Soccer Camp – June 2024


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Have fun and improve your skills at Saint Stanislaus soccer camp!

How we can help

Learn technical and tactical skills

An instructional half-day focuses on technical and tactical skills. In addition to teaching individual skills, we also teach position-specific skills and provide tips on match strategy.

Here are the details

Camp Information

Wed, June 27 to Fri, June 29, 2024
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Boys & Girls | Ages 6 to 13
$149.00 Tuition | Sibling Discounts

Sun Herald Coach of the Year for All-South Mississippi Soccer for 2021-22.

The soccer camp is led by Zach Villarrubia, the head coach of the varsity soccer team.

In 2024, the Rock-A-Chaws won the Class I South State Championship by defeating the Sacred Heart Crusaders 2-1.

In the state championship game against St. Andrews, the Rocks lost 2-0. The Rocks finished the season with an impressive record of 16-4-2.

Meet our amazing team.

To provide the best professional training sessions for our young soccer players, we gathered a talented group of soccer coaches.

Joe Guinchard

Coach

Joe is from London, England. He grew up playing in the Reading Academy and Millwall Youth Team. He came to the US to play at William Carey University. Joe had a very successful playing career at William Carey. After graduating he went on to play professionally for FC Sydvest in the Danish 2nd Division. He is currently an assistant coach for the University of Rio Grande. 

Jordan Hall

Coach

Jordan is from Royton, England. Jordan grew up playing in the Manchester City and Blackburn academy systems. Jordan came to the states and started his playing career at MGCCC where he was a 2x All-American, tallying 57 goals in 35 games. He went on to play at Division 1 Rutgers where he scored 14 goals and was All-Big 10 conference first team. He finished off his playing career at UCONN where he scored 9 goals in 9 games until he suffered a season ending injury. 

Kieran Robbins

Coach

Kieran is from Norwich, England. Kieran spent his college career playing at William Carey and Deta State. Keiran also spent time playing in the Nation Premier Soccer League with the Erie Commodores in Pennsylvania and with Port City on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. 

Soccer Camp

Here are the answers to some of the most common questions regarding soccer camp.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Coach Villarrubia.

Check-In

Check-in for the soccer camp will be Wednesday (6/28) from 8:30 – 9:00 am at the Saint Stanislaus Football Field (corner of Bookter St and S Necaise Ave).

Athlete Attire

Our young athletes are asked to wear soccer gear – t-shirt, soccer shorts, shin guards, and preferably soccer cleats.

Age Requirements

In order to be eligible for this camp, all athletes must be 6 years old by the first day of camp. Any athlete turning 14 or older on or before the first day of camp may not participate in this camp.

Registration & Refund Policies

Payment in full must be received prior to the opening of camp. The tuition is non-refundable. Athletes may receive a 50% refund of the camp tuition if written notice is received at least two weeks prior to the opening of camp (no later than Wednesday, June 12)

Questions

Coach Villarrubia is available to answer any questions regarding our soccer camp. Email Coach Villarrubia.

I’ll quote my son… “This was the best 3 days of my life!”

Parent from June 2022 soccer camp

Parent from June 2022 soccer camp

Play Soccer

The magic of soccer for young athletes

Girls and boys all over the world participate in the world’s most popular sport, which we in the U.S. call soccer, and the rest of the world calls football, the beautiful game. Soccer is a sport for everyone; all you need is a ball and a field. Soccer is a sport that speaks to everyone.

Kids who play soccer develop important life skills including teamwork, decision-making, problem-solving, and communication. Soccer is a fun, active sport that teaches kids the importance of teamwork and cooperation, balanced by good sportsmanship.

The health benefits of physical activity include muscular development, but it’s also important for kids to develop motor skills like coordination and balance. Come join us this summer for soccer camp. See you on the soccer field.