College ID FAQ
The Crimson Soccer School is a prospect clinic for GIRLS ONLY in grades 7-12. The program will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
What should I bring?
All participants should bring the following:
No, however, traditionally a large percentage of our prospect clinics travel from out of town and utilize local hotel options. The Crimson Soccer School is not responsible for player’s travel to and from the clinic.
Is food provided?
In the summer the Crimson Soccer School will provide dinner for the players on day 1 of the program and lunch on day 2. For the winter session, the Crimson Soccer School will provide dinner on day 1. Players are encouraged to bring snacks.
How are the players grouped?
We typically mix up the players during the clinic program. Players may be grouped by graduation year, position for functional training groups or scrambled. Each player will receive a numbered pinnie that they will be expected to wear for the duration of the clinic.
My daughter is entering 7th grade, will it be a good fit for her?
While we accept incoming 7th graders, we strongly recommend that any players at this grade level are playing at a competitive level and are physically able to handle playing against older players. During the majority of the program they will be training with players at a similar grade level, however, as we get into competitive games, teams are sometimes scrambled and they will need to play with and against older players.
Is there a specific goalkeeping program?
Yes, we will have a goalkeeper coach on staff who will work specifically with the keepers during technical sessions. We will integrate the keepers into small sided games and full field games.
How does the registration process work?
Register by clicking on the Programs tab above. Registrations will not be considered complete until payment is received and the waivers are on file.
Do you offer any discounts?
NCAA rules prohibit us from offering discounts. The clinic will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
What is the refund policy?
There are no refunds within 14 days of the program, however, credit will be given for future programs. Refunds will be honored 14 days prior to the program with good reason, however, a non-refundable $50 administrative and registration fee will be charged.
What is the inclement weather policy?
The clinic website will be updated at 6:30am daily, please check if the weather is in doubt. We have access to an indoor facility on campus for shelter if the weather dictates.
What is the clinic schedule?
The schedule and curriculum have been designed to replicate the college environment and maximize opportunities for learning and development. The times of the summer program are as follows: Day 1, 12:30pm – 8:00pm. Day 2, 9:00am – 2:00pm