ABOUT THE CAMP
Mohan Telfer, Maret Boys’ Varsity Head Coach & Middle School Head Coach and Technical Director at DCXI will be offering 7 weeks of camps for various age groups and skill levels. Each week will feature several different options for players of varying skill levels plus goalkeeper training will be offered at all weeks.
The goal of our camp is to strengthen the cognitive ability of each player while improving the technical level needed to execute successfully on the field.
The full-day program will run from 9am-3pm and participants should bring a bag lunch (no refrigeration available). All campers should also wear proper shoes for both outdoor and indoor soccer; bring a ball, sunscreen, and a water bottle.
Early registration special before March 20 is $425/week*. Pricing after March 20 will be $475/week*.
(*$340/week vs $380/week for weeks of June 14 and July 5.)
Half-Day: (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.) option available for all weeks at $325/week*.
(*$260/week for weeks of June 14 and July 5.)
3000 Cathedral Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008
2022 CAMP WEEKS
Session 1: June 14–17* (*4 days)
Session 2: June 20–24
Session 3: June 27–July 1
Session 4: July 18–22
Session 5: July 25–29
Session 6: August 1-5
Session 7: August 8-12
OPTIONS OFFERED EVERY WEEK
Coed Elite for ages 10–16: Travel & Academy players only.
Girls Elite for ages 10–16: Travel & High School players.
Coed Premiere for ages 6–14: Travel and Recreational players.
Goalkeeper training for ages 8–16: Travel and Recreational players.
8:30 - 9AM
Small sided games
Q&A with coaches
Scrimmages & Film study
Kira "Kiki" Rice, Sidwell '22
Mohan was a fantastic coach. He developed my skills and was the primary reason for my success
Roger Morrell, Parent
I have three soccer players that started playing Stoddert Rec, graduated to Stoddert Travel, then moved on to other clubs that travel up and down the East Coast. In my 13 years as a soccer parent, Coach Mohan is the best, hands down.
Oberlin College '21
What I like about Mohan is that he is always positive. He never lets the negative bring him down and he encourages his players to look for positives also.