January 13, 2017 - by
Mark Krikorian Announces Spring ID Camp

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – As the offseason for collegiate soccer continues, the Mark Krikorian Soccer Academy has announced its 2017 Spring ID Camp for youth players that are looking to play in the NCAA in the future. This year’s camp will be held on February 25-26 at the Seminole Soccer Complex and will consist of players currently in the 8th-10th grade.

The Mark Krikorian Soccer Academy Spring ID Camp is designed for elite female players with a desire to play collegiate soccer. The training sessions conducted by the Florida State staff and the 11v11 match will provide each player an opportunity to showcase their talents. The coaching staff is passionate about developing players with the technical ability to thrive in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Space in this year’s camp is extremely limited. We want every player in attendance to work with the FSU staff. Therefore, the camp is only open to the first 80 field players and 8 goalkeepers to register.

The cost of the camp is $250 and it is a commuter camp. All attendees will need to secure their own lodging, transportation and meals.

The Mark Krikorian Soccer Academy is driven by the desire to help young soccer players increase their confidence with the ball and love of the game.


Mark Krikorian Announces Spring ID Camp


This is accomplished through a three part approach:

1. Providing an environment that challenges

2. Striving daily to improve comfort on the ball

3. Application of skill in game-like tactical situations

The camp is under the direction of FSU Head Coach Mark Krikorian; a man whose experience and dedication to a beautiful game is reflected in his success as a Youth National Team Head Coach, a Professional WUSA Champion Head Coach, a collegiate Champion Head Coach, and the Director of the Academy.

To register for the 2017 Spring ID camp, you can either go to http://www.seminolesoccercamps.com/Camp_id.html, or print off this brochure and send it back to the Mark Krikorian Soccer Academy at 1119 Spirit Way, Tallahassee, FL, 32306.

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