- August 26-29 -
Boys and Girls Ages 7 - 12
Camp will be split into two groups, born between 2012-2010 and 2009-2007
Daily: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
What ages is this camp for? Are they split?
Yes! Camp will be split into two groups, 2012-2010 and 2009-2007 born boys and girls, to ensure we have groups that will work well together.
Our child does not have any previous experience in the sport of soccer, can they still join?
Of course! We welcome campers of all abilities. We have beginners to campers with years of experience. We try and form the groups at the camp so that they work for everyone involved, based on age and development.
Is this camp co- educational?
Yes, this camp is open to girls and boys ages 7 -12 years old.
COST - Half-Day $160
- Monday to Thursday, 9:30 AM to 12 PM
- Thursday – 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
- Sport Tote Bag
- Snack each day
WHAT TO BRING
- Sun Hat
- Water Bottle
- Soccer cleats
- Shorts and soccer socks
- Shin pads
Our Instructors and organization that runs this camp are a soccer organization called “EPIC Sport”. The head coaches at the camps have their National B Certification and degrees in sport and recreation. There will also be younger assistant coaches involved which are usually grade 11 and grade 12 high-level soccer players. Bio’s on EPIC’s head coaches can be found on the website as well.
Wes Barrett - Head Coach of EPIC Soccer, National B Coach, Degree in Recreation and Health.
Wesley returned to Victoria in March 2016 following a time serving as the Head Coach of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Northern Academy and as Assistant Coach with the UNBC Timberwolves men's and women's programs in the 2015 season. As a founder he remains integral to the coordination and planning of EPIC programming.
Wesley began his coaching career at the very young age of 16. A native of Richmond BC, Wesley began his university playing career at Trinity Western University in 2007 playing on what was then the #1 ranked team in the country. With this playing experience, and two years coaching with TSS Academy, Wes moved to Victoria to further his post secondary education at the University of Victoria. Wesley’s University playing highlight goes back to 2011 when his team won the 2011 CIS National Championship in front of a home crowd. Playing St Marys in the final at Centennial stadium in front of 3000 people amongst was many of his friends and family members who travelled over from Vancouver to watch the tournament.