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Frequently Asked Questions

How will coaches be able to identify me?
Upon arrival, each camper will be given a numbered red and blue pinnie. That number and the camper’s name and contact information are provided to all college coaches in both electronic and print format. Please email coaches regarding your interest in their school prior to camp. They will be able to search your name in the College Coach Book to identify which team and pinnie number you are wearing for the duration of camp. Please note pinnies must be returned at the conclusion of camp.
Where should I stay during Camp?

Philly Boys National Soccer Camp – July 1-2, 2023


Boston National Soccer Camp – July 8-9, 2023



Atlanta National Soccer Camp – July 13-14, 2023



Virginia National Soccer Camp – July 15-16, 2023



Philly Girls National Soccer Camp – July 22-23, 2023



LA Boys National Soccer Camp – July 20-21, 2023



What is the camp schedule?

1-Day Camp Schedule

Each day of camp is approximately approximately 4 hours long, generally (9am-1pm or 1-5pm) including a mix of 11 v 11 games, a Recruiting Education Session for players and Parent Seminar all led by college coaches. Team schedules will be emailed two days before camp begins.

2-Day Camp Schedule

Each day of camp is approximately 10AM-6PM. Each day will include a mix of 11 v 11 games, a live recruiting session with coaches, and breakout sessions with coaches. Team schedules will be emailed two days before camp begins.

Is there a cap on registrations?

Each camp does have a cap for both field players and goalies however the number is variable between camp locations based upon the number of fields being utilized and other considerations related to operations and scheduling.

Are discounts available for attending more than one camp?

Yes, individuals and groups are entitled to additional savings when registering for 2 or more camps. To learn more, contact customerservice@future500idcamp.com 

What if I forgot to order the film package and would like to add it to my registration?

If you registered for camp without the film package and would like to add that to camp registration please contact customerservice@future500idcamp.com

Who can attend?

Future 500 ID Camps are open to boys (grades 9-12) and girls (grades 8-12) who aspire to play at the collegiate level as well as players on the transfer portal. All camps must be available to any and all entrants, and those entrants can only be limited by number, gender, age, and/or grade level.

Who will be coaching us at camp?

Head and Assistant Coaches from all colleges listed (and more) will be in attendance and coaching. The structure of camp provides college coaches with ample opportunities to identify and evaluate players thoroughly. Additional college coaches that are not part of our staff are also invited to attend sessions for recruiting purposes. Player rosters are provided to all college coaches that attend.