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Summer Camps 2024

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Wolfeboro New Hampshire – The perfect location for a soccer camp this summer…

 

Yes, it’s that time of year again in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire

Join us this summer in the picturesque town of Wolfeboro NH as Northern New Hampshire Soccer Camps proudly presents an exclusive soccer experience for players of all ages and abilities. 

Our unique offering of diverse programming promising unforgettable memories on the field, leading to lifelong friendships off it.


Community Camps and more…

Hosted by local club Wolfe City, alongside their trusted affiliates at Northern NH Soccer Club, we extend a warm invitation to summer visitors, local enthusiasts and regional standouts alike. 

Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Lake Winnipesaukee, our 2024 Summer Soccer Camp Series ‘kicks-off’ in early July, spanning four jam-packed weeks of exciting community camps, dynamic ‘skills & drills’ clinics, and specialized trainings.

Experience the ultimate summer curriculum at NNHSC, offering unparalleled opportunities for players of every age and skill level. From our dynamic Kindergarten Kickers program for ages 5 and up to advanced High School Trainings, we cater to all.

You can even ‘dive into’ intense college-level sessions guided by our returning NCAA Athletes and Coaches.

 

NCAA BootCamp…

 

Join us for a unique chance to immerse yourself in the world of college athletics alongside accomplished regional players, paving the way for excellence.

As frontrunners in Northern NH’s vibrant youth soccer scene, NNHSC is dedicated to a robust schedule of weekly camps and engaging activities, complemented by high-intensity training sessions designed by professional college coaches and renowned soccer educators.

Are you an elite athlete requiring specialty advanced trainings sessions this summer?

Then maybe you should join us for at a ‘training camp’ of soccer excellence and camaraderie like no other…

 

The kick-off awaits!!

 

***Please click the links below to find out details of each camp we offer. Coaches and training players are also listed below…

Yes, it’s that time of year again in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire

Join the excitement of soccer this summer in the picturesque town of Wolfeboro NH as Northern New Hampshire Soccer Camps proudly presents an exclusive soccer experience that promises unforgettable memories on the field, leading to lifelong friendships off it.

Hosted by local club Wolfe City, alongside trusted affiliates Northern NH Soccer Club, we extend a warm invitation to summer visitors, local enthusiasts and regional standouts alike. 

Set against the breathtaking backdrop of Lake Winnipesaukee, our 2024 Summer Soccer Camp Series ‘kicks-off’ in early July, spanning four jam-packed weeks of exciting community camps, dynamic ‘skills & drills’ clinics, and specialized trainings.

 

TYPES OF CAMPS AVAILABLE

This summer, Northern New Hampshire Soccer Camps present the most exclusive soccer experience in the state of New Hampshire.

NCAA Bootcamp is a premier soccer program designed to provide valuable tools and resources to players and families wanting to turn ceilings into floors, and push their academic and athletic careers to the collegiate level.

NCAA BootCamp is designed to serve as an educational forum to help local and regional players learn more about soccer opportunities available to them beyond our state borders.

This is the premium event of our season, and takes place at Brewster Academy in the beautiful town of Wolfeboro New Hampshire

Our four day gathering will contain a soccer-centric schedule, including six advanced field session, three informational forums, as well as nightly entertainment. ‘Casual’ daily forums will provide an open environment to ask questions, hear from experienced athletes and coaches, and gain valuable insight from these accomplished individuals.

Each day will be an authentic exposure to 
the many ‘far reaching’ opportunities within the world of soccer, especially for highly motivated players craving the intense training sessions needed to prepare for competition at the very highest level.

  • July 5th-July 8th 2024…
  • Full Room and board…
  • Daily trainings…
  • Daily Forums…
  • Daily entertainment…
  • Beach Day…
  • Limited beds available…
  • Daily Commuters welcome…

     

Reserve your spot today!

Summer Residential  Soccer Camp in New Hampshire

Our yearly Residential Soccer Camp is held on the beautiful campus of Brewster Academy on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee in the picturesque town of Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (see campus view to the right).

Over the years, we have found that attending our Residential Soccer Camps not only develops a player’s soccer ability, but also helps to exercise their independence, social skills, and leadership characteristics. 

Each afternoon, campers will have a chance to relax and utilize Brewster Academy’s state of the art amenities including access to a private beach, or maybe enjoy chaperoned visits to the downtown area of Wolfeboro for ice cream and other summer treats! 

  • July 5th-July 8th 2024…
  • Full Room and board…
  • Daily trainings…
  • Soccer centric schedule…
  • Nightly entertainment…
  • Beach Day…
  • Limited beds available…
  • Day campers (commuters) welcome…

Wolfeboro, NH: The Perfect Spot for a Community Soccer Camp This Summer

Players of all ages and skill levels are invited to join us at one of our daily sessions this summer.

Connect with local club players, returning college athletes, and guest coaches as we share our passion for soccer with visitors from across the United States.

Our daily schedule includes ‘skills & drills’ for players aged 5-15, focusing on the essential fundamentals needed to master the game of soccer.

Each day concludes with a ‘friendly’ scrimmage, where campers are encouraged to showcase their newly acquired skills.

Our newest location. Details coming soon…

Coming Soon!

NCAA Coaches & training partners

Coach Sarah Dacey is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and current women’s head coach at Bentley University 

Dacey played for the legendary Anson Dorrance, the winningest coach in NCAA women’s soccer history. As a four-year starter and a key member of the Tar Heels’ National Championship-winning teams in 1993, 1994, and 1996, Dacey had the distinct honor of sharing the field with US Soccer icon Mia Hamm.

During her AMAZING career UNC’s record was an astounding 98-3-1.
 

Coach Dacey was also a two-time IWLCA All-American in women’s lacrosse for UNC, captaining the team to the NCAA Final Four in both 1997 and 1998!!!

