Summer ID Camp Information

The Indiana Wesleyan University men’s soccer team is proud to present The Boys ID Camp for players entering their freshmen year in high school and older. This once in a lifetime soccer camp experience addresses many of the aspects that make players successful at the collegiate level. For teams and individuals alike, this unique camp is carefully planned to push every player to their highest level with sessions on the field emphasizing technical and tactical mastery. The Boys ID Camp will give every player a firsthand look at what it would be like to live and play soccer at one of the most beautiful universities in the United States.



July 29th - 30th, 2021
High School Freshman and Older
Indiana Wesleyan University ID Camp Itinerary 

July 29th 

  • 11:30-12 PM Registration/Check-In – Troyer Field House 
  • 1 PM Session 1 – IWU Training Grounds 
  • 3:30-4:15 PM Campus Tour  
  • 5:00-5:30 PM Dinner – Baldwin Dinning Hall 
  • 6:30 PM Session 2 – IWU Training Ground 
  • 8:15 PM Team Building Activity/Devotion – Troyer Field House 

July 30th 

  • 8:30 AM Breakfast – Troyer Field House 
  • 9:45 AM Session 3 – IWU Training Grounds 
  • 11 AM Question and Answer Session – Troyer Field House 
  • 12 PM Departure 

$110 per Participant

Payment:  3 Training Sessions, Evaluations to each player, Lunch and Dinner Included

Overnight Housing is available for all players

Refunds: Once registered either online or in the mail, any cancellation prior to a month before camp will receive back 50% of the total cost of the camp. Due to the reserving of space, no refunds will be made the week of camp, during, or after the camp.

(An online convenience fee will be added upon registration)

What to Bring
  • Soccer Cleats
  • Indoor Shoes
  • Wear High School or Club Uniform
  • Shin Guards
  • Small Bag or Shoe Bag to Carry your Gear Back and Forth Across Campus
  • Water Bottle (Water will be Provided at the Fields)
  • Sunscreen
Group Sessions
Indiana Wesleyan Soccer Camps look to take advantage of the unique opportunity that the camp atmosphere provides to develop each player’s leadership abilities and personal character. Off the field sessions might cover subjects like leadership, character, hard work, and aspects of the Christian faith.  Since Indiana Wesleyan is a Christian university, it reserves the right to openly speak about the role that belief in God positively impacts a person’s life.
Cell Phone Policy
Cell phones are permitted at soccer camp, but are prohibited from all on the field or off the field sessions. Cell phone reception is generally good on campus but it depends on your service provider.
If you have any questions, please contact Keaton Albert




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