Frequently Asked Questions

What forms do I need to mail back prior to the start of camp?

  1. Physical, Certificate of Immunizations and copy of Insurance information.
  2. Payment (if not made online). Checks need to be payable to 'PRO SOCCER MOTION'.

Do we have to submit the player's medical forms when we register our son?

We recommend that you mail-in in the Medical/Health form prior to the start of camp. The camper must have had his last physical within the past year (12 months prior to camp dates) and have a doctor’s signature. A signed physical from earlier camps or sports can be used as long as it is still within the 12 months of our camp. You can fax, scan and email, or mail the forms. We must also have evidence of current immunizations. 

The player is coming in a day early; can he stay in the dorms?

No, unfortunately we can't accommodate anyone in the dorms prior to the first day. Our recommended hotel is;

The Hilton Garden Inn Worcester
35 Major Taylor  Boulevard, 
Worcester, Massachusetts, 01608, USA

Website: Hilton Garden Inn Worcester

Telephone: +1-508-753-5700

Can the player select his roommate?

Yes, campers can room together in groups of two. All dorm rooms at camp are doubles. Please list the name of the other boy you want to room together in the ‘roommate request’ field on the application” to “Please list the other name in the ‘roommate request field’ field on the application.

Where will the player being staying?

Our soccer camp utilizes the assigned dorm on campus. All the campers will stay in the same supervised dormitory that provide easy access to the soccer fields at the top of campus and allow for easy pick-up and drop-off. Campus Map

Can I pay by check?

Yes, for all camps and clinics, checks are made out to:


Full payment must be received 10 days prior to the start of the camp / clinic.

All checks and registration forms should be mailed to:

College of the Holy Cross-Soccer Office

1 College Street

Worcester MA 01610


Are the players supervised?

  • Yes, players are supervided during their stay at the camp / clinic. During our residential camps, the coaching staff and trainers are housed on the floors in the dorm.
  • The boys are not allowed to leave the campus without approval from the office and/or being signed out by an adult.

Do the player bring their own linens and if so, what size?

Yes the boys are to bring twin sheets, blankets, pillows, and towels. With the summer temperatures we suggest bringing a box fan.

Should the player bring money to camp?

We recommend that each player brings some spending money. Especially at night campers like to order pizza etc. We will provide the service of a "camp bank" so that campers do not lose their money.  If there is a balance at the end of camp you can claim it at the camp store before departure.

Is there a deadline to register?

Acceptance is on a first-come, first-serve basis, due to limited space. Reserve space as soon as possible!

Can parents watch?

Parents and friends are encouraged to watch any "games" but are discouraged from "hanging around" all day. 

What if the player gets injured at camp?

Certified athletic trainers are on duty at all times. In the event of an accident or injury we are minutes away from Saint Vincent Hospital. The staff assumes no responsibility for accidents or illness, on or off the soccer field.

What should I bring to Summer Camp?

There will be three sessions a day so pack accordingly: 

Necessary Items

  • Soccer socks
  • T-shirts/soccer jerseys
  • Soccer shoes (molded preferably)
  • Indoor shoes/ Flats/ Sneakers
  • Shin guards
  • Rain gear (we only go inside for lightning)
  • Alarm clock (the staff will help you wake)
  • Sunscreen and bug spray
  • Personal Toiletries
  • Linens (towels, sheets, and pillow cases)
  • Water Bottle
  • Spending Money 
  • Personal Fan (A/C is not provided at all of the camps)