The University of Wisconsin Badger Girls’ Soccer Camps are designed to prepare players to compete and train at a higher level. Sessions focus on technique development as well as teamwork and special team tactics and strategy. An additional area of concentration is the development of positional skills through practices designed to improve positional awareness and understanding. The Girls’ Soccer camps provide an excellent opportunity for girls to enjoy great soccer, meet new friends, and have a great camp experience. Under the direction of Wisconsin's goalkeeper coach, Tim Rosenfeld, the Girls' Soccer Camps will provide specific goalkeeper instruction.

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The College Identification Clinic is intended for players and prospective student-athletes who intend to play college level soccer.  This clinic will provide players with a greater understanding of the demands of a Division 1 Women's Soccer program.  Campers will have an opportunity to work with the Wisconsin Coaching staff as well as be able to interact with current Wisconsin women's soccer team members.  Upon completion of the clinic, a camper evaluation will be emailed out to each participant that will give the camper a better understanding of where they are with their development and what tools they will need to concentrate on before entering the college environment.  The Winter College ID Clinic is open to any and all female entrants in grades 8-12.

  • Cost: $100
  • Check in: 8:15-9:00 am
  • Check out: 4:00 pm
  • Location: McClain Indoor Facility

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

Cancellations must be made prior to January 15 to receive a refund minus a $20 administrative fee.  After January 15 refunds will only be given for medical reasons when accompanied by a signed letter from a licensed physician.  All refunds must be requested via email to badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu.

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The College Identification Clinic is intended for players and prospective student-athletes who intend to play college level soccer.  This clinic will provide players with a greater understanding of the demands of a Division 1 Women's Soccer program.  Campers will have an opportunity to work with the Wisconsin Coaching staff as well as be able to interact with current Wisconsin women's soccer team members.  Upon completion of the clinic, a camper evaluation will be emailed out to each participant that will give the camper a better understanding of where they are with their development and what tools they will need to concentrate on before entering the college environment.  The Winter College ID Clinic is open to any and all female entrants in grades 8-12.

  • Cost: $100
  • Check in: 8:15-9:00 am
  • Check out:4:00 pm
  • Location: McClain Indoor Facility

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

Cancellations must be made prior to February 1 to receive a refund minus a $20 administrative fee.  After February 1 refunds will only be given for medical reasons when accompanied by a signed letter from a licensed physician.  All refunds must be requested via email to badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu.

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The Wisconsin Womens Soccer Winter Center of Excellence is a four week session providing interested players an opportunity to develop all facets of their skillset.  Our aim is to create an environment that focuses on a total soccer player's full spectrum of skills in a creative, fun and innovative way.  Within the four-week curriculum we will focus on a new skillset each week including everything from passing to heading and have the goal of adding to player's technical "toolbox".  Our intention is to create an intense environment of learning, but one which is always focused on quality vs quantity.  Sessions will be challenging with the intention of showing players the relative next level of their game!  At the Winter Center of Excellence we want to push players' limits and celebrate the many beautiful aspects of the game.

  • Wednesdays, January 7 thru January 28
  • Cost: $80
  • Group 1: 6:45-8:00 pm (ages 8-12)
  • Group 2: 8:15-9:30 pm (ages 13-18)
  • Location: McClain Indoor Facility

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

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The Wisconsin Womens Soccer Winter Center of Excellence is a four week session providing interested players an opportunity to develop all facets of their skillset.  Our aim is to create an environment that focuses on a total soccer player's full spectrum of skills in a creative, fun and innovative way.  Within the four-week curriculum we will focus on a new skillset each week including everything from passing to heading and have the goal of adding to player's technical "toolbox".  Our intention is to create an intense environment of learning, but one which is always focused on quality vs quantity.  Sessions will be challenging with the intention of showing players the relative next level of their game!  At the Winter Center of Excellence we want to push players' limits and celebrate the many beautiful aspects of the game.

  • Wednesdays, February 11 thru March 4
  • Cost: $80
  • Group 1: 6:45-8:00 pm (ages 8-12)
  • Group 2: 8:15-9:30 pm (ages 13-18)
  • Location: McClain Indoor Facility

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

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Appropriate for all skill levels, the Mother-Daughter clinic will provide a unique opportunity for mothers and daughters to connect through the medium of soccer. Participants can expect an exhilarating experience while learning passing, dribbling, ball control and balance. Wisconsin women's soccer players and coaches will be present to facilitate a relaxed learning atmosphere. The clinic will be conducted at the McClain Indoor Facility on the campus of the University of Wisconsin.

  • $10 per person ($20 per mother/daughter pair)
  • Check in: 9:30-10:00am
  • Check out: 12:00 pm
  • Open to any and all entrants in grades 1-7 and a parent/guardian
  • Sessions will take place at McClain Indoor Facility

Please click the “Register Now” button to complete registration at our secure third-party registration site.

Cancellations must be made prior to March 1 to receive a refund minus a $10 administrative fee.  After March 1, refunds will only be given for medical reasons when accompanied by a signed letter from a licensed physician.  All refunds must be requested via email to badgercamps@athletics.wisc.edu.

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The Elite Academy is an overnight camp designed to prepare players to compete and train at a higher level. Sessions focus on technique development as well as teamwork, team tactics as well as strategy. An additional area of concentration is the development of positional skills through practices designed to improve positional awareness and understanding. The Elite Academy is an excellent opportunity to have a great soccer experience, meet new friends, and have a great overnight camp experience.

Specialized Goalkeeper Training: Under the direction of the Wisconsin Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper Coach, Tim Rosenfeld, the Elite Academy will provide specialized goalkeeping instruction.

  • Check in: 11:30-12:30 pm at Cole Hall
  • Check out: 12:30-1:30 pm at Cole Hall
  • Open to any and all entrants, females entering grades 5-8
  • Sessions may take place at McClimon Track and Soccer Complex, University Bay Fields, McClain Indoor Turf Facility and Camp Randall Stadium
  • No on-site registration.
  • Campers will be housed in Cole Hall
  • Meals will be enjoyed at Four Lakes Market
  • REGISTRATION OPENS IN FEBRUARY!

The Elite Training Camp is intended for players who would like to develop a greater understanding of the demands of being a Division I Women’s Soccer player. Sessions will include such topics as: Strength and Conditioning; Video Match Analysis; Positional Training; Fitness Testing; Team Tactics; among others. Campers will have the opportunity to work firsthand with the Badger Women’s Soccer coaching staff and players. The coaching staff will also include ODP and College Coaches. It is our goal that all participants in the Elite Training Camp gain a glimpse of what it would be like to be a Badger Women’s Soccer player.

Specialized Goalkeeper Training: Under the direction of the Wisconsin Women’s Soccer Goalkeeper Coach, Tim Rosenfeld, the Elite Training Camp will provide specialized goalkeeping instruction.

The Badger Day Camp provides an opportunity to focus on fundamental skill instruction in a fun and relaxed setting. The camp boasts an excellent coach-to camper ratio, and will feature small groups focused on individual technique and small-sided games. Campers will have the opportunity to work first hand with Wisconsin Soccer players and coaches. It is a great opportunity to learn more about soccer while having a fun experience.

  • Full Day, Half Day, Little Stars
  • Girls ages 4-12
  • Check in: 8:00am on July 20, 9:00 am each day after at McClimon Complex
  • Check out: 3:30 each day  (noon on Friday)
  • REGISTRATION OPENS IN FEBRUARY!
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