Welcome to University of Wisconsin Soccer Camp
It is the belief of University of Wisconsin Soccer Camp that to have success and enjoy the game, players need to be trained in all facets of the game. Training sessions will be geared toward teaching each and every soccer camp player to know the roles, responsibilities and skills needed to excel in all areas of the field. Technical ability with the ball and the ability to assess and make good decisions will be an important part of every training activity at the camp. All campers will be put in challenging activities which mimic the pressures felt in the game.
This Total Soccer Player Approach will allow players to see new and rewarding activities which will aid them in their quest of excellence on the soccer field. Coach Trask and his staff will bring passion to the game of soccer for all soccer camp participants.
Camp Updates - Online Registration for 2016 Summer Camps NOW OPEN!!
2016 online camp registration is now open for our Elite Camps, Day Camps. Total Striking Academy coming soon.
Head Coach John Trask discusses being selected for the 2013 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament
Wisconsin Soccer Updates
Former Pupils to leave Trask's footprint on 2014 World Cup
"Unlike many of his fellow coaches in the Big Ten, the ACC and beyond, Trask has had the opportunity to work intimately with a handful of the players named to the U.S.’s preliminary 30-man roster -- nine to be exact."
Link to Full Article: http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/051414aae.html
Tiemeyer recognized as one of country's top assistants
“There is no better assistant in the country and I know Wisconsin would not have made it back to the tournament if it wasn’t for Coach T’s hard work.”
Link to Full Article: http://www.uwbadgers.com/sports/m-soccer/spec-rel/050614aaa.html
John Trask says World Cup will reveal the future of soccer
"So much of John Trask's life revolves around coaching soccer that it's nice for the leader of the University of Wisconsin men's program to sit back and be a fan now and then "
Link to Full Article: Wisconsin State Journal Article