Soccer Camps in Canberra, Red Hill, ACT / A Parents’ Guide

Parents looking for kids school holiday Soccer Camps in Canberra, should find this handy guide worth reading. These holidays, Australian Sports Camps will once again run their Soccer camps in Canberra at Canberra Grammar School.  These sports camps run four times a year for kids aged 6 – 16 and cater to all skill levels. We employ coaches with a minimum Level 1 Coaching qualification and ensure a 1:10 coach to child ratio.  So, that your child receives the individual attention required to maximise their skill development. Also, special guest talent join our coaching panels; elite athletes that work with your kids and pass on their knowledge of the game they’ve gained from playing at the highest level. Moreover, we’ve assembled this guide to give parents an idea of what to expect from our Soccer Camps in Canberra and what your child can gain from attending.

Soccer Camp Snapshot: Canberra Grammar School 

Date: The Soccer camp at Canberra Grammar School runs every school holidays for 3 days. Time: 9am – 3pm each day.  We recommend arriving 10 – 30 minutes early on the first day to allow enough time to check in, and 10 minutes early on the other days.  On the final day of the camp, we will conclude with a short 10 – 15-minute presentation commencing at 3pm.  We invite all parents to attend. Location: Canberra Grammar School, 40 Monaro Cres, Red Hill ACT 2603 RRP: $295 (early bird and group offers are available)

The Venue — Canberra Grammar School

Canberra Grammar School is located at the foot of Red Hill, just south of Lake Burley Griffin.  Also, situated close to Parliament House, Manuka and Kingston, the 20 hectare campus boasts the following sporting facilities:

  • 2 Gymnasiums
  • Tennis courts
  • Basketball courts
  • 6 Large ovals

Enrolment, drop off and pick up will be at Flinders Park in Flinders Way, Griffith.  The park is located opposite the main school campus. Canberra-Grammar-School

What to Bring

  • Comfortable Soccer wear — Children should wear something they feel comfortable playing and training in. In case of wet weather, a change of clothes should be packed also.  Rubber soled shoes or soccer boots should be worn, and children should bring a hat and sunscreen, as well as a towel.
  • Drink bottle-Drinks are provided daily and water is available to all kids.
  • Lunch —Please bring a packed lunch in a clearly labelled lunch box, but keep in mind ASC has a strict nut free policy.

Also, at the soccer camp in Canberra, ASC provides fruit snacks throughout each of the days.  Some other things you might want to keep in mind are making sure their lunch, clothes and all their belongings are clearly labelled with their name.  We recommend avoiding bringing items that you wouldn’t want to get dirty, damaged or lost and these items include valuables, electronics and jewellery. Spending money is not required and lollies and chewing gum should be avoided.

Camp Itinerary- How it Works

At the soccer camp in Canberra, over 3 days, we provide your children with 18 hours of sports coaching.  This happens between the hours of 9am to 3pm.  Each day has its own structure.  Furthermore, this program has been designed to cover all areas of soccer.  Including, the important soccer foundation skills required for kids to start mastering and improving their game.  More importantly, it’s been designed to maximise enjoyment and ensure that kids are having fun for the entire 3 – day camp. Listed below is a sample day structure: 9:00 — Structured Warm-up 9:10 — Defensive Skills Session 10:00 — Drinks Break 10:10 — Midfield Skills Session 11:00 — Specialist Player Coaching Session 11:50 — Lunch 12:30 — Agility Session with Technology 1:10 — Attacking Skills Session 2:00 — Drinks Break 2:10 — Video Record and Analysis Session 2:50 — Structured Warm Down ASC 2017974 (Custom)

Training Drills

At ASC’s soccer camp in Canberra, a combination of some of the best current and former Soccer players, and experienced coaches makes this camp perfect for experienced players looking to maximise their skills and become the best Soccer player they can be. Also, we cater to young and inexperienced players with our specialised skill development training.  Which, gives players a taste of different positions and allows them to develop  skills across all areas of the game.  Also, this means that kids strengthen all of their abilities. Plus, kids are less likely to get bored, frustrated and lose interest in the game, if they’re not pigeon holed in one position. Furthermore, our approach allows children to learn from each other.  Plus, we allow kids to try different player positions and learn skills without the pressure of a real competition.  Accordingly, this provides invaluable experience, if they choose to join a club in the future, to know which positions suit them best. Moreover, to maintain interest and enthusiasm, we’ve programmed a wide range of training drills and exercises spread across the three days. Also, we use state of the art digital video coaching software.  Plus, we provide, you and your child with, a unique written report from their coach at the end of the camp.  This helps children work out where their strengths lie.  Also, what areas need extra attention for fast improvement.


We only employ coaches with a minimum Level 1 coaching qualification, as wCaitlin Munozell as senior coaching staff with many years of experience.  Our overall group coach to participant ratio is 1:10 to ensure your child receives the individual attention they require.  In addition, our camps also feature guest appearances from leading Soccer players, to deliver top level training for all participants, and of course the chance for your kids to meet their sporting idols. Sporting talent varies each school holidays, but to give you an idea of the calibre of talent we have in attendance, for the last four Canberra Soccer camps we have been joined by Caitlin Munoz. Caitlin played for Canberra United from 2011 – 2014.  Previously, she represented Australia at the 2002 FIFA Under 19 World Cup.  She also played over 60 times for the Matildas, including the 2006 and 2008 Women’s Asian Cup.  In 2007, she played for Australia in the World Cup.  That year, the team made it to the quarter finals stage, which is the furthest of any Australian womens’ or mens’ team ever!  Adding to her accomplishments, she won the golden boot award for the most goals in 2010, 2011, and again in 2012.  Her passion for the game is evident when she works with the kids to improve their skills and technique.  

Book a Soccer Camp Online Today

For soccer clinics in Canberra, please check our website: to book (, or join our mailing list and receive further information.  Also, please note, camp places fill quickly and early bird and group offers apply.  So, we recommend visiting our website very soon! Lastly, for any questions regarding our camps and all other enquiries please contact us on 1300 914 368 or at  We look forward to seeing you at an ASC camp this upcoming school holidays.

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