Grove Kids Soccer Camp 2020
It’ s summertime! And it’ s soccer time! With the seventh annual Grove Kids Soccer Camp! Each night will include instruction from a team of experienced coaches who will challenge and encourage each kid in their soccer (and life!) fundamentals! Snacks to refuel and recharge also provided!
AGES 4 Years – 6th Grade
JULY 12th – JULY 16th
Registration – 5:45 PM
Event Start – 6:00 PM
Pick Up – 8:00 PM
MEET OUR COACHES
Ryan has been playing soccer since age six and continues to play today! He has a passion for teaching the sport to the next generation. If he’s not cheering on the USA National Team, he’s pulling for his second favorite team, Germany!
In addition to coaching numerous youth teams, Abe was a 4-year starter and captain during his high school and college careers at both Mounds View High School and Bethel! He received All State Honorable Mention and was also a Youth Olympic Development Player.
Starting at age 6, Tori aspired to “Bend it like Beckham” and be like Mia Hamm. After playing for the Minnesota Thunder Academy, she went on to be a 4 year starter and 2 year captain of her high school soccer team. She finished off her “formal” soccer career by winning the MYSA Summer State Tournament with her U19 Team. Now, she cannot wait to be a soccer mom!
Timothy Allen played several years of soccer as a child, as well as through middle and high school. He loves watching MN United, but he prefers to play. While he does not have as many opportunities to play organized soccer as he once did, he is excited to pass on the love of the game to others whenever possible.
Jake has played soccer through high school and into college. He played in the NAIA Division 1 National Tournament and the NCCAA National Finals for his collegiate team. He has coached youth boys and girls teams and has trained high school boys teams for over 8 years. The teams Jake has coached have all reached their respective state tournaments.
King of Grace Church & School
6000 Duluth St, Golden Valley, MN 55422
We will meet at Oak Grove Church in the event of inclement weather.