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Fair Haven, NJ Evening Camp 2022
Soccer / all levels
Season: Summer 2022
Starts: Jul 11
Ends: Jul 14
Earlybird: Apr 1 to April 15
Regular: April 16 to July 12
Location: Fair Haven Fields - Fair Haven, NJ
Minimum age: 6 years old
Maximum age: 13 years old
Age as of: Aug 1, 2022
Early Bird: $134 + $10 Processing Fee
Regular: $149 + $10 Processing Fee
Includes four days of training field vision, footwork, and skills. All Campers receive a free camp shirt and ball.
Fair Haven Fields
Fair Haven , NJ
Butler Fury Vision Camp
Sharonville, OH 2021
Soccer / all levels
Season: Summer 2021
Starts: June 7, 2021
Ends: June 10, 2021
Time: 6:30-8:30 pm
Early Bird: April 28 to May 2
Regular: May 3 to June 7
Location: Sharonville Gower Park
Minimum age: 8 years old boys/girls
Maximum age: 19 years old boys/girls
Age as of: Aug 1 ’21
Early Bird: $100 if register by May 2 +
$ 7 Processing Fee
Regular: $135 + $7 Processing Fee (after May 2)
Includes four days of training to advance field vision, footwork, and skills.
Sharonville Gower Park
10997 Thornview Drive
Sharonville, OH 45241
Lower Macungie Youth Soccer Association Evening Camp, Alburtis, PA 2022
Soccer / all levels
Season: Summer 2022
Starts: Jul 18 '22
Ends: July 21 '22
April 1 – Apr 15 ’22 early bird
Apr 16 ’22 – Jul 19 ’20 regular
Location: Creamery Park - Alburtis, PA
Minimum age: 6 years old
Maximum age: 14 years old
Age as of: Aug 1 ’22
Early Bird $134.00 + $10.00 Processing Fee
Regular $149.00 + $10.00 Processing Fee
Includes four days of training to advance field vision, footwork, and skills. All Campers receive a free camp shirt and ball.
8070 Spring Creek Rd. Alburtis, PA 18011
Teams with 10 or more players are encouraged to sign up and benefit from our exclusive Vision Training Curriculum. To reinforce and support the development of ALL registered teams, the Head Coach receives a FREE copy of our Vision Training DVD and the Vision Training Coaches Manual. Coaches must email a roster of players attending, including the coach's contact information to Len Bilous (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you have any questions about our team program please email or call TJ at (917) 273-5576. Teams must register before July 1st.
Families registering more than one child will receive a $10.00 discount for each additional child.
Maximum combined discount is $10.00 per camper.
Health & Safety
Vision Training Soccer LLC COVID-19 Safety Plan for Summer 2021
The safety of our players and their families is, and always will be, our main priority. We are therefore
assuming this document as a ruler for rules and guidelines for our Summer Camp. However, we all
understand this situation is very liquid and changes by the minute and day. We recommend everybody
to stay educated on recommendations made by the CDC, New Jersey State and Monmouth County.
Rules and guidelines updated by any of those agencies will overrule our Rules and Guidelines.
Players will NOT be required to wear face masks during physical activity. Players ARE required to have
face masks with them to wear when 6 feet distance can not be maintained.
Safety actions during camp. Before our camp, we will:
• Ensure the same coaches remain with the same group each day.
• Restrict mixing between groups.
• Limit gatherings, events, and extracurricular activities to those that can maintain social
distancing, support proper hand hygiene, and restrict attendance of those from higher
• Restrict nonessential visitors, volunteers, and activities involving other groups at the same time
(parents are not allowed to be on the field)
• Space out seating to six feet apart.
• Stagger arrival and drop-off times or put in place other protocols to limit direct contact with
parents as much as possible.
• Have safe instruction posters displayed.
• This safety plan available at the location.
When players arrive, we will:
• Check temperature of both staff and children daily
• Implement health checks (e.g. temperature checks and symptom screening) screenings safely,
and respectfully, and with measures in place to ensure confidentiality as well as in accordance
with any applicable privacy laws or regulations. Confidentiality should be maintained.
• Require staff to stay home if they are sick and require parents to keep sick children home.
During our camps and clinics, we will:
• Teach and reinforce washing hands and covering coughs and sneezes among children and staff.