Please give Sarah a big warm NH welcome as we continue to raise the bar here in the region…
 
*To learn more about Sarah's impressive resume continue reading here...

Mike Skelton joined the Vermont Catamounts women’s soccer program in 2021 and will be entering his fourth season in Fall 2024. Promoted to associate head coach in April 2023, he helped lead the team to the America East Semifinals in 2023, with several players earning All-Conference honors.

In his first year, Skelton was part of the America East Coaching Staff of the Year, leading the Catamounts to a 12-6-1 record and an NCAA tournament appearance after winning the America East Championship.

Previously, Skelton coached at Niagara University, leading the team to the MAAC Semifinals in 2019. He also coached youth teams for the WNY Flash and worked as an assistant at Colby College and UNC Asheville.

A native of Conway, N.H., Skelton was an All-American player at Lasell College, setting records for goals and points. He also played semi-professional soccer in England. 

Robert “Robbie” DoCarmo, a native of Wolfeboro, has cemented himself as a pivotal figure in the soccer community through his passion, dedication, and leadership. As a 2023 graduate of the University of New Hampshire (UNH), Robbie served as the team manager for the UNH Men’s Soccer program for two years, leaving an indelible mark on the team with his commitment to excellence and teamwork.

In parallel to his role at UNH, Robbie assumed the position of head coach for the Northern New Hampshire Soccer Club (NNHSC), where he has been instrumental in shaping the next generation of soccer talent. Over the past two years, he has not only coached the NNHSC teams but also played a crucial role in program development, guiding coaching staff, and nurturing players’ growth both on and off the field. His dedication to the club and his players extends beyond the sidelines, as he continues to serve as a coach and mentor to this day, fostering a culture of excellence and sportsmanship.

Robbie’s journey in soccer began during his formative years at Brewster Academy, where he was a key member of the men’s soccer team for four years. His talent and determination caught the attention of Seacoast United, leading him to represent the club both at their Epping facility in 2013-2014 and with the Seacoast United Mountaineers in preceding years. However, his roots in the sport trace back to his youth, where he first showcased his skills playing for Wolfeboro town & rec soccer, laying the foundation for his illustrious career.

Beyond his achievements on the field, Robbie embodies the values of sportsmanship, leadership, and community engagement. His unwavering commitment to soccer and its positive impact on individuals and communities alike serves as an inspiration to those around him.

As Robbie continues to leave his mark on the soccer world, his legacy as a coach, mentor, and advocate for the sport is destined to endure, shaping the future of soccer in New Hampshire and beyond.

Mary-Frances Monroe became the Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Wheaton in December 2023, the 12th in the program’s history. Before this, Monroe had a diverse career in coaching and professional playing.

She began her coaching career with a 12-season stint in college soccer after playing for the United States National Team. At the University at Albany, she revitalized the soccer program, leading them to their first America East Conference Tournament appearance in 2008 and earning Coach of the Year in 2009. Monroe then moved to the University of Miami, guiding the team to its first ACC Tournament appearance in years and mentoring future professional players.

At Florida Atlantic University, she contributed to a Conference USA regular-season crown. Monroe also served as Head Coach for Pinecrest Premier and worked with the US Youth Girls National Team.

As a player, Monroe was a standout midfielder with multiple All-America selections and was a three-time finalist for the MAC Hermann Award. Her record-setting freshman season at the University of Connecticut highlighted her collegiate career. Professionally, she played for the Philadelphia Charge and Boston Breakers, winning a league title, and also earned caps with the US National Team, competing in leagues worldwide, including Sweden.

Hello! My name is Allie Kenyon. I am from Gilford, NH.

I played varsity soccer at Gilford High school for 4 years and earned All-State First team, Second team, and Honorable mention. My team won the State Championship my senior year.

I’ve played club soccer since I was 12, playing for NNHSC, LRU, Revolution United, and Seacoast United (DPL).

In high school I was a DPL Ambassador and an NHIAA Scholar Athlete. I am now a rising sophomore at Keene State college, playing both soccer and competing in track.

I look forward to working with you this summer!

Caleb Russo, a Wolfeboro resident, began his soccer journey with Seacoast United North as a teenager, and played as the Varsity Goalkeeper for Kingswood Regional High School, leading his team to the state championship game in his senior year.

Currently playing for Regis College, Caleb returns to us this summer to share his expertise with young, aspiring goalkeepers from the region.

Player Biography: Kiara Eveleth

Kiara began her soccer journey playing for Seacoast United based in Epping and Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

During this time she attended Moultonborough Academy where she led her varsity team as Captain, while being named First-Team Allstate, Top Goal Scorer, and Best Defensive Player.

During Kiara’s time playing for Seacoast United she was also selected for the NH ODP State Team and the East ODP Regional Team.

After her high school and club career, Kiara made the move across the pond to Newcastle, United Kingdom to further her studies in Sports & Exercise Science at Northumbria University.

Additionally, she serves as a versatile player for i2i International Soccer Academy.

During this past season Kiara scored 15 goals to help her team win 3 leagues, NFYL, BUCS, and the Northumberland Premiership.

The i2i international women’s team was also crowned cup champions in 3 separate competitions.

Following another successful season in England, Kiara returns home to NNHSC to give back to the community where it all started.

For more information about the i2i Soccer Academy’s female program in Newcastle, England, please visit their official website here...

Andy DoCarmo started his club soccer career with Seacoast United Mountaineers before heading down to the club’s main location in Epping New Hampshire. He then played for Seacoast United as well as NNHSC and played soccer for four years at Brewser Academy. As a Brewster alumnus, Andy has committed academically to Bentley University in Waltham Massachusetts. This fall he will be playing soccer for ETURE Soccer Academy in Spain before attending Bentley.