U.S. Soccer to Host Inaugural Boys Fantasy Camps During Copa America Centenario

Bay Area Camp Runs June 2–7; NY/NJ Area Camp Runs June 23-37

CHICAGO (April 1, 2016) – U.S. Soccer will host its first ever Boys Fantasy Camps during the Copa America Centenario this summer. The camps are exclusive player/fan experiences and unique fundraisers that support the U.S. Soccer Development Fund.

U.S. Soccer will hold the first Boys Fantasy Camp in the Bay Area (June 2-7), around the U.S Men’s National Team’s opening match against Colombia and Group D opening match, Argentina versus Chile.

The second camp will be held from in the NY/NJ area (June 23-27) around the Copa America Centenario Final. 

The Fantasy Camp is designed to mirror a Youth National Team training camp environment with added behind-the-scenes experiences around the tournament. This one-of-a-kind opportunity includes:

The Boys Fantasy Camp is open to boys of all skill levels born in the years 2002, 2003 and 2004. Participation is made possible through a donation to U.S. Soccer ($5,250 for six-day Bay Area Camp; $4,950 five-day NY/NJ Camp).

U.S. Soccer is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Part of your donation is a tax-deductible contribution helping fund important development initiatives fostering the next generation of inspirational coaches and players.

Space is very limited for each camp. Registration fills on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, click on the links below:

Please contact fantasycamp@ussoccer.org with any questions.