• Teach and reinforce use of cloth face coverings among all staff. Face coverings are most essential
at times when social distancing is not possible. Staff will be frequently reminded (and is trained)
not to touch the face covering and to wash their hands frequently. Information will be provided
to all staff on proper use, removal, and washing of cloth face coverings.
• Have adequate supplies to support healthy hygiene behaviors, including soap, hand sanitizer
with at least 60 percent alcohol (for staff and older children who can safely use hand sanitizer),
• Post signs on how to stop the spread of COVID-19, properly wash hands, promote everyday
protective measures, and properly wear a face covering.
• Clean, sanitize, and disinfect frequently touched surfaces (for example: door handles, sink
handles, drinking fountains) multiple times per session and shared objects between use.
• Prohibit use of items (for example, soft or plush toys) that are not easily cleaned, sanitized, or
• Ensure safe and correct application of disinfectants and keep products away from children.
• Keep each child’s belongings separated
• Ensure adequate supplies to minimize sharing of high touch materials to the extent possible
• Prevent risk of transmitting COVID-19 by prohibiting immediate contact (such as shaking or
holding hands and hugging).
Drop Off and Pick Up:
Drop Off: Players and parents are to STAY IN THEIR CAR in the parking lot until called upon by one of our staff.
When prompted, your child can exit the vehicle with their mask on. We will confirm their registration
and do a temperature check. We will take temperature of every player before entering the field. If your
child’s temperature exceeds 100 degree they will not be permitted to attend and will need a doctors
note prior to returning to camp.
When entering the field, campers are to wash their hands with hand sanitizer and clean the ball they are using
with wipes (both sanitizer and wipes provided by Vision Training Soccer). After disinfecting hands and
equipment, they may proceed to the field where they can juggle, kick the ball, dribble or engage in any of
the activities as long as they keep 6 feet distance at all times. When they have assumed 6 foot distance,
they are allowed to take off their facemask (keep it with them to put it on when needed).
Vision Training Soccer Camps LLC requires that all campers must complete the on-line medical health
waiver before the start of the camp. This waiver must be completed prior to the first day of camp. If
anything that has been filled out in this file changes, the parents/caretakers should inform the coaching
staff immediately by emailing us at email@example.com or calling (TJ 917 273-5576 or Len 610 704-
Parents are not allowed to stay on the field to watch. Questions to our coaches can be handled by
phone (TJ 917 273-5576 or Len 610 704-8004) anytime around the times of the camp. If you have urgent
questions or messages at drop off, please call us ahead of drop off to discuss.
Pick Up: After the conclusion of the Camp, the campers will be following the coach towards the
parking lot (wearing a mask). Parents must exit their cars and stand next to their car (wearing masks) to
wait for their child(ren). The coach will release players one by one until all players are picked up.
During the Camp, we will sanitize with Lysol wipes and/or spray daily
- Our equipment
- Tables and seats
- All surfaces that might be touched
For every session please make sure to bring enough:
- Sun Screen
* We will not allow players to share any items.
Health screenings during camp:
We will monitor the health of our players through the camp. If any symptoms of illness arise, we will
isolate the player from the rest of the group and call the emergency contact to pick up the player.
Should a player fail a health check with COVID-19 related issues, they may not return to play for at least
- With the slightest sign(s) of illness, BE SAFE AND STAY HOME
- Failure to follow instructions and rules & guidelines will result in dismissal from camp without
the right to credit or refund.
Throughout the return to play process, please remember it is of the utmost importance that each player
and their families stay informed and make educated choices about when they are ready to return to
play. No one should feel pressured – or pressure others – into a decision. If there are things not
handled in this Safety Plan, Vision Training Soccer LLC reserves the right to make decisions to benefit the
health of the players and staff in accordance with CDC guidelines. We recommend everybody to stay
educated on recommendations made by the CDC, New Jersey State, and Monmouth County. Rules and
guidelines updated by any of those agencies will overrule our Rules and Guidelines.
Vision Training Soccer Camps provide on and off-field supervision so that players may derive the most benefit from their camp experience. Campers are required to bring their completed health form to camp. Parents are requested to provide information on special health conditions and to review those conditions with the Camp Director.