***Disclosure: I received a free week of Soccer Camp for my daughter thanks to the USFamilyGuide. No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.***
Chloe loved soccer camp again this summer. She enjoyed the program and that it was slightly different but still similar enough that she felt comfortable. It’s awesome to watch all the kids grow and develop through the skill building at Challenger International Soccer Camp. This year instead of competing in the World Cup, the kids competed as premier league teams. My daughter enjoyed this since her dad is a soccer nut (self-proclaimed) – he was sad that she was on Arsenal and not Liverpool though!
It’s amazing to see the changes in Chloe as both a player with her skills but also with her confidence, in general. This year we would arrive at camp – check-in and she would take off without even saying bye! Four years of Challenger soccer camps has really made a huge difference for her.
The only thing that was disappointing this year was the weather on Friday. It poured buckets – I had planned to go to watch the final game and the awards but we got a call saying camp was cancelled and to come pick up our kiddos. They didn’t get to play the final game and they did the awards crammed into a baseball dugout. Then we headed home for the day.
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