Trinity Sports Camp - Trinity Soccer
Trinity Soccer aims to provide the highest level of soccer development.
Every soccer player is set apart by 3 different categories 1) Their athletic abilities/potential 2) Their technical abilities 3) Their tactical awareness/decision making.
At Trinity we aim to assess, to teach, and to equip every player that we train to have the ability to progress at each of these three categories. We believe that every player should feel confident and comfortable with the ball at their feet, that every player should be able to have at least 2 different options when they’re on the ball, and a keen understanding of how to use their athleticism to their fullest potential.
We work with all levels of players, from those that are just wanting to enjoy their sport more to players enjoying a career of soccer at the highest levels.
We have already worked with athletes on the their local rec soccer teams, on elite classic teams, on ODP, Regional ODP, PDL, WPSL, Collegiate, and those that have been called up at a national level.
Currently, Trinity was just hired to begin overseeing the athletic and individual technical development of all athletes within the Adidas Premier club soccer program Westside Timbers (formerly Westside Metros and has recently partnered with MLS team Portland Timbers).
Trinity Soccer Offers training to the following:
Personal Training - Individual skills/technical training
Group Training – 2+ working with skill and tactical development
Team Training – Rec, Club, High School, and College – Trinity will come out to your school/team and run full training sessions or teams are able to come use the Trinity facilities to train as well
Camps - Trinity host an annual Summer and Winter soccer camp that is open registration. We are also able to create a camp at a school or club request.For more information go to Soccer Camps
Congratuations To T.C. Chung and Jonah Book. Two of our younger, and more talented, Trinity Soccer Camp members were invited to the U.S. Club Soccer National Training Camp in November. Best of luck boys! To read the article Click Here