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T3Soccer’s Future 500 ID Camp will provide a platform for you to showcase your ability in front of some of the most prestigious colleges in the country. In fact, Future 500 ID camp will have more colleges in attendance than any other ID camp in the United States, with over 50 colleges in attendance!

With Future 500 Id Camp, you can expect from our Staff:


  • exposure to over 50 top colleges in the US, ranging from NCAA DI, DII, and DIII
  • an excellent soccer training environment
  • professionalism
  • an organized camp structure
  • specialized seminars

From the blog

Getting and Staying Organized in College


Syllabi, tests, quizzes, papers, books, presentations — so much to do — so little time. Staying organized will go a long way in ensuring that you overcome the challenges of demanding schedules and excel in the classroom and on the soccer field.

Follow these suggestions to help get ready:

1- Surroundings Matter: Make sure that your surroundings allow you to work effectively. Avoid clutter by being disciplined and putting things where they belong as soon as you are done using them. For example, throw dirty laundry into a basket, put pens in drawers and papers in folders.

Getting and Staying Organized in College

Can A Big Camp Offer The Benefits Of A Small Camp?


 

How can an ID Camp as large as Future 500 offer the benefits of a small camp, while featuring over 50 top Colleges and Universities at one location in one week? How do you know that you will be seen by most if not all of the coaches in attendance?  With great planning and organization, it can be achieved at a very high level.  Here’s how:

Our camp provides an industry low 10 – 1 player to staff ratio.
This ratio allows for a highly individualized approach for player-coach interactions that rivals the smallest of camps. Please

Can A Big Camp Offer The Benefits Of A Small Camp?

Growing As A Player


Becoming a successful collegiate athlete requires a significant commitment over many years. In his excellent book “Outliers“, Malcolm Gladwell estimates that it takes 10,000 hours to master a particular sport at the very highest level.  However, it’s not just the amount of hours put in, but also doing the “right things” if an athlete is to excel.

Below are a few areas we believe are important and often overlooked in player development — and we’ve included resources we think you will find helpful.

1- Nutrition and Hydration: Your body is your most important tool. A balanced, healthy diet routine

Growing As A Player