The WCU camps provide college bound players the opportunity to be trained by Head Coach Chad Miller and the WCU women’s soccer staff. The sessions will give you insight on the WCU training/playing philosophy and a look into the college soccer recruiting process.

Camps cover a typical Western Carolina training session including: speed, agility and strength program, technical/tactical development, individual goalkeeper training and many other areas of the Western philosophy. The camp will be held on our state of the art soccer facility; the host of 2006, 2010 and 2014 Southern Conference Championships, surrounded by the Great Smoky and the Blue Ridge Mountains.

2017 Summer ID Camps

Saturday, June 10 
Saturday, July 22
Ages 14-18 – Grades 9th to 12th
*Single Day Events

2017 Summer Camps – Registration Now Open!

Discounts offered for early registration (before April 28) and available on the registration site.


July 17-21
Monday-Friday, 9am-Noon

Girls only, ages 12-16

Cost: $140.00

Day camp designed for the intermediate and advanced camper.  Activities will be soccer specific, creating technical and physical sessions for the serious player. The focus is on a training environment that will prepare players for club, middle or high school teams.


July 17-21
Monday – Friday, 9am-Noon

Boys and Girls, Ages 4-11

Cost: $140.00 

Mini-session day camp designed for a learning experience in a FUN environment. Activities include learning how to manipulate the ball and many short-sided games.

Payment: Must be made in full. Full refunds available before June 1. After June 1, cancellations will be applied to a future camp.
About Western Carolina

WCU was founded in 1889 to bring higher education and career opportunities to the western region of North Carolina. A member of the University of North Carolina system, WCU now provides an education to more than 9,000 students from 38 states and 32 countries.

The 265-acre campus is located in the community of Cullowhee, N.C., in a picturesque valley of the Tuckasegee River between the Blue Ridge and Great Smoky mountain ranges, 52 miles west of Asheville. The university lies close to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and some of the nation’s most beautiful national forest lands.

Camps are open to all entrants and limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender.