Day Camps

Summer 2023 Chicago Day Camp Dates
Open to Boys & Girls, Ages 4 – 14

Session 1June 12th - June 16th
Session 2June 19th - June 23rd
Session 3June 26th - June 30th
Session 4July 10th - July 14th

Camp OptionsEarly Bird PricePrice after 5/15/23
Half Day
Full Day
Daily Rate - Half
Daily Rate - Full
Early Drop-Off Option
Late Pick-up Option

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Half Day
This option, available to 4 – 14 year olds (at the time of camp), is from 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM. Each camper will be taught fundamental soccer skills through soccer related activities that will lead to further enjoyment of the game and improved performance. Sign a camper up for multiple sessions of the Half Day camp and save!

Full Day
The full day option available to 5 –14 year olds (at the time of camp) is from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The morning session will focus on technical development with individual and small group activities/games. In the afternoon, players will be exposed to tactical ideas using various small and large sided games. Sign a camper up for multiple sessions of the Full Day camp and save!

Full Day and Moring Half Day Campers should arrive at 8:30 AM on Monday. On all other days, morning drop off times are between 8:40 AM and 9:00 AM. Morning Half Day campers will be released at noon and Full Day campers will be released at 4:00 PM. A more specific schedule and camp details are included in the emailed registration confirmation. All confirmation details are sent immediately in the registration confirmation email. A valid email address must be included with the registration. Please be sure to add to your address book!

Early Drop-Off/Late Pick-Up Option Now Available!
Campers may now be dropped off at 7:45 am prior to the start of camp and be supervised by camp staff until the regular start of camp.   Choose the Early Drop Off Option at Registration. Campers may also stay supervised until 5:30 pm. Choose the Late Pick Up Option at Registration. Pricing located in Enrollment Information.

How to Enroll
Online registration is now available here. No telephone reservations are accepted. If, upon applying the camp is full in your age group; you will be registered into our waitlist for that session option. If space becomes available, we will automatically register you into the camp and an email confirmation will be sent. Enroll early, limited on-site reservations will be accepted!

Cancellation Policy
Those who cannot attend camp for medical or other reasons will be refunded all but a 20% handling fee.  To receive a refund the camp office must be notified 48 hours prior to registration.

No physical examination is required. Each camper must have a new, completed consent form on file with the camp each summer. The form is part of the online registration process.

Half Day campers should bring a snack to camp in a clearly marked container. Full Day campers should bring a snack and lunch. We do offer a lunch option. This option is an additional $85 per camper for the week and can be indicated on the application. Unfortunately, we are not able to provide vegetarian or special dietary needs lunches. We urge those with special dietary needs to bring their own snack & lunch. We recommend that each camper bring their own water bottle as we do not provide cups. Sean Phillips Soccer does provide water coolers with which water bottles can be refilled. Please make sure that all items brought to camp are clearly marked with identification.

Equipment Needs
Campers are required to have their own clearly marked soccer ball and water bottle at camp.

About UIC
The University of Illinois at Chicago is the largest institution of higher learning in the Chicago area. The campus was formed in 1982 by the consolidation of two campuses: the Medical Center campus, which dates back to the 19th century, and the comprehensive Chicago Circle campus which opened in 1965. Prior to the opening of Chicago Circle campus, the University of Illinois had a two year undergraduate program at Navy Pier which first opened in 1946 to educate returning veterans. UIC shares the rich tradition of the diversity of the city and the spirit of community that is part of the heritage of Chicago’s near west side. The newly renovated South Campus and surrounding area provides an ideal setting for hosting this soccer camp.

Getting To UIC Is Easy
UIC is conveniently located just west of the junction of the famous Chicago Circle Interchange: the Eisenhower (I-290), Kennedy (I-90/94 Northwest), and Dan Ryan (I-90/94 Southeast). Several exits provide access to the campus: Ashland, Damen, Halsted, Harrison, Morgan, Racine, Roosevelt and Taylor. Camp is a 9 minute walk from the Blue Line UIC-Halsted Stop, a 10 minute walk from the Metra Halsted Stop and 25 minutes from Oak Park by car.