TEAM RESIDENTIAL ACADEMY
The most unique team camp in the country has a singular focus...the team. What makes the Team Academy unique is the use of the team's coaching staff input along with cutting edge video technology to create a powerful learning environment.
Players will gain a better understanding of the roles and responsibilities within the structure of the team. The use of video analysis of the actual team in action gives exact visual feedback and allows the FSU staff to design training sessions to meet the unique needs of the team.
Other benefits of the Team Academy are: specialized daily Goalkeeper training, MCL/ACL injury prevention, nutrition for the elite athlete, and guidance in the recruiting process.
Coaches are encouraged to accompany their team free of charge. A daily coach's forum takes place to exchange ideas and to provide Q & A with the FSU coaching staff.
It takes a minimum of 14 players and a max of 20 players to register a team. Your registration process can be tailored to your needs and requirements but to secure a spot at the academy it takes an application and deposit.
Additionally, each team must have a designated team chaperone accompany the team for the duration of the academy.
TEAM CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:
- Daily Matches
- Video Team Analysis
- Fresh Foods Dining
- Staying in A/C Dorms
- GK Specific Training
- World Class Facilities
- College Recruiting Process
- Speed, Strength, Nutrition, ACL injury Prevention
- Team Building with Steve Shenbaum (Game-ON / IMG Academies)
- Tailored training sessions to meet teams / coaches needs
- Coaches Symposium daily with the FSU Soccer Staff
- You'll connect with your staff coach before coming to camp to build the plan and share ideas
- Every year in Mark's tenure as head coach we've had someone go from camper to a Seminole Soccer Player. It's great exposure.
- Camp is a great place to learn, grow, have fun and be seen
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 15 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), three ACC regular-season titles (2009, 2012 and 2014) and six league championships (2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018).