FIELD HOCKEY DAY CAMPS
Our day camp offers a holistic approach to developing youth field hockey players. Some athletes have been introduced to the game in a P.E. setting, some play on school teams or are members of a club travel programs. No mater your exposure to date – we are here to help you reach your goals. The process of learning a sport involves a great attitude, passion for the sport and great listening skills. Our camp directors have committed their lives to teaching the game as College, Club & High School Coaches. Our staff is committed to showing you all the good there is in field hockey and motivating you to keep playing! A day camp maximizes the daylight hours by filling them with fun. We use stations, small games and full field scrimmages to train both individual skills and tactical concepts important in playing. If you are fortunate to have a Revolution Field Hockey Camp in your hometown this summer – count your lucky stars….you are in for a summer to remember.
- Revolution Field Hockey Authentic Reversible Jersey, Water bottle, & Ball
- Speed & Agility Workouts*
- Nutrition Seminars *
- Combine Testing*
- Personal Evaluations
- Take Home Drill Booklet filled with motivational stories, team & individual drills, fitness training & fun
- Daily Prizes & Camp Awards
*Varies Per Location
8:45 – Campers Arrive
9:00 – Daily Theme Workshop
9:30 – 11:30 Skills & Position Training
11:30 – Cool Down & Extra Help
12:00pm – Lunch
1:00 – 1:30pm Spike Ball, Frisbee & Recess Games
2:00pm-3:00pm – Field Hockey Session// Strategy & Game Concept Training
3:00pm – Campers Depart
Here is a guide of “Insider Tips” for first time campers.
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- Some helpful conversations for parents to have with kids before camp
- Help your child understand how to get a healthy balance of food in the dining hall
- The importance of hydration, especially during the heat of summer. This is good to start a week before camp so kids get into good habits once camp starts
- Empower your child to self-advocate through the daily camp routine; asking questions is always welcome.
- Campers are allowed to bring electronics to camp, but they are responsible for keeping track of them. Phones and other electronics are not allowed on the field in order to maintain focus during training sessions. The best time to catch your child on the phone is most likely after lunch in the break around 12-1pm
- When you arrive with your child, walk around a bit of the campus to get the lay of the land and bathrooms. Our staff will run through the campus map, supervision, rules and regulations at our first meeting post check in.
- Personal snack foods are allowed
- The coaches will schedule plenty of water breaks throughout the day, so packing a granola bar before or after lunch is a good idea to keep energy up.
- Things to bring to help the camper have more fun during the rest time
- A deck of playing cards
- Bluetooth speaker to play music
- Book or Magazine
“This is the best field hockey camp I have ever attended! I loved the coaches and made a ton of friends during the week.”Samanta A. - Camper
“The coaches were very enthusiastic and gave me the confidence that my daughter will have a blast at camp.”Dianne T. - Mom