The Grande Soccer Experience
Grande Sports Academy residential Boy’s and Girl’s soccer camps offer an unforgettable opportunity for young soccer players to not only improve their skills on the field but also learn about the importance of teamwork, sportsmanship and commitment. Players also have the opportunity to be coached by some of the most renowned coaching staff in the nation, as well as meet a number of young players from all over the world who share the same enthusiasm for the beautiful game of soccer and build life-long friendships.
Grande Sports Academy is located on the campus of the new $20 million Grande Sports World complex in Casa Grande, Arizona, just 45 minutes from Phoenix International Airport. It was awarded the Best Training Facility award by US Soccer in 2013, 2014, and 2015, which is why Grande Sports World serves as the preferred training destination for the top youth, professional and national teams from around the globe.
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Grande Sports Academy soccer camps offer a wonderful opportunity for young aspiring soccer players to immerse themselves in top quality training at one of the premier training facilities in the country. Our coaches are committed and dedicated to youth development, as we are the 2012-13 US Soccer Development Academy U-15/16 National Champions and the 2013-14 USSDA U-15/16 and 2014-15 USSDA U-17/18 National Championship finalists. Grande Sports Academy campers will immensely benefit from their vast experience along with their devotion to improving the campers’ skills.
Our soccer camps provide a competitive playing and learning environment in which the players receive instructions and directions that address all four dimensions of the game:
Technical: Training sessions provide professional training that incorporates the technical side of the game (passing, receiving, dribbling, crossing, finishing, 1v1 defending, etc.) into the sessions while avoiding repetitive & monotonous activities.
Tactical: Training sessions are structured so that the player is put in game-like situations and must answer the questions which are produced from the exercises. With guidance from the coaches, we look to increase the player’s soccer IQ, subsequently raising their ability to “read the game.”
Physical: Three-a-day sessions are organized to ensure that the player’s aerobic base is increased while simultaneously safeguarding against overexertion.
Psychological: The residential aspect of soccer camp emulates the full-time academy setup and encourages the player to become more independent, disciplined and mature while doing so in a safe and structured environment.
Camp pricing includes all meals, accommodations, training, t-shirt, service fee and sales tax.
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2016 Soccer Camp Dates
|One Week Program||Two Week Program||Three Week Program|
|May 29 – June 4||June 12 – June 25||July 3 – July 22|
|June 5 – June 11||June 26 – July 9|
|June 12 – June 18||July 10 – July 22||Six Week Program|
|June 19 – June 25||June 12 – July 22|
|June 26 – July 2||Four Week Program|
|July 3 – July 9||May 29 – June 25||Eight Week Program|
|July 10 – July 16||June 26 – July 22||May 29 – July 22|
|July 17 – July 22|
|Goalkeeper & Striker Program||Winter Program|
|June 17 – June 19||December 19 – December 23|
|July 15 – July 17|
|December 21 – December 23|
|One Week Program
|Two Week Program
|Three Week Program
|Four Week Program
|Six Week Program
|Eight Week Program
|Goalkeeper & Striker Program
Grande Sports Academy camps offer a wonderful opportunity to learn from one of the most successful women coaches in the United States. It’s a chance for a young aspiring soccer player to take the next step towards becoming the best player they can be as they immerse themselves in top quality training at an one the premier training facilities in the country. Grande Sports Academy training facility has been awarded the Best Training Facility by U.S. Soccer for three consecutive years (2013, 2014, 2015). GSA camp offers a competitive playing and learning environment to address both the technical and the tactical sides of the game. The main goal is to increase players’ soccer IQ through solving various tactical situations and fun games that fine tune specific techniques.
Coach Michael Dickey held the distinction of serving as the Head Coach for U.S. U-14 Girls National Team for 5 years, Head Coach for the U.S. U-15 Girls National Team for 2 years and the Head Coach of the U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team. He won a silver medal in the 2008 U-17 World Cup in New Zealand as an assistant coach. There are currently over 80 players actively playing in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) that he has coached or that attended his camp during his career. Coach Dickey currently serves as the Technical Director/Head Coach of the Kentucky Fire Juniors Youth Soccer Club. The Kentucky Fire Juniors (KFJ) are an affiliate member of Major League Soccer Club, Chicago Fire.
He is a National instructor for the United States Soccer Federation ‘A’, ‘B’ and ‘C’ coaching licenses. In addition, to his duties with KFJ he acts as the Liaison for one of the US Soccer Federation Girls Training Centers in the Midwest and a Senior Staff Coach United States Youth Soccer Region 2 Girls Olympic Development Program.
Prior to working for KFJ, Dickey was a successful Collegiate and Professional Head Coach in the United Soccer League (USL). In addition to his extensive coaching experience, Coach Dickey holds the highest accreditation available in the USA: the USSF ‘A’ license as well as the ‘B’ license from the German Soccer Federation.
Camp Dates: July 10- 13 or July 17-20
Camp Price: $595
* Price includes 3 nights accommodation, 4 nutritious meals a day, GSA Camp training gear, a GSA T-shirt, taxes.
For more information on soccer camps please download our flyer (PDF) and contact:
phone: 877.909.9777 | email: firstname.lastname@example.org