2015 Dates Available
Wanting to play soccer in college? Looking for that opportunity to be trained and evaluated by college coaches? Think about one of our College ID camps (listed below) this summer. They are staffed by college coaches from every level - NCAA Div. I, Div. II, Div. III, NAIA.
Contact us for list of schools represented at each site.
Dates and Locations
Click Here for a full list of our 2015 camp dates and locations
The Most Advanced, Challenging & Competitive Soccer Training in The Southeast
Our camp is truly one of the most advanced, challenging and competitive environments in the nation. The success of individuals who have attended our camp, of teams that have attended our camp, and of the College of Charleston is proof that our system works. Our camp teams have gone on to win state and regional championships, and many tournaments, and individual players from camp have played on the US National Team at every age group and level.
We welcome all serious players and guarantee improvement. Our camp philosophy is simple. We build a solid technical foundation and then challenge you with advanced tactics. To continue the challenge, we introduce team tactics which will be put to the test during evening matches and during the camp tournament on the final day.
The Elite Training School
Ralph Lundy Soccer Academy continues to provide a new challenge by offering the Elite Training School to ALL players, ages 13-18, looking for advanced tactical training for both field players and goalkeepers, alike. Directing these sessions at selected sites will be Anton Corneal, former player and current Assistant Coach of Trinidad and Tobago National Team. Directing the goalkeeper sessions will be Keith Wiggans, Jack Turbiville, and Phil Thomas.
LOOKING FOR THAT PERFECT GIFT FOR THE SOCCER PLAYER IN YOUR FAMILY?
Give them a week of camp at RLSA. You can purchase a gift certificate for our 2015 camps. For more information, contact Assistant Camp Director, Ralph Polson, for more information!
DAILY CAMP SCHEDULE
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