GSU ATL Showcase ID Camp / 2 Day event image

June 29 - 30 2024
GSU ATL Showcase ID Camp / 2 Day

6/29/24 - 6/30/24

Sat 3:00PM to Sun 2:30PM


Marathon Soccer Park

Field Player Early Bird Special

GK Early Bird Special

Lee Squires Soccer Camp goal is to give aspiring collegiate players a platform to showcase their abilities in front of our staff and coaches from other programs. The GSU ATL Showcase is a 2 day event that will largely feature 11v11 games to showcase players in match action coupled with other training opportunities.  Players will learn about the college soccer process and what it takes to get to the next level that includes a recruiting Q & A.

All players, please send & your insurance card and physical needed to participate by 6/21. 

Confirmed Schools (More to be Announced)
  • Georgia Southern University- D1
  • Wake Forest-D1
  • Furman University-D1
  • University of North Georgia- D2
  • Emory University- D3
  • PCDA- Gap Year Academy

The camp is for players who are at least entering High School in the fall of 2025 or have been cleared to transfer by their governing body. 

Multiple schools will be announced and updated. These school will include Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, NAIA, NJCAA.

Times are set to allow players to perform at their best in GA summer weather and allow for travel and accommodations.

For additional questions, please visit our FAQ's

According to NCAA guidelines camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.

Discount available for Summer ID camp with 3 or more players from the same team. 
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What does an ID camper need to bring with them?

  • Soccer clothing for 4 sessions
  • Cleats for natural grass
  • Comfortable clothing/shoes for in between sessions 
  • Shin Guards
  • Soccer Ball
  • Sun screen/bug spray 
  • Drinks bottle

What does Georgia Southern Provide?

  • Equipment
  • Hydration during practice
  • Athletic Trainer on site
  • NCAA recruiting guidelines take home information sheet

Is ID Camp Lunch Provided? What should a camper do at break of ID camp?

Lunch is not provided. Please have a plan to either bring your own or order ahead of time. Some places can have longer waits. In addition, during the break time, we suggest a camper gets out of the sun, hydrates and fuels with food that will best support their athletic performance. 

For the 2 Day Camps, do I need to find a place to stay.

Yes, please find an accommodation that best works for you and your family. 

What is your Refund Policy?

Multiple Day ID Camps – Refund will be offered for full amount minus $50, up to 14 days prior to camp.  If injury or COVID occurs within the 14 days, a credit can be applied to a future camp. No refunds given for no shows.

One Day ID camps – Refund will be offered for full amount minus $25, up to 3 days prior to camp.  After that, it will be a case by case basis. No refunds given for no shows.

All refunds are returned to the card that was used to pay, subject to paying the processing fee of registration.