Summer Camps

Flag Football

Our camps have sport-specific components that were designed with guidance from the University of Alberta Golden Bears and Pandas Head Coaches, while the delivery of the programming is carried out by alumni of the Golden Bears and Pandas as well as by current varsity athletes. Our sport camp programming and age groups are consistent with the guidelines of each sport’s Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) framework. 

In addition to the sport-specific training each participant will receive, camp participants will also take part in a number of familiar games which we have adapted to help our participants improve their fundamental movement skills. This will not only serve as a platform for future participation and competition in whichever sport they choose to play, but it will also improve the sport skills associated with the camp they’re presently enrolled in.
 

Camp Stage Descriptions

Learn-to-Train

Explore:

The goals of this camp are to build flag football skills and strengthen general athletic skills. Half of the camp will be spent on the field where participants will develop non-contact skills like passing, receiving, running with the ball and defending through fun drills and modified game play. The other half of the camp day will be dedicated to age-appropriate multi-sport activities designed to improve fundamental movement skills that support and complement the skills taught in the flag football sessions.

  • Please note the location of this camp has changed. It will now take place at Lister Field (117 Street and 84 Avenue).
  • No previous football experience is required.
  • Camp activities will take place primarily outdoors. Camp participants should be prepared for inclement weather.
  • All participants will receive a camp t-shirt.
  • Camp Cost $290

Train-to-Train

Explore:

The goals of this camp are to improve flag football skills and refine general athletic skills. Half of the camp will be spent on the field where participants will develop non-contact skills like passing, receiving, running with the ball and defending. Basic concepts of offensive and defensive play will be introduced through drills and games. The other half of the camp day will be dedicated to age-appropriate multi-sport activities designed to improve fundamental movement skills that support and complement the skills taught in the flag football sessions.

  • Please note the location of this camp has changed. It will now take place at Lister Field (117 Street and 84 Avenue).
  • No previous football experience is required.
  • Camp activities will take place primarily outdoors. Camp participants should be prepared for inclement weather.
  • All participants will receive a camp t-shirt.
  • Camp Cost $290