New Website for our Summer Soccer Camp in Northeast Ohio
The newly designed Elite 11 Soccer Camps website is up and running for our quickly approaching 2015 summer camp season. This new website will provide the necessary information for those who are interested in our summer soccer camp in Northeast Ohio.
On Elite11soccercamps.com customers are greeted with a scrolling image featuring a few of our core values and characteristics; Safety Prioritized, Personal Attention Assured, Competitive Learning Environment.
From the main page it is an easy scroll down to read all about the fundamentals and the philosophy behind the Elite 11 Soccer Camp. Our website highlights the fact that our camp is designed for individual skill development. Whether a camper is a beginner or a varsity level player, our summer soccer camp will provide them with position-specific enhancement as will as individual attention that will allow for the maximum learning during the week.
As readers continue to move down the webpage they will encounter more of the information they are searching for such as dates and fees and a specific camp schedule. While the Elite 11 Soccer Camp offers both a commuter and overnight camper option it is important to not that the biggest difference between the two is that the commuter option does not include boarding.
Last, but not least as your reach the bottom of our site you will come across information on our summer camp director, Graham Ford and The College of Wooster. Coach Ford has included a special note in hopes to get across to all those interested in signing up that it is his top priority to ensure that each player leaves camp not only as a better soccer player, but also more passionate about game. The College of Wooster is one of the best locations in the state of Ohio to house our soccer camp. The college has been hosting summer camps since the 1970’s and provides the perfect environment for campers to learn and feel safe away from home. The fields, dorms, student union, game room and bookstore are all within 500-1000 years of each other.