NCSU Wolfpack Boys' Soccer Camp

400 Morrill Drive

Raleigh, NC

Elite Day Camp - is designed to give advanced skills training to the serious or recreational player that is looking to get some more advanced training. The campers are directed by the NC State Men Coaching Staff and have a more advanced curriculum to give the elite campers the opportunity to develop their abilities throughout the week. The camp still participates in the ladder competitions, skill challenge and the 4v4 tournament. The campers are divided into teams based on their age. Elite day camp is open to any and all participants and is limited only by age, grade, gender or number. Day Camp - is designed for the recreational soccer player whether they are a first year player or a seasoned veteran. The curriculum is based on skill building through fun games with a focus on a positive environment. The Day Camp is directed by the NC State Men’s Coaching Staff and coached by current and past NC State Men’s and Women’s Soccer Players. The Full Day Campers are divided into teams by age and they work in those groups throughout the week. We do group friends together if requested. The Half Day Camp - is designed for the younger soccer player ages 5-7. The campers play fun games with and without a ball to work on their skills as well as their co-ordination. The half day campers are seperated from the older age groups and leave before lunch and do not swim during the week.

  • Price:
    Less than $200 per week, $200 to $400 per week*
  • Scholarships? No
  • Discounts? No
  • Camp Types:
  • Summer Resident Camp
  • Summer Camp Full-Day
  • Summer Camp Half-Day
  • Programming offered for:
  • Male
  • Ages 5 to 14
  • Drop-off & Pick-up
  • 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • Before & After Care? No
  • Transportation Available? No
  • Faith Based? No



1 Reviews

Charles F ·Jan. 1, 2017

My son attended a 1-week day soccer camp and a 1-week sleepover soccer camp in the summer of 2016. He plays on a CASL challenge team so the skills he learned in these camps were great. In terms of coaching this camp is top notch, but the food options need improvement. For the day camp this is not a big issue because the boys eat breakfast before they arrive and they can pack their lunch. For the sleepover camp my son ate very little because the food was not good. We had packed him a few snacks to eat in his dorm room and he basically lived off of that. For the overnight camps be sure to send your kid with some microwaveable meals that he can cook up in the dorm room, which have fridges and microwaves. They have a punchcard system to purchase food (gatorades, icees, pizza) but my son's card got wet and they wouldn't accept it. If you get one of these, give your son a baggie to keep it in so it will stay dry.