Keeping My Son Active With Challenger Sports – British Soccer Camp!


My eleven year old son loves sports.  Ever since he was four years old he has been playing soccer whether it be on an organized team or in a soccer camp.  It has been really neat to see how much he has progressed in the sport over the years.  When out summer first started I searched for different camps for my kids and when I found Challenger Sports – British Soccer Camps for my son I knew it was a camp he would want to do.  I was right, he loved it!  My husband and I have never seen him so excited each day before and after the camp.  



So, what makes Challenger Sports – British Soccer Camp different than other soccer camps?  First of all it is offers an innovative curriculum that develops skills, speed and confidence in players ages 3-18.  They provide boys and girls with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international expert’s right in the heart of their own community. Plus in addition to teaching new skills and improving game performance, each British Soccer Camp provides lessons in character development and cultural education. 



The coaches were very attentive and knowledgeable of the sport.  My son was never bored as each minute was organized with never any lapses other than water breaks.  Children learned the basics of the sport, sportsman ship, team work, skills through drills and scrimmage.  Each night they did different soccer related activities.  They changed it up a bit by adding a different themes such as crazy hair night, flag day, etc.  Since my  husband stayed and watched our son at the camp he reported back how he improved on his skills through the camp and saw a excitement in him of the sport he has not seen in awhile.  The last evening of the camp they handed out awards and certificates to the children which had a personalized note to the kids from their coaches which was a special touch.  My son is already asking when he can go back! In his eyes next summer will not come quick enough so he can go back to Challenger Sports –  British Soccer Camp!



Signing my son up for this camp was super easy as it can be done on-line.  When you register children will receive a  free British Soccer game jersey (value $34.95) a new skill development App and 20 videos to help your child practice at home. Your soccer ball, T-shirt & poster will be given out at camp.  Be sure to check out the camps and classes that are offered for your children! 


Mama to 6 Blessings wrote this post on behalf of British Soccer Camps and US Family Guide. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.   Mama to 6 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.


  1. Pam Wattenbarger says:

    I know several kids in our family that would enjoy going to British soccer camp. From that smile it does look like your son had a wonderful time!

  2. Soccer camp definitely sounds like a fun idea for kids. It’s really nice that your son enjoyed it so much and I’m glad the coaches were so great.

  3. Allison Cooper says:

    My son loves sports, too and soccer was his first love! This camp sounds like a great deal of fun for the summer months!

  4. Anne Marie says:

    I’d love to have our boys attend a camp like this! Right now, our soccer league is a small neighborhood thing, but I’d love to see the boys take their skills to another level.

  5. What a CUTIE PATOOTIE! Looks like a great way to encourage him and raise his self-esteem! That’s awesome that the coaches are so attentive, too!

  6. This sounds like a fantastic soccer camp. I wish they had one near here. I would love my son to get involved in soccer.

  7. That looks like a ton of fun. I bet my youngest would love this. I think she wants to play soccer, so I think she’ll start soon.

  8. This looks like it was a great camp. My neice did one just for running and she actually enjoyed it. I wish I had done a sports camp for my kids.

  9. Your kiddo looks like he loves it. Getting them involved in sports and outdoors activities is a great idea and teaches them so much.

  10. We wanted to putter 9 year old in soccer, but was too late. Next season for sure!

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