear including shin guards, indoor/outdoor soccer boots, practice gear for rain & shine, sun block, water bottle.

*We will have additional water at each field as well as a first-aid kit.

For Dormitory

Bed linens (twin size), blankets & pillows, hygiene products (ie. Soap, toothbrush, etc), bath towels, casual clothes, any Medications for Bee-stings/allergic reactions

For Spending Money

Campers may want extra spending money for snacks and pizza at the camp store.  ALSO, LOST MEAL CARDS OR ROOM KEYS must be replaced at campers cost.

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