Under the direction of Indiana University Men's Soccer Coach Todd Yeagley, the Indiana Soccer Camp is one of the nation's most respected and long-standing residential soccer camps. In 2012, the Hoosiers won their 8th National Title and 18th appearance in the College Cup. Based on the camp tradition begun by NCAA Division I All-time Winningest Coach Jerry Yeagley, Todd Yeagley continues the legacy of excellence in soccer camp administration. Jerry Yeagley serves as a consultant to the camp staff and provides campers with keynote speeches related to player development, motivation, character, toughness, and integrity on and off the field.
Players are divided into groups by age and ability with low staff-to-camper ratios for concentrated teaching. There is a strong focus on individual skills as well as a dynamic program that advances team tactics. Goalkeepers are given specialized individual training with a well-rounded approach for the tactical, technical and psychological aspects of the position. Advanced campers benefit from the recruiting opportunities offered through our in-camp college recruiting seminar and our network of college coaches who work on staff at Indiana Soccer Camp.
Over the years, countless players who have attended our camps have been heavily recruited, earned scholarships at top universities and have gone on to successful careers in Major League Soccer, the United States National Team, and professional clubs around the world. The Indiana University Men's Soccer players also enhance the camp experience with their demonstrations of fine skill and playing ability.
This camp is open to any and all participants.