Frequently Asked Questions

Are all Camps held on the Georgia Southern University Campus?
All of the training sessions and games will be on the same fields that our soccer program uses. In addition, our campus is safe and well-planned so that long walks are NOT necessary.
What is Required to Attend Camp?
You must supply us with a physical examination form signed by a physician within one year of the date of clinic/camp. You will NOT be eligible to participate without doing so. You must supply us with a front and back copy of your health insurance card. You will NOT be eligible to participate without doing so. A signed waiver form is also required, the waiver is part of the registration process. You will NOT be eligible to participate without doing so.
What happens if my Daughter is injured or sick during Camp?
There is around the clock medical supervision, which includes athletic trainers at all sites during the duration of camp. 
What should my Daughter bring to Camp? Where are the campers staying? Where will they eat?

What to bring...

  • Cleats, shin guards, T-shirts, shorts, socks etc. 
  • Backpack for carrying gear to field
  • Sunscreen
  • Sneakers or indoor soccer shoes
  • Soccer ball
  • A positive attitude!
Are Parents allowed to watch?
Definitely. You are welcome to attend any of the training and games.
Who should I contact with Questions?
Please feel free to contact Brian Dunleavy, if you have any questions.

Phone: 912-478-0270
Email: bdunleavy@georgiasouthern.edu