This year, Soccer Magic will be held at our beautiful Jeanette Altman Frieden Sports Complex. Now in its 28th year, Soccer Magic is committed to developing and inspiring young, enthusiastic players. We share our passion for the game in the spirit that some campers may one day step onto the playing field in front of thousands of screaming fans. The success of our national teams are turning this dream into reality. Soccer Magic strives to build every camper’s knowledge and love of the game within an exciting new soccer era, all while maintaining a fun and challenging environment! Soccer Magic. Embrace the MAGIC this summer! Soccer Magic will take place June 1-5 and June 8-12.
We encourage players to enroll in both weeks of camp (June 3-7 and June 10-14) for maximum benefit. All training will be conducted at the CSJCC facilities. Daily camp events include two instructional practices, tournament games, soccer films, supervised free swim, and afternoon snacks. Soccer Magic’s staff will challenge and develop players by emphasizing:
- Technical and tactical training
- Small-sided and game-like situations
- Teamwork and sportsmanship goals
- Personal attention, grouping campers by age and skill level
Who can attend?
Any boy or girl entering 1st-6th grade for Fall 2019.
What do I bring to camp each day?
Soccer ball, shin guards, soccer shoes, indoor shoes, water bottle, swimsuit, towel, and a dairy lunch. Hot, fresh pizza slices available for lunch daily – only $1.50 slice!
Soccer Magic 9:00AM-4:00PM
Before Care 7:30AM-9:00AM
After Care 4:00PM-6:00PM
Before Care and After Care fees are not included in Soccer Magic costs.
JASON NEIDELL, Soccer Magic Director
Coach Neidell enters his 27th year as the director of Soccer Magic. Coach Neidell is currently a Maccabi USA National Team Coach, where he has led teams to a silver and 4 gold medals in international competitions. Neidell is also the Head Women’s Coach at Western Kentucky University, where he guided the 2008 team to a record-setting 15 wins and earned conference coach of the year honors in 2007. Before playing professionally for the Harrisburg Heat and Tulsa Roughnecks, he helped Yale University to a NCAA Elite Eight appearance and the New England and Ivy League titles. Neidell has played in England, Mexico, and Australia. He earned his Master’s Degree at Western Kentucky, his Bachelor’s Degree at Yale, and is a local product of Jenks High School.