With locations on the Cornell University Campus and around Ithaca, our Day Camps are a great way for young players to train, play and have soccer fun in a positive environment.
Each day will focus on a different soccer-theme (dribbling, passing, defending, finishing) and will include fun exercises and games.
Our Day Camps are for boys and girls of all levels and run by a staff with many years of camp experience, motivated by a desire to inspire and develop youth players.
See Below For Upcoming Day Camps!
2023 Elite Soccer Ithaca Day Camps (ideal for local youth players)
Info Coming Soon - Due to recruiting travel and ID Camps we will be unable to host a summer day camp in 2023.
Both Full Day (players bring lunch) and Half Day options are available
Elite Soccer Ithaca Summer Day Camp - FAQ's
ESI Day Camps are for girls and boys in grades 2 thru 8. All Day Camps will be filled on a first come first served basis. All information below is subject to change at any time.
What is the camp schedule? Our Day Camps last for 4 days and run from 9am until 3pm each day. There is a half day option which runs from 9am until 12pm each day.
Is lunch included? No, a packed lunch should be brought with your camper for each day, for all full day campers.
What should I bring? Cleats, turfs, shin guards, water, sunscreen, snacks.
How are players organized? Players will be grouped initially by age. ESI staff may adjust groups based on level of play. The maximum coach to player ratio will be 1:12 at our day camps.
What is the registration process? Players must register by clicking on the register now tab above and selecting the camp they want to attend. Registration is not complete until paid in full and forms/waiver have been completed and submitted.
Refunds? All cancelations must be for good reason to be eligible for the applicable refund. All cancelations more than 14 days before a day camp starts will receive a full refund minus a $50 administration fee. All cancelations 14 days or less before a day camp starts will be eligible for a future credit as long as supporting documentation from a medical professional supports the late withdrawal.