What’s the cost? / Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between The Edge Residential Camp and The ID Camp? The Edge Residential Soccer Camp is a 4-day overnight soccer camp for boys & girls (ages 10 -16) that focuses on skill development and tactical improvement. All skill levels are welcome and team registration is encouraged! 

What is the cost of camp? The Edge Residential Camp is $600 per player, which is all inclusive of training, meals and lodging. There are multiple early registration discounts: Register one player and get another player’s registration half off (or pay just $475 for a single registration) until December 31, 2023.  Team discount (must be 8 or more players) if registered before Feb 1, 2024 is only $450 a player. A single registration if done before Feb 1, 2024 is reduced to $525

Full payment is due upon registration. Please use our Contact page if you would like to talk about payment plan options.

Are there Medical Professionals on site? Certified Athletic Trainer(s) will be on staff for the entire camp. They will be at check-in to go over any medical concerns you might have for during the week for your child.  During the week they will be available to treat your athlete one hour before each session.  At each training session they will be at the pitches observing and ready to respond to any and all situations. As our certified Athletic Trainer will be residing in the same dorm as our players they are effectively “on-call” all the time and can be at hand to help out.

Where do the campers stay? Players reside in the dorms on the campus of UW at River Falls. All coaches, chaperones and trainers stay in the dorms along with the players. Chaperones supervise the floors, wake players up for breakfast, ensure lights are out at the appropriate time and other supervisory activities. The dorms are close to the cafeteria, fields and other camp destinations. Campers are not allowed to leave the campus grounds. If your camper has a roommate request, make sure to note that during registration. We cannot ensure every request will be met, but we will attempt to do our best. 

What about meals? Players will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at the cafeteria on campus. This is included in your registration fee. Meals are served buffet style and players are welcomed to bring their own snacks, but it is not a necessity. Pizza is sold after the final sessions for those players needing a late night snack, which is an additional fee – if you choose to send your player with spending money, $50 is usually plenty. 

What do players need to bring?

    • Soccer ball (camp balls are available to purchase for $40, please note on registration page)
    • Equipment bag (for ball & gear)
    • Water bottle
    • Shin guards
    • Soccer shoes
    • Socks (10 pair)
    • Playing shorts (7)
    • T-Shirts (10)
    • Rain gear
    • Sweatshirt and pants
    • Pajamas
    • Sunscreen
    • Flip flops
    • Alarm clock
    • Cell phone / charger
    • Toiletries
    • Glasses/contacts if needed
    • Extra long twin size sheets/pillow case or sleeping bag
    • Pillow
    • Blanket
    • Towels
  • Campers should break in new shoes prior to attending camp to avoid blisters and discomfort. Linens are NOT provided. Each player should bring a set of Twin XL sheets (or two flat twin sheets), a pillow and pillow case. The rooms are not air conditioned, so please bring a fan. Bathrooms & Showers are located in the hallway – not in the individual rooms – but showers and toilets have individual stalls. Each room has its own refrigerator. Players are welcomed to stock up on water and other drink brands. Water Bottles are required. Players are encouraged to fill up their water bottle prior to the start of each session.  Ice machines are located in the basement of the dorms.
Camper’s Room Layout – only TWO campers are allowed per dorm room