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Brit-Am Soccer

Brit-Am Soccer

Three one-week sessions 
Options available for preschoolers through rising 8th grade 


June 10-14  
9 a.m.–12 p.m.  
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising 3rd graders 
$245 per session

What to bring: Soccer ball (labeled with name), outdoor soccer cleats or sneakers, shin guards, soccer socks, water bottle, snacks, sunscreen (labeled with name), sneakers for indoor play.

Each day, our youngest players will concentrate on learning the rules of the game and basic techniques. This will be done by the use of small games such as Sharks and Minnows, Stuck in the Mud, Red Light Green Light, Ghost Busters, and Raid the Castle. All these games will help develop motor skills and cognitive abilities. We will also conduct game-like scrimmages, where the players will get to learn the rules of the “REAL GAME,” and compete in team activities. 

Older players will get the opportunity to develop their physical and technical skills under the guidance of professional licensed soccer coaches with a strong playing background. Players will play games that challenge them to perform many of the skills needed to play the game at a competitive level. The players will work on dribbling, turning, controlling the ball, passing and scoring goals. Having the freedom to play and be creative at this age is very important for their development and the Brit-Am coaches have just the right personality to bring these games to life. Scrimmaging is a huge part of learning and campers will get the chance to learn the rules of the game as well as what skills to use at the right time and place on the field. 

For some added fun, we encourage players to participate in Crazy Hat Day, Soccer Jersey Day, and Show & Tell Day! 

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


August 5-9 
9 a.m.– 12 p.m.  
Preschoolers (Age 4) through rising Kindergarteners 
$245 per session

What to bring: Soccer ball (labeled with name), outdoor soccer cleats or sneakers, shin guards, soccer socks, water bottle, snacks, sunscreen (labeled with name), sneakers for indoor play 

Each day, our youngest players will concentrate on learning the rules of the game and basic techniques. This will be done by the use of small games such as Sharks and Minnows, Stuck in the Mud, Red Light Green Light, Ghost Busters, and Raid the Castle. All these games will help develop motor skills and cognitive abilities. We will also conduct game-like scrimmages, where the players will get to learn the rules of the “REAL GAME,” and compete in team activities. For some added fun, we encourage players to participate in Crazy Hat Day, Soccer Jersey Day, and Show & Tell Day.  

*Before camp begins, all campers MUST be fully toilet trained and have graduated from training underwear. Please see Landon Summer’s Toilet-Trained Policy and definition. Landon Summer reserves the right to dismiss campers who demonstrate that they are not toilet-trained to the standards of the policy. 


July 29-August 2, August 5-9 
9 a.m.– 3 p.m.  
Rising 1st through rising 8th graders 
$425 per session

What to bring: Soccer ball (labeled with name), outdoor soccer cleats or sneakers, shin guards, soccer socks, water bottle, snacks, lunch with a drink, sunscreen (labeled with name), and sneakers for indoor play. 

Older players will get the opportunity to develop their physical and technical skills under the guidance of professional licensed soccer coaches with a strong playing background. Players will play games that challenge them to perform many of the skills needed to play the game at a competitive level. The players will work on dribbling, turning, controlling the ball, passing and scoring goals. Having the freedom to play and be creative at this age is very important for their development and the Brit-Am coaches have just the right personality to bring these games to life. Scrimmaging is a huge part of learning and campers will get the chance to learn the rules of the game as well as what skills to use at the right time and place on the field. For some added fun, we encourage players to participate in Crazy Hat Day on Wednesday and Soccer Jersey Day on Thursday!


Rain Day Activities: In the event of severe inclement weather, our campers will be engaged in the following indoor activities: 

  • Soccer game videos 

  • Team building exercises 

  • Relay races 

  • Team competitions 

  • Please bring sneakers in the event campers need to go indoors 

We will follow the weather closely to make sure that campers get back onto the field as soon as the rain stops, and it is safe to play. 

