What equipment do I need to bring to the 1 Day Prospect ID Clinic?

Please dress appropriate for the weather. No tank tops please.
soccer ball
shin guards
a snack
water / gatorade
all necessary documents for registration

What documents do I need to bring to the 1 Day Prospect ID Clinic?

*JC Soccer Clinic Waiver & Release Form
*Media Release Form
*Authorization to Administer Medication (only if needed)

These documents are provided in your confirmation email once the participant is fully registered.

What time is check in / check out for the Youth Girl's Camp?

Monday - Thursday, our youth girls camp will begin at 9 am and camp dismissal will be at 2:30 pm each day.

What will I need to pack my soccer player for the Youth Girls Camp?

Ball (appropriate to age)
Proper Soccer Training Clothing for Camp (no tank tops or ripped tee shirts please
Molded cleats
flat indoor shoes
running shoes
flip flops
Shin Pads
Warm-ups / Sweats
Towel(s) for Yoga / Stretching Session
Water Bottles / Cooler (for day camp)
Notebook and Pen
Rain gear
Snacks and Lunch (for Day Campers)
Gatorade / Water (we will have water on field)

For Goalkeepers:
Goalkeeper Jersey / Long Sleeve Training Shirt
Goalkeeper Pants / Long Pants (for breakaway sessions)
Goalkeeper Gloves

What about lunch for the Day Camp?

Please be sure to pack snacks and lunch for your camper.
It will be best to send your camper with a cooler as snack time is approximately 10:30 am each day (outdoor and under the tent) while lunch is approximately 12:15 pm each day (indoors in an air conditioned room).

You should also pack a refillable water bottle and an electrolyte type of drink(Gatorade / Powerade). We will have plenty of water on the field but will not supply gatorade or Powerade.

What does the Youth Girl's Camp schedule look like?

Day 1:
8:30 am - 1st day registration / check in.
9:00 am - Camp Welcome & Staff Introduction
9:15 am - Camp "get - to - know - you's"
9:45 am - Session 1
10:15 am - Snack
10:45 am - Session 2
12:15 pm - Lunch (indoors / air conditioned)
12:45 pm - Chalk Talk classroom session
1:30 pm - Session 3
2:30 pm - Camp Dismissal

Day 2/3/4:
9:00 am - Camp Fun
9:15 am - All Camp warm up
9:45 am - Session 1
10:15 am - Snack
10:45 am - Session 2
12:15 pm - Lunch (indoors / air conditioned)
12:45 pm - Chalk Talk classroom session
1:30 pm - Session 3
2:30 pm - Camp Dismissal

What does residential mean?

A residential camp means that you will reside in Fordham University's Rose Hill Campus throughout the 2 night / 3 day camp. Our dorm hall for 2019 is yet to be determined.

Can I register my club or high school team for the residential camp and receive a team discount?

Yes, group discounts are available for 6+ players. Please contact jessclintonsoccer@gmail.com to receive a personalized discount code for your group / team.

Is transportation provided?

No, however, the closest airports are JFK, LaGuardia or White Plains. An uber or car service is the easiest way to and from the airport. If players are flying home by themselves, we ask that they let us know so that we can get them into a cab / uber safely and sometimes we are able to pair up campers so they have a friend to travel with!

Are meals included in the residential camp?

Yes, all meals are included in camp.
July 19th - Dinner
July 20th - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
July 21st - Breakfast

What do I bring to camp?

Fordham offers bed linens (twin bed) and towels for all campers. It is up to you if you would like to bring your own linens. Please bring all necessary toiletry items; such as shampoo / soap / toothbrush / toothpaste . PLEASE NOTE: we do not let the campers off campus to go get something if they forget. Usually our dorms are air conditioned and sometimes can get chilly - be sure you bring a blanket.

Other gear: cleats, sneakers, indoors (incase of increment weather), soccer ball, sandals, rain gear, adequate clothing for 2.5 days of training / games, shinguards, a water bottle, gatorade / powerade and sunscreen. We provide water at the training field and there is also a water fountain available in the dorm.

Do I need to bring money to camp?

Only if you would like to go to the bookstore to purchase Fordham gear.
Bookstore Hours:
Friday 9:30 am - 4 pm
Saturday 10 am - 3 pm
Sunday Closed

What is the cancellation / refund policies? What if a camper is injured before the camp starts?

There is a $250 non-refundable fee for residential camps.

If a camper is injured before the camps, the non refundable fee still applies, however if you are able to obtain a Dr.'s note with explanation of injury and note stating that the player cannot participate prior to the first date of camp, we will refund in full of your payment, minus $75 for administration fee.