LAKE PLACID — Lake Placid Soccer Centre owners/founders Larry McFaddin and Michael McGlynn have decided to move their residential camp business exclusively to Saint Lawrence University this year due to “changes in soccer and the availability of facility dates,” according to a press release.
LPSC will replace the overnight sessions with a soccer day camp session in Lake Placid on the North Elba Show Grounds fields Aug. 8-12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. In the past, the overnight camp took place one week at Saint Lawrence University and another at Northwood School in Lake Placid.
“The changing complexion of soccer, the club structure across the U.S. and Canada and the outstanding facilities at Saint Lawrence University were deciding factors in the decision to consolidate the residential camps and at the same time to continue our 35-year history of excellence in offering one of the world’s best soccer camp experiences in Lake Placid.”
Overnight sessions will take place at Saint Lawrence from July 17 to 23 and July 24 to 30.
Lake Placid Soccer Centre is one of the oldest and most respected soccer camps in the United States and features the world-renowned Coerver coaching teaching methodology.
A new Coerver coaching advanced diploma course for coaches will be launched this year at SLU on July 23 and 24. Attending adult coaches receive thousands of drills and a season-long practice planning system.
For more information about the Lake Placid Soccer Centre’s programs, camps and clinics go to lakeplacidsoccer.com or call 1-800-845-9959.