Coach Mo's Summer Soccer Camps

Coach Mo's Summer Soccer Camps



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5 to 7 year olds 


Monday July 29th to Thursday August 1st, Friday August 2nd rain day 

Time: 5:30 to 7:30pm 

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8 to 11 year olds 


August 5th to August 8th, Friday August 9th rain day.

Time: 5:30 to 8 pm

*Camps are held at Drum Point Sports Complex, Brick, NJ

If you have any questions please contact Coach Mo at

cell- 732-600-5902



If you are interested in attending as a team...please contact Coach Mo to discuss details regarding team discounts and any other questions you may have.


About Coach'Mo'

Coach Mauricio 'Mo' Garcia was the coach of the Twin County Titans U18B team, as well as trainer to dozens of successful Twin County teams, both past and present.

Coach Mo is eager to share his playing experience and coaching knowledge with young players.

He believes in developing technical skills and creating skillful, creative players. 


Coach Mo’s Summer 2019 Camp Curriculum


[schedule is for U8-12 players; U5-7 start at 6pm and follow same curriculum in shorter intervals]



·         5:30 to 5:45 Fundamental Footwork /Ball Control

Each player will be given the opportunity to work alone with a ball and develop the vital skills that lead to better ball control. Repetition of fun activities is the key here. Players will develop techniques of juggling, tricks and ball manipulation with both feet. Add to these techniques a range of specific turns and moves, appropriate to player age and ability, and it is easy to see how this will impact player performance on the field.

·         5:45 to 6:15 pm  Passing

Passing is one of the key elements of the game of soccer. The session will focus on each player passing technique. Players will focus on different types of passing including long and short passes, passes to a player and to space, driven, and lofted passes. This module can be combined with possession.

·         6:15 to 6:30 SNACK BREAK 

·         6:30 TO 7:00pm Small Sided Games /Possession Of The Ball In Small Space

                               ( 1v1, 2v2 ,3v2,5v5)

Small sided games modify the large sided game without losing the essence of soccer. They are utilized to help players make the transition from drills and exercises to real game situations. Smaller teams and a reduced playing area allows for greater involvement in the game, with more touches, dribbles and passes allowing for a positive learning experience. In a game where learning by doing is important, players develop both attacking and defending skills in the small sided game environment.

Players will go beyond the keep-away exercises and find out why possession is important. To be truly effective a team’s possession must have attacking intent and not be possession for possession’s sake…

7:00 to 7:30 pm Game time

 They get to play the game!




“It's very important to let children establish their own goals - to play the game for themselves. Don't put too heavy a burden on your child to win games. Children play for the fun of playing.”