What is your refund policy?

If notified of cancellation 2 weeks prior to start of camp a full refund minus a $15 registration fee will be issued. If cancellation occurs within two weeks a 50% refund will be issued.

What Camp Should I attend?

The Junior Elite/Senior Elite camp ages 10 to 18 year olds will provide the player with the specific training needs for their age and ability. This program will emphasize technical skill development and small group tactics to help the player recognize situations presented in the later 11v11 evening matches. Our Senior Elite Camp is limited to 10th-12th graders and will focus mainly on match play in a competitive tournament setting. Small-sided games and training will supplement the matches with the emphasis being placed on large group tactics. Please let us know if you are interested in both camps.

What time is check-in/check-out?

Check-in and check-out times for residential camps are from 11AM - 1PM.

How far is the Airport to campus for my son?

Lynchburg Regional Airport is located 4 miles to Liberty University. Please email us at ajmadero@liberty.edu to arrange travel.

What kind of medical care is available?

Certified athletic trainers are on duty 24 hours a day. They will provide immediate medical attention to anyone who is injured or becomes ill, and will attend to general athletic training needs. Please contact prior to event if your son will be bringing a specific medication.

What does the camp offer in terms of the college recruiting process?

The Senior Elite Camp and Junior Elite Camp is specifically designed for players striving to play at the highest collegiate level. All high school age campers will benefit from recruiting information and staff connections. We have coaches from all levels of NCAA D1, D2, and D3 as well as NAIA coaches. Our staff is always on hand to evaluate players. All players who attend Senior Elite Camp and Junior Elite Camp will receive an evaluation of the weeks performance.

Are teams welcome?

Teams are welcome at the Junior Elite and Senior Elite camp. We have had teams attend from various high schools, clubs, and youth groups. Please contact us if you are interested in bringing your team. A team does not have to consist of the full team.

Can my son room with a friend?

Yes, we allow roommates at camp. Please make sure when signing up for camp, that each camper chooses one another to be roommates. All roommates MUST Be completed 3 weeks prior to camp.

I have a question not addressed on this page.

If you have any additional questions, please email us at ajmadero@liberty.edu

What does my son need to bring?

Four days of training gear - socks, soccer socks, soccer shorts, t-shirts, shin guards

Shoes - Cleats, Indoor, Tennis, Shower

Linens - Pillow, Sheets, Blanket

Incidentals - Extra money for snacks at the camp store

Personal Toiletry Items


What is a typical summer schedule for the residential camp?

7:30-8:45am Breakfast

9:15-11:15am Technical Training Session

11:30-1:00pm Lunch

2:45-4:45pm Training Session/Small Sided

5:00-6:15pm Dinner

6:45-8:45pm Competitive Games

10:45pm Lights Out

Last Day of Camp

7:30am-8:30am Breakfast
9:00-11:00am Games
11:15am Closing Ceremony
11:30am Camp Completed/Checkout

Other forms of transportation to Liberty University.

Amtrak and Greyhound is located at Kemper Street Station which is located 5 miles from Liberty University. Please email ajmadero@liberty.edu to arrange travel.

When/where do we arrive on the first day?

Registration on the first day of camp will occur between 11:00am and 1:00pm outside the Common Dorm. Campers must be present to register. If you will be arriving late due to a conflict, please email or call us before 1:00pm to let us know.

Does my child need to bring a water bottle to camp?

Yes, each child should bring a water bottle. It is recommended that campers bring a larger water jug. We will provide water at all sessions.

If my child has never played soccer will he/she fit in at camp?

Absolutely. Many of the campers are beginners once they enter the Junior Elite camp. This camp is designed for all skill levels. In fact, we encourage your child to bring a friend that has not yet been introduced to this exciting sport to help spread the passion for soccer.

Are there snacks & drinks available for purchase?

We advise campers to bring their own snacks for the duration of camp. Camp store will offer snack and drinks in the dormitory for purchase. Pizza orders can be placed with camp staff before heading out for evening matches. Orders are then brought right to the dorm for pick-up by campers after the last session. We do not allow outside vendors into the dorms to make deliveries.

Does my son need to be at a certain level of soccer ability to attend camp?

No specific level of ability is required. We just ask that all campers bring the desire to learn and have fun, and we will help them reach the next level!

What about safety & supervision?

Campers are fully supervised by our head of housing and camp staff 24 hours per day, during all camp activities and while in dorms. Camp staff and trainers reside on each of the dormitory floors at night. Dorms are locked and need badge access to enter into facility.

Where do the campers stay at camp?

Campers are housed in Commons and eat in Reber Thomas dining facility on campus.

Should my son bring a soccer ball?

Yes, we will have pumps available to inflate for camp. Balls can be purchased at the camp store if needed. Please label your ball in multiple locations.

Is there a registration deadline?

We accept applications until the sessions are full. Camp fills quickly, so we suggest registering early, especially for goalkeepers.

If the camp is full, do you have a waiting list?

Yes, when the session fills, an online waiting list will become available. No deposit is necessary to be placed on the waiting list.