NPSL

CAMPS presented by Raising Cane’s

The New Orleans Jesters will kick off its Summer soccer camps presented by Raising Cane’s at two locations starting the final week of May.  Camps will be held at the Carrollton Boosters Riverview at the Fly and Junction Place Sportsplex in Elmwood. All campers will receive a special Camp T-shirt plus a camp graduation certificate that includes a free Raising Cane’s kid’s meal.

 

The New Orleans Jesters soccer camps provide young players with the opportunity to receive high-level coaching at an appropriate level based on their current skills from the New Orleans Jesters coaching staff.

 

Children from all clubs, schools, and youth soccer locations are welcome at the camps.  All Jesters camps are designed to provide a fun learning experience that gives youth players a taste of the professional training environment. 

 

Each day includes individual foot skills, technical drills, small-sided games, and coached scrimmages.  Equally important, the Jesters coaching staff provides children with lessons in self-discipline, good sportsmanship, and respect for others and for the game.

 

*FOR TEAM REGISTRATION DISCOUNTS PLEASE EMAIL: Krewe@nolajesters.com

Camp info & registration

Carrollton at the Fly Camps  127-139 East Dr, NOLA, LA 70118 / Boys and Girls Ages: 8 – 14

SUMMER CAMPS at The Fly:

May 23 – 27 Register Here

May 30 – June 3 Register Here

June 6 – 10 Register Here

June 13 – 17 Register Here

June 20 – 24 Register Here

June 27 – July 1 Register Here

July 11 – 15 Register Here

July 18 – 22 Register Here

July 25 – 29 Register Here

August 1 – 5 Register Here

August 8 – 12 Register Here

Weekly Half day: $200, 9 AM – Noon

 

SUMMER CAMPS at Junction Place Sports:

ALL WEEKS: Register Here

 


TYPICAL CAMP SCHEDULE

MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY
8:45 AMArrival / Temp checksArrival / Temp checksArrival / Temp checksArrival / Temp checksArrival / Temp checks
9:00 AMWarm upWarm upWarm upWarm upWarm up
9:25 AMWater breakWater breakWater breakWater breakWater break
9:30 AMDribbling gamesDribbling gamesDribbling gamesDribbling gamesDribbling contest
9:55 AMWater breakWater breakWater breakWater breakWater break
10:00 AMTechnical session 1Technical session 1Technical session 1Technical session 1World Cup
10:25 AMWater breakWater breakWater breakWater breakWater break
10:30 AMTechnical session 2Technical session 2Technical session 2Technical session 2Gauntlet
10:55 AMWater breakWater breakWater breakWater breakWater break
11:00 AMTechnical session 3Technical session 3Technical session 3Technical session 3Coaches vs Campers
11:25 AMWater breakWater breakWater breakWater breakWater break
11:30 AMSmall-sided gamesSmall-sided gamesSmall-sided gamesSmall-sided games
Games & Gift Certificates
12:00 PMPick upPick upPick upPick upPick up

Outdoor Weather Policy

We strive to make informed decisions based on weather forecasts and radar readings to benefit everyone attending our camps. Unfortunately, predicting the weather is not a perfect science and we endeavor to make the correct decision based on your child’s safety and well being.

Our weather policy works as follows:

In the event of light showers, all programs will continue as scheduled, providing the playing area is safe. Parents should dress their child appropriately for the weather conditions, as sessions will go ahead regardless of damp weather, provided the coach deems the playing area safe to continue.

During a session: The program will continue in the event of light rain or passing showers. If weather conditions become unplayable and shelter cannot be provided, the program will be cancelled for the remainder of the day and you will be required to collect your child.

We strive to ensure the best decisions are made for each individual program. We rely heavily upon the weather forecasts and radar to make our decisions. However, at times this technology is not truly accurate, in such instances our staff members rely on our on field staff to relay the actual weather conditions once they have arrived on location. We ask that you attend as scheduled, where coaches will make a decision based on current weather and field conditions.

In the event of thunderstorms, the program will be suspended until the storm passes. Lightning storms are unpredictable so a 30 minute rule is enforced. Thirty minutes will be counted from when the last strike of lightning was seen. If the storm passes, play will continue. However, if the storm continues the program may be cancelled and you will be required to collect your child from the program.