ATSC residential camps are 5 days 4 nights of high quality training in an elite environment. Held at Cabrini College in PA, our camps provide professional facilities to all of the players and teams that attend. Over the 5 days each camper will experience 3 practices a day with ATSCs highly qualified coaches, learning everything from the technical and tactical side of the game, to eating habits and psychology.

ATSC professional staff are committed to deliver material of a cutting edge curriculum to help develop youth soccer players on camp. All of our professional full time staff have been trained and developed over a number of years and will deliver high quality energetic sessions to all of the players and teams on our residential camps. The schedule and curriculum that will be used has been put together with a lot of thought, tailoring to the modern day game and with our players health in mind.

Individual players attending the ATSC Residential Camp will thrive in a competitive environment whilst making new friends. Enjoy spending time both on and off the field with players who have a similar interest and drive.

Teams attending the ATSC Residential Camp will be able to benefit from the intense environment. Coaches will concentrate on improving players technically as well as a big focus on team tactics, set plays and in game scenarios. 

Players can attend camp on a daily basis and commute home at the end of the day. Players will be included in all the training sessions and other activities which are taking place throughout the day. Breakfast, lunch and dinner included. Commuter Campers can attend camps from 8am-8pm.

  • Cost: $685

  • Commuter Cost: $545

  • Age: U10-U15

  • Discounts:

    • Register before December 31st and save $50! Use code EARLYBIRD

    • Teams of 10 or more players, each players receives $50 off!


Below is a schedule of what a day to day camp will look like:

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ATSC systems combine highly trained coaches delivering a proven curriculum to produce superior growth and development in youth players

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