(Frequently Asked Questions)
1/2 Day Camp Check List
Very Important - If you have signed up for a Clint Greenwood Soccer Academy Event. Please Follow the Guidelines listed below, they are specific in nature, and vital in your child's development and total comprehension.
“Our placement system puts campers into groups with other players of similar ability and experience levels. The placement is designed to give each player their own best chance for success. "In mini camps you will find younger's training with older players. The program is not designed for competition purposes, that's up to your club coach. We just give you the proper tools to be successful using the Greenwood Method in every day Soccer lives. We will try to answer your Frequently Asked Questions, to make it very clear about our positive intentions."
What to bring to camp - Each day bring your Soccer boots, tennis shoes or indoors for soccercise, 1 towel, 3 litres of water, camp training shirt, a soccer ball, sunscreen, and a snack.
Can I request my child be placed in a group with a friend or teammate(s)?
Our placement system groups players with other players of similar ability and experience. Some factors that go into placing your child into a group include: age and previous CGSA Camp/Academy experience. The Clint Greenwood Soccer Academy programs include several activities to help kids get to know one another, and create a welcoming environment for them to build friendships. Because of our desire to advance every player, we cannot move players to different groups unless recommended by their coach.
Where do I find the cancellation/refund policy for the program I'm signed up for?
Programs each note their cancellation/refund policy at the bottom of each of their registration pages.
The program I want to attend is sold out, is there anything I can do to get in it?
If the camp you wish to attend is full, please register for the wait list. If a spot opens up you will be notified.
My player is missing the last day of camp, what should we do?
Testing, certificates, and awards are given out the last day of camp, depending on the size of the camp. If you have a friend participating in the same camp, your friend can let their coach know and pick that up for your child.
What should my player bring to camp each day?
Can my child refill their water at camp?
Yes! Nearly all locations have access to drinking water. We will also have a Gatorade/Water station set up and available at most outdoor camps.
What if my child gets injured at camp?
A copy of the medical information and contact information you provided during registration is kept on location for use in case of injury or emergency. A Camp representative will contact you immediately with the information you provided.
My child has a medical condition and I would like to leave something with the coach. How can I do that?
When you check in on the first day of camp, let the staff member know so proper attention can be given. Please bring your items in a zip-lock bag (or container) with your campers’ name on it.
Is lunch provided during camps?
"Only Residential Camps" (Based on the CGSA Camp Population)
What should I do on the first day of a program?
You will need to check in your child the first day of every program. Look for our CGSA Staff. We encourage participants to arrive early on the first day of any program as there can sometimes be a line to check-in.