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Soccer All Summer!

Although DYSA does not run a soccer camp program, there are many half-day, full-day, and residential camp opportunities available for DYSA players this summer. 

Please contact the camp providers directly with any questions.  Camp signup deadlines and camp dates are rapidly approaching, so act quickly if you are thinking of taking advantage of a camp opportunity for your young players this summer.

DYSA is providing this information as a service to its association members, and is not intended as a specific endorsement of any individual camp.


Paul Turner Ultimate Soccer
PTUSA is the provider of in-season clinics/skills development sessions/practice coaching for DYSA, and are offering day camps this summer in Duxbury and other area towns.
Duxbury Day Camps
July 25-29    Premier Camp  Duxbury High School  9-1:00pm 8-15 yrs $160.00
                  Premier Goalkeeper Duxbury High School 9-1:00pm 8-15 yrs $160.00
August 1-5   Duxbury Youth Camp Coppens Complex  9-12/9-3:00pm 4-14 yrs $125/195.00
August 8-12 Duxbury HS Prep  Coppens Complex  9-12:00noon 13-18 yrs $135.00

Click here to see flyer of all PTUSA camps, including residential camps.

Advantage Soccer School
This camp is run by current Duxbury Varsity Boys Coach John Tocci
Carver High School
July 11-July 14
Boys and Girls Ages 6-17
Half day (9-12) available for ages 6-8
Full day 9-2:30

Duxbury Recreation Department
Dux Rec Dept. offers a day camp
14th Annual Soccer Camp:
A soccer camp for boys and girls ages 6-10 is once again offered this summer.  The camp will run June 28th – July 1st (Wed – Sat), 8am-11am each day at the Lower Alden Fields.  Emphasis on the camp will be skill development and the fun of soccer.  Camp coordinators will be Matthew Cushing and Mike Coven who bring impressive soccer resumes to the camp.  Coach Cushing is currently the men’s head soccer coach at Wheaton College, where he has led the Lions to their most wins in school history.  Mike Coven finishes his 36th year as men’s head soccer at Brandeis University.  Coach Coven has brought Brandeis University a Division 3 National and an ECAC Championship.  We are truly fortunate to be able to bring such talent to Duxbury to instruct our youth.  Counselors include many local college stars.  Space in this camp is limited.  Fee for this program is $85.

Winnipesaukee Soccer Camp
A residential camp in NH attended by many Duxbury players, WSC is directed by Foster and Stephen Cass of Duxbury Varsity Soccer fame
2011 Dates are Sunday, Aug 14 - Friday, Aug 19
To receive a brochure, call 508.566.4731, or

Mass Youth Soccer Association
Mass Youth governs all competitive youth soccer in Massachusetts, and is sponsoring varying camps this summer


Mass Premier Soccer
Many Duxbury families have played in the Mass Premier Soccer club system.  MPS offers day and overnight camps in many locations in eastern MA.
Residential Camps

Day Camps

Make The Save/Direct Kick Camp
Actually two camps in one - Make the Save (goalkeepers) and Direct Kick (field players) - held at Weymouth HS on the turf.  

A selection of other local/regional soccer camps:
Dean Schneider's World Cup Soccer Camps

Stonehill Sports Camp

Jim Reddish - Head Men's Soccer Coach
Rolando Lopes - Head Women's Soccer Coach

Terrier Training Soccer Camp

Jessica Clinton
Assistant Coach
Boston University Women's Soccer
285 Babcock Street
Boston, MA  02215

617-353-2069 (p)
617-353-5286 (f)
Shalrie Joseph Soccer Academy/Clinics

"The clinic is part of the Shalrie Joseph Soccer Academy, which is directed by Shalrie Joseph.  Shalrie Joseph has been a standout MLS player for the last 6 years- including being voted one of the top 11 players in the whole league 3 times.  This year Shalrie is launching his own soccer academy which will run night clinics mainly in the Boston area, but the week of July 13-17 from 530-730pm there will be a clinic at the Healey Complex in Middleboro. The Middleboro clinic is open to boys and girls ages 7-14 of all ability levels.  The focus of the clinic will be on mastering the basic fundamentals- passing, dribbling, receiving, shooting, etc.  Shalrie has designed a training program based on drills he still practices daily- but would benefit even the most novice player.  Shalrie is very good with young players and I think that he will be able to teach them some new skills while having fun. Shalrie, who will be at the majority of all sessions, has put together a staff of current and former collegiate and professional players to help coach his academy program."
Premier Soccer Camps

Polar Bears Girls Soccer Camp

July 20th - 24th, 2009
Maren Rojas  Head Coach, Bowdoin Women's Soccer
(207) 725-3713