Celtic Football Club

Register for our 2017 Winter Holiday camp today for just a $25.00 deposit!

Secure your son or daughter's spot at our holiday camp with a refundable $25.00 deposit. 

Our winter holiday camp this year will be conducted at the Hardy Middle School, 1819 35th Street, (In the heart of Georgetown) from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  for boys and girls, 7 - 15 years of age. for a total of just $125.00 for the full week!!! (regularly $200)  Early drop off begins at 8;15. a.m. and there is no after care.

THIS SPECIAL ENDS SUNDAY DECEMBER 17TH AT MIDNIGHT, AND AVAILABLE TO ONLY THE FIRST 20 CAMPERS. Once we reach our minimum class size the balance of $100.00 will be due by Monday, December 18th. Camp size is limited. 

Your son or daughter will be taught by one of the Washington D.C. area's most respected coaches, Whitney Minnis, DCPDA Technical Director and boys varsity Head Coach at Wilson High School (Washington, D.C.).  In 2017, Mr. Minnis led the "tigers" to one of their best seasons ever at 16-1-1 and a Washington Post #5 final ranking.




DCPDA Boys trials 2003s - 2000s

DCPDA is looking for male  players (born 2000 to 2003) desiring to improve their game for college showcases and international friendlies for training and game play on a part-time (guest) or full-time basis. First round of trials/training is Monday, October 9th in Washington, D.C.  DCPDA has a 87% success rate at placing players into collegiate programs and international academies.  In 2017, 5 players from the DCPDA program were sent to European academies in England, Italy and Spain.  As of Oct 1, 2017, three players are currently in residence.  Trials are FREE.  For more information and to register visit the link below.

Trial Registration Link. 



Winter Camp Registration Special Ends
Sunday, December 17, 2017  

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