Brit-Am Soccer Academy is the leading provider of Soccer Summer Camps in Montgomery County, MD. Founded 25 years ago in 1999 by former English Professional Player Steve Knapman, Brit-Am Soccer Academy has grown to a coaching staff of more than 40 dedicated and enthusiastic coaches. Our staff of former professional and collegiate soccer players are all fully licensed and are well respected within the soccer community. Brit-Am is committed to creating excellence in the character, education, and physical development of all our young players. The mission of Brit-Am soccer is to continue to build the future of soccer in America by providing boys and girls aged 2–18 years the opportunity to play soccer and receive quality coaching in a safe and fun environment. The club is a family-friendly organization that offers competitive team play as well camps and clinics. Players of all levels are encouraged to play, and the club strives to conduct all business in a professional and fair manner that takes the interest of the players first. 


Coach Tom

Tom is our Summer Camps Director. He played at Hood College and ended his College career with 30 goals and 20 assists in his final season. He is also the current Brit-Am All Stars U7 &U8 Boys Head Coach and Director of the PDL program (Player Development League). Coach Tom has been with Brit-Am Soccer for 7 years.

Coach Kirsten

Kirsten is the Director of Operations at Brit-Am Soccer Academy. She grew up locally and played at St. John’s College High School in Washington, DC where she was a 1st team All Met and WCAC All Conference player. After high school, she played Division I College Soccer at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA and captained the team in her senior season. Following graduation, for a couple of seasons Kirsten acted as an Assistant Coach/Goalkeeper Coach for the Catholic University Women’s Soccer Team. These days she enjoys sharing her love of goalkeeping and soccer with others and is currently coaching in the Tots, PDL, All Stars and Goalkeeper programs.


Coach Sarah

In 2021, Sarah became a member of the Brit-Am team and currently holds the position of Director of Human Resources & Marketing. 

Growing up, Sarah played soccer at the highest levels, and her club team, FC Virginia, was ranked #3 nationally in the ECNL division during their final season. 

Additionally, Sarah contributed to her High School's soccer team’s success in earning 2 State Championship Titles at Woodgrove High School. Following her successful and impactful high school career, Sarah was recruited to play at the NCAA Division 1 level for George Mason University and maintained a starting position for 4 consecutive years, ultimately earning a bachelor's degree in communications with a concentration in interpersonal and organizational communication. 

She then pursued a master's degree from American University and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a M.S. in Human Resources Analytics & Management. 

Sarah currently serves as Head Coach for the U7/U8 All Star Academy Girls Teams and as Assistant Director of the PDL Program (Player Development League) coaching in all areas of Brit-Am, including TOTS, PDL, All Stars Academy, the New Brit-Am Scrimmage Fest, and all Summer Camps.

Sarah has a passion for soccer and loves to work with children of all ages!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Coach Pavel

 

Pavel holds the UEFA A diploma and is the Brit-Am All Stars Head of Coach and Player Development. Coach Pavel played professional soccer in Europe for 10 years and for the Macedonia U21 National team. He was the Director of a professional Youth Academy in his home country of Macedonia. Pavel has been with Brit-Am Soccer for 2 years and has coached youth soccer for over 20 years.


Coach Sebastian

Sebastian is the Brit-Am Director of Tots program (TOTS PROGRAM). Coach Sebastian played 4 years of college soccer at the Division 3 level and has been with Brit-Am Soccer for 2 years. With over 20 years of playing experience at all levels, Sebastian's passion for the sport is evident in his role as a coach. He has 5 years of youth soccer coaching experience, fostering the development of young talents and instilling a love for the game. His commitment to the Tots program reflects his belief in the importance of early engagement and skill development in young athletes. Sebastian is not only dedicated to youth soccer but also actively contributes to the soccer scene across the DMV area. With a significant involvement spanning multiple adult soccer league teams, Coach Sebastian showcases his leadership both on and off the field. His commitment to coaching extends beyond youth development, making a lasting impact on adult players and fostering a strong soccer community in the DMV region. With multiple years of experience in playing, coaching, and running adult soccer teams, Sebastian continues to be a pivotal figure in the vibrant soccer landscape of the DMV area.


Coach Josue

Josue is the Brit-Am All Stars Academy Director. Coach Josue played professional soccer in his home country of Costa Rica, played in college, and also coaches college at Howard University. Josue has been with Brit-Am Soccer for 3 years and has coached youth soccer for over 5 years.

 

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