Camp Questions

Advanced Sessions (Ages 14-18: Entering 9th grade and older)

The Advanced Sessions will help you attain your potential. You will learn the fundamental techniques at a quicker pace, thus allowing more time for advanced skills like those necessary at the high school, collegiate and professional levels. If you are a high school goalkeeper and are serious about goalkeeping, the Advanced Sessions is the camp for you!

Youth Sessions (Ages 10-13: Entering 8th grade and younger)

Our Youth Sessions are designed for the youth keeper…these keepers will be instructed by our top-flight staff and will intermingle with the advanced keepers at various times during the week.

Holiday Inn
1001 Amber Ave
Stevens Point, WI 54482 (get directions)

Sunday, July 21, 2024, between 2:00 and 5:00 pm

  • Goalkeeper gloves
  • Outdoor soccer shoes
  • Soccer boots
  • Running shoes/indoor flat soccer shoes (in case of bad weather)
  • Shin guards
  • Skids or compression shorts
  • Soccer shirts, shorts, training pants, short-sleeve training tees, long-sleeve training, socks, and any other training gear you prefer to train in
  • Bag for gear
  • Soccer ball — We encourage you to leave the ball at Camp Shutout at the end of the week for our annual soccer ball donation.
  • Any wraps, braces or tape you may need. Trainers will have a limited supply.
  • Casual clothes to wear around the hotel
  • Toiletries (standard hotel toiletries will be provided)
  • Spending money (cash) for misc items such as massages, t-shirts, gloves, etc.
  • Snack food, if desired, for in the room.
  • Electric fan (optional)
  • Pen

Yes, all meals are included and will be provided at the Holiday Inn and the PCYS Complex. We have also lined up some sponsored meals from Qdoba and Polita's Pizza. Keepers can also pack their own snacks to have during the week.

Youth Sessions - Friday, July 26th at 11:00 am

Advanced Sessions - Friday, July 26th at 7:00-8:00 pm 

Hotel Questions

The Holiday Inn provides all linens, blankets, pillows, and complimentary toiletries. Rooms are also equipped with a microwave and mini fridge.

When you register for camp, you are given the opportunity to request up to three other goalkeepers you'd like to room with. Though requests are not guaranteed, we do our best to try and accommodate as many requests as possible.

The standard room arrangement during camp is as follows: Rooms have two queen-size beds and four goalkeepers are assigned per room. Goalkeepers will sleep two to a bed unless you have purchased an 'Individual Bed Upgrade'. This upgrade ensures the keeper will not share a bed with another keeper.

Although we highly recommend that each keeper spend the entire week with us as there is plenty to learn on and off the field, a few local keepers will be commuting. It is imperative that staff is aware when you will be departing and returning for each session.

We ask that parents do not book rooms at the hotel so we can provide as many rooms to the goalkeepers as needed for our ever-growing camp.

Miscellaneous Questions

Please fill out the form on our travel arrangements page. By supplying us with your travel details, we can work on arranging rides to and from the airport. We will do our best to accommodate as many keepers as possible.

There will be no driving by keepers during the Camp Shutout week. Car keys will be held by the Camp Shutout staff.

Credit cards will be charged on May 31, 2024 for every account that has an outstanding balance. You can review your balance in your Camp Shutout Webconnex account.

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