CHARLESTON, S.C. - Charleston Southern soccer is teaming up with No. 1 Soccer Camps for the ninth consecutive year, offering residential, commuter and day camp programs this summer. Camp dates are from July 16-20 at CSU.
Founded in 1964, Charleston Southern is located near historic Charleston and the beautiful beaches of the South Carolina coastline. Situated on 300 acres, formerly the site of a rice and indigo plantation, Charleston Southern University is in the center of the Charleston metropolitan area.
Charleston Southern facilities include air conditioned dormitories, spacious grass playing facilities, indoor gyms for inclement weather and an outdoor swimming pool. The cafeteria is centrally located between the dorms, fields, and pool, and offers buffet style hot food, as well as, a sandwich and salad bar. The staff provides a snack bar after the evening session offering drinks, pizza, and other snack foods for a nominal fee for our residential camp only.
The No. 1 Soccer Camp at Charleston Southern will be directed by long-time No. 1 Regional Director, Clark Brisson, who in his NCAA playing days was the nation's third-leading goal scorer at the University of South Carolina, where he has also served as an Assistant Coach.
Coach Brisson also coached in the US Soccer Development Academy where his South Carolina United Battery teams are among the leaders in player development having placed 12 players into National Camps and a player in the Residency Program of the US Soccer U17 National Team.
He currently serves as the Director of Coaching for the Chicago Fire Juniors City Program of the Chicago Fire Soccer Club of Major League Soccer and directs their CFJ City Development Academy Program. Associate Directors will feature Head CSU Women's Coach Eric Terrill and Assistant CSU Women's Coach Christ Rostin.
Come join America's Top Camp program for goalkeepers and field players playing on both sides of the ball and become part of the No.1 Soccer Camps' family of over 80,000 satisfied and improved players who have made their mark on soccer fields across the country.