Kids up to 8th grade can develop their soccer skills in Ocean City
The Ocean City Nor'easters are excited to announce the clubs's Spring Outdoor Recreation Soccer Program. The program will begin Saturday, April 27 and run through June 8 and are open to players up to 8th grade.
The Nor'easters outdoor rec program will be hosted at the Richard Grimes Field in Ocean City, N.J. and will provide kids with a fun introduction to the game of soccer.
The camps will take place on Saturdays and will be taught by members of the Ocean City Nor'easters' coaching staff, and assisted by players from the Nor'easters' USL League Two team once they arrive in May.
"We are excited to announce our outdoor rec program for the spring," said Nor'easters general manager Giancarlo Granese Jr. "Our spring outdoor rec program always brings a little twist, as we get to integrate our USL League Two mens players into the coaching once they arrive in May. You can really see the bond between all the kids and players, especially at our home games when they are cheering them on. We look forward to seeing everyone there and continuing to grow the bond between the families of the area and the Nor'easters."
The Nor'easters staff are proud to be working together with the city of Ocean City to provide these programs to the residents of the city, as well as the surrounding areas. Each session will be one hour and will take place once per week with the goal of developing basic soccer skills and technical ability through fun activities, drills, and scrimmages.
Registration is open for the outdoor program at a cost of $60. The camp is open to kids as early as pre-kindergarten, up through 8th grade. All registered players will receive a t-shirt and a complimentary ticket to an upcoming Ocean City Nor'easters USL League Two game. (Check out the schedule here)
To register for the 2019 Ocean City Nor'easters Spring Rec Program, CLICK HERE.
Check out the schedule for the outdoor program below: For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (609) 432-8271.