Summer Camp: Toronto - Soccerworld Polson Pier: July 16-20
Monday, July 16, 2012 at 9:00 AM - Friday, July 20, 2012 at 4:00 PM (EDT)
Madskills Soccer Camps focus on developing the whole player, their soccer skills, character, and health. We provide the type of environment where all our players are encouraged to develop leadership abilities through a challenging sports development program.
Regardless of the player�s ability we provide a complete, in-depth experience emphasizing �fun and fundamentals� in order to help boys and girls 5-15 reach their full potential. All levels are welcome � whether you are just starting out or aspire to play competitively, you will discover that Madskills Soccer Camp is a great place to improve your skills, develop leadership, stay healthy and injury free on the soccer field, and of course meet lots of new friends!
When & Where
Madskills was born from Willy Giummarra's love of playing soccer and his understanding of the transformative influence of the game. Will learned early that soccer is a metaphor. It's the game of life and you can develop skill and character on the pitch and in life at the same time.
He set up Madskills to help people develop the skills to play the beautiful game and to achieve all their goals in life. Madskills operates on these principles:
- Achieve health and fitness
- Improve skills
- Learn to work as a team
- Develop a strong work ethic
- Develop a positive attitude
- Exercise creativity and imagination
- Build self-confidence
- Have fun!
What's unique about Madskills is that we work with all players of all ages in the area of skills and development towards but we have no teams! This means we are not looking for players to join a team, we are only focussed on developing the player's individual skill for the team that they are already on. Madskills clinics, camps, and training sessions help the players, the soccer clubs, and even the academies with their player's individual development. Our goal is to develop in each player the skills, love, and passion for the beautiful game