Manhattan Soccer Club has partnered with NYC Soccer Academy at Columbia University to host our Spring Break Clinics and Summer Camps for players 6-18 years old. The program offers high-level instruction from MSC’s top coaches as well as Columbia’s distinguished NCAA Division I coaching staff. The program utilizes Columbia’s first-class fields and has access to indoor facilities in the event of inclement weather.
Shuttle buses between the main Columbia campus and Baker Athletic Complex uptown are available. For information regarding registration and other details for the Summer Camp Program, please click here.
LED BY MANHATTAN SOCCER CLUB'S TOP COACHING STAFF!
A great opportunity to hone your skills over the holiday weekend !
Technical skills covered will include:
Cost per player: $55 per clinic.
The clinics will feature experienced MSC staff, including:
Ray Selvadurai, MSC Director of Coaching, currently serving in his 18th year as a head coach at MSC. Ray recently coached our U-16 boys side to the 2016 NPL National Championship.
Pat Greene, MSC Girls' Director of Coaching. Now in his 16th year, Patrick was instrumental in the creation of MSC's U8-U12 Youth Academy and continues to specialize on early-stage player development.
Jason Weisberg, Associate Director of Coaching at MSC ; current Assistant Women’s coach, Fairleigh Dickinson University; ODP staff coach.
John Lathan, Sunderland player and coach of numerous MSC State Cup-winning sides.
Paul Nicholas, Scotland youth international, Harvard University Captain, and MSC coach.
Eoghan O'Kelly, Columbia University Mens' goalkeeping coach and MSC Director of Coaching for goalkeepers.
LOCATION: John Jay College, 10th Avenue between West 58 / 59 Streets, NY, NY 10019.
What to Bring: Water, shin guards and a ball for your player. If you have friends who would like to bring their child, they are welcome to register and participate too, so please invite them.
If you have any questions, please contact Paul Nicholas email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on the field!