Soccer Camps 2018-03-05T12:27:55+00:00
Sheffield Wednesday Soccer Camps

Soccer Camps

The Sheffield Wednesday Community Foundation’s FA qualified coaches provide a rewarding educational and fun football coaching experience regardless of age, background or skill level.

We welcome players of all abilities; encouraging beginners as well as nurturing our future football stars! Camps are also a cost effective way of ensuring children spend their holidays at the Hillsborough College (Livesey Street S6 2ET), Elizabethan High School (Retford DN22 7PY) and Thorncliffe Centre (Pack Horse Lane S35 3HY), keeping fit and healthy from 9am to 4pm – and never bored.

Easter Soccer Camp Dates:- Tuesday 3rd April to Friday 13th April 2018

1 day £15
2 days £30
3 days £45
4 days £50
5 days £60
Both full weeks £100

For more information please contact the Participation team on or complete our booking form below and make your payment via PayPal.

Soccer Camps (April 2018)
We're sorry, but you can only book a place at our Soccer Camps if your child is between Reception and Year 9 (5-13 years of age).

Booking Details for Hillsborough College


Booking Details for Elizabethan High School


Booking Details for Thorncliffe Centre

I give permission for my child to attend activities operated by SWFC Community Programme. I consent, if an emergency should occur at a time when my consent cannot otherwise reasonably be obtained to the above child receiving any medical or surgical treatment deemed necessary by a qualified practitioner for the first aid being administered.
What is the age range? 2018-01-26T12:00:29+00:00

All attendees must be between 5 and 14 years of age.

What times to the sessions start & finish? 2018-01-26T12:00:29+00:00

All Soccer Camps start at 9:00am so please ensure you arrive in plenty of time. The days end is 4:00pm so again, if you or you child are being collected please make sure your arrival is prompt.

Do I need to provide a packed lunch? 2018-01-26T12:00:29+00:00

Yes, please provide your child with a packed lunch, drinks (or a refillable bottle) and snacks. We have regular breaks throughout the day and of course water is available throughout.

What happens in bad weather? 2018-01-26T12:00:29+00:00

When the weather conditions are awful we can move the sessions inside the indoor training area. However, please ensure your child has suitable clothing for the weather forecast including a waterproof.

Can parents stay and watch or do they have to drop kids off and collect later? 2018-01-26T12:00:30+00:00

Its perfectly acceptable for parents to watch however, we advise against it. They are full day sessions and its useful for a child to full focus on what he/she is doing.

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