Registration now Open
Summer Academy | Summer Day Camp
the GOALKEEPER ACADEMY
Session 1: July 9-11
Session 2: July 16-18
Who: Boys & Girls ages 10-20
The Goalkeeper Academy runs during the Summer Academy. FSU Assistant Coach Mike Bristol's experience in developing 7 U.S. Youth National Team Goalkeeper's is shared with the Goalkeeping Academy. An emphasis is placed on creating a challenging and complete training environment. The Academy is designed to equip goalkeepers with the technique and tactics necessary for the position and to provide opportunities to apply the skills in a game situations.
Coach Bristol uses a three-step process with goalkeepers: learning proper technique in a controlled environment (morning sessions), introducing tactical decision making principles in small groups (afternoon session), and playing in full-field matches (evening sessions).
It is our goal the every player leave the camp with a feeling of accomplishment, a better understanding of the game and an intensified passion for soccer.
No Housing will be provided on campus.
This camp runs simultaneously with the Summer Academy. When you register, you will register it will bring you to the Summer Academy registration where you will select playing position as "Goalkeeper".
Check-in will be at 3pm
This is a commuter camp.You will be required to secure your own lodging and transportation.
Camps are open to any/all entrants only limited by age/gender/number as listed in camp description.
Camp Refund Policy: Refund requests must be submitted via email 2 weeks prior to the start of the camp for a refund minus the processing fee. No refunds will be given within two weeks of camp.
Florida State head coach Mark Krikorian took over the Seminole women’s soccer program in 2005 and has proven to the nation that FSU soccer will be a national title contender on an annual basis.
Through 16 seasons in Tallahassee, Krikorian has led FSU to a pair of NCAA National Championships in 2014 and 2018, nine College Cup appearances, four appearances in the national title game (2007, 2013, 2014 and 2018), four ACC regular-season titles (2009, 2012, 2014, and 2020) and seven league championships (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, and 2020).