Clinics and Camps

Camps and Clinics

  • Winter Futsal and 5-A-Side (Registration Live)

    The focus of the Winter Futsal (5-A-Side) clinic is to improve players’ overall technical ability within an active and high-paced form of play. The games will be played in a 5 v 5 format including goalkeepers indoors on a basketball court. The format allows players to maximize touches on the ball, enhance passing and receiving abilities in tight spaces, and a chance to create high volumes of chances to score.
     
    While skill development is key, players will also be able to benefit from the opportunity to compete over the course of the winter.
     
    Players will be organized by age.
     
    All games will be played with NRFA Coaches in supervision. The emphasis is on the technical development of the player, but the focus will be for the players to have FUN in an exciting environment.

    Classic and Academy Winter Session
    11/30 to 12/18. Six session total; two sessions a week.

    Recreation Winter Session - 1/4-1/20 with two sessions a week totaling 6 playdates.

    Location: Riverwood Middle School Gym
    $80 Fee Per Registrant to Participate

      • Academy- Wednesday and Saturday
      • Classic- Friday and Sunday
      • Recreation - Wednesday and Friday
      • Wednesday (Academy) and Friday (Classic) Play Dates: Times- 5:30-6:30 PM, 6:30-7:30 PM and 7:30-8:30 PM
      • Saturday (Academy) and Sunday (Classic) Play Dates: Times- 4:00-5:00 PM, 5:00-6:00 PM, 6:00-7:00 PM
      • Wednesday and Friday Play Dates- Times- 5:30-6:30 PM, 6:30-7:30 PM, and 7:30-8:30 PM (Recreation)

    Register Online

  • 360 Technical Soccer Clinics

    This clinic focuses on player development with a 360 degree approach.  Players will be put through a series of exercises and small sided games focusing on the four main pillars of the game.  Players will be coached with the goal for each player to leave camp with a  better understanding of the game technically, tactically, mentally and physically.  This camp will be led by NRFA Directors.

    More details coming soon.

  • Finishing and Keeper Camp

    Players are coached through a series of position specific exercises and games relevant to goalkeeping and playing as a striker.

    Players are split into two groups for the first half of each session (goalkeepers and field players) to focus on the technical/tactical aspect of their position. Both groups will merge for the second half of the session to create game realistic situations. (this is open to all field players).  

    More details coming soon.

  • Recreation Soccer Camps

    Players will learn the core technical components of the game such as dribbling, passing, receiving and ball striking.  The primary focus of the camps is to improve each player's confidence on the ball while following our main principle of combining development with enjoyment.

    More details coming soon.

  • Speed and Agility Camp (Horsepower)

    We are excited to once again partner with Horsepower Speed & Performance (or HP for short) with a blend from NRFA to create a Speed & Performance Program relatable to soccer. HP is the only comprehensive, youth sports performance program in the Johnston County area.

    Led by Coach Eric Williams, with over 2 decades of experience, his coaching and mentoring have proven to take the average athlete and make them better. Whether your child needs to be stronger, faster, or more agile, Coach Eric has a proven training model to get them there. Whether your child is 8 or 18 or anywhere in between, we can help them.

    Mobility & Mechanics (optimal movement patterns), Hip & Trunk stability (core), Strength (overall body), Power Development (explosive bursts, jumps). Agility (multi-direction speed), Linear Sprint Mechanics, Overall & Specialized Stamina, Sports Nutrition, Mindset Development

    More details coming soon.

Questions about Clinics + Camps?

Contact our Club Administrator with questions.

“The wonderful thing about soccer is, a football is a perfectly round object, and it doesn’t make mistakes. The player using it makes mistakes. And the more you use it, the less mistakes you make.”

Craig Johnston