Northshore Soccer Camps (formerly Northwestern Boy's Soccer Camps) are designed with young field players and goalkeepers in mind. They offer personalized instruction from experienced college coaches and players and are a unique opportunity to train in small group and team settings. Our qualified staff work with campers to improve individual skills and teamwork in a fun and supportive environment that is filled with love of the game. Registration Now Open!
In honor of all our great Soccer Moms, Early Bird Registration has been extended thru May 10th. Save $25 on all summer camps.
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The College Soccer Training Center has been the standard for College ID Camps for the last 20+ years. This year we will partner with the Midwest ID Summer Camp to continue that tradition. Thousands of campers have found a home over the last two decades as instruction is provided by some of the nation’s top college coaches.
Now in our 22nd Year!
Our camps offer personalized instruction from qualified, highly experienced college coaches and players along with our partners at United Coaching for our youth camps. The camps are designed for the young athletes, both field players and goalkeepers, to train in a positive learning environment. We utilize individual, small group, and team settings to help improve individual skill level. Our three goals are simple: improve as a player, have fun and love the game of soccer a little more than when you started. A great recipe that has proven to be a phenomenal motivator for tens of thousands of soccer players over the years.
Summer Half Day and Full Day Camp (Co-Ed)
Midwest Summer ID Camp (Grades 8-12+) (Boys Only)
(Grades 4-10) (Boys Only)
HEAD COACH & CAMP DIRECTOR
Head Men’s Soccer Coach (Emeritus), Northwestern University
Director, Northshore Soccer Camps
10-Time Coach of the Year
3-Time National Coach of the Year Finalist
A legend in Big Ten conference and college soccer coaching world, Coach Lenahan is the only Big Ten Soccer Coach in history to coach for 20 years and achieve 300 wins. Taking over a winless Northwestern team in 2001 and possessing just 1/2 of the allotted scholarships, Coach Lenahan proceeded to make Northwestern a national soccer power taking them to three Big Ten Championships while achieving (15) NCAA tournaments throughout his illustrious career which included (7) Sweet Sixteen Appearances and (2) Elite Eight runs. He is the winningest coach in Northwestern history. See more on Coach Lenahan's incredible career in this 12-minute documentary:
Coach Lenahan has been directing the Northshore Soccer Camp (formerly Northwestern Boy's Soccer Camps) for the past 21 years helping tens of thousands of campers improve their skill, have fun and develop their love and passion for the sport of soccer. Parents have raved about his communication with campers and parents alike to make your experience at Northshore Soccer Camps the best camp in the Chicagoland area.
Gluten or Peanut Allergies?
Allergy-friendly menus are available for Residential, Commuter, and CSTC camps in the design hall. Please contact us in advance at email@example.com so we can make arrangements with the chef and dining hall.
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All camps must be available to any and all entrants, and those entrants can only be limited by number, gender, age, and/or grade level.
By registering for camp, all photos and video taken at camp have your release to be used as a part of the website or social media. nusoccercamps is owned and operated by Nice Guys Finish First, LLC DBA Northshore United Soccer Camp and is not affiliated with Northwestern University. Camp Director and Camp Owner, Tim Lenahan, coached at Northwestern University for 20 years and has operated the camp while becoming Northwestern All-Time Leader in wins and three-time Big Ten Champion since 2001. He is the only coach in Big Ten history to win 300 games and to coach 20 years in the Big Ten.
Thank you in advance and as always, Soccer Rules!