BUC is back in Washington County to take the #GenuineBrazilianSoccer. We offer a skilled, special, and exciting soccer summer program to kids. The camp will run from Monday to Friday for one week.
You might be wondering: Why should my child attend BUC Soccer Summer Camp?
We will answer you with 5 words that describe Brazilian soccer:
GINGA: Brazil is known for its ginga, the art of skill with the ball at your feet "Footskills". In our camp we have the best coaches to teach and encourage your child to use their creativity to play beautifully like the stars of our country.
OUSADIA: Just like in life, soccer is based on facing adversity. We encourage your child to find even faster and more creative ways to solve problems that appear on the field.
ALEGRIA: We play with joy. It's no use being in soccer and not liking what you're doing. With us, your child can improve their skills while having lots of fun.
CULTURA: The cultural exchange promoted during the camp is impressive. Our Brazilian,
coaches always share their experiences, language and national customs with the players.
RESPEITO: With soccer the promotion of respect is essential. Practicing sports strengthens bonds and helps with social development on and off the pitch.
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
3:30 to 4:30 pm
" Great camp and my boys loved it. We will definitely be attending next year, along with my daughter. "
- Gretchen Wichlinski
" This was a wonderful camp with wonderful coaches! I felt very comfortable leaving my son knowing he would have fun, learn many things, and would be taken care of in the heat. Each day when I picked him up, he told me about something new he learned... that never happens! Thank you for this awesome opportunity! "
- Stacey Bredenberg
" Our daughter really enjoyed Natali and she would love to see her return next year. "
- Michael Patterson
" It wasn't a struggle to get my child to go which means the coaches are phenomenal. Thank you for holding this in caroline county!! "
- Josie L.
" Hunter really enjoyed camp. The coach’s were very encouraging and helpful "
- Hunter Robinson