The International Street Soccer Association will bring its renowned Creative Skill Camp to central Arkansas this summer as part of a national tour of one of the most unique youth-soccer camps in the country.
The weeklong camp will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on July 17-21 at Arkansas Indoor Soccer, which is located at 6611 Young Road in Little Rock. The camp is open to youth soccer players ages 8 to 17.
Darren Laver, the camp director and former Yeovil Town player from England who will be running the Little Rock sessions, is a playable character on the FIFA Street video game and is recognized as one of the leading street-soccer coaches and skill performers in the world.
The camp features inflatable street-soccer fields, a DJ booth that provides music throughout the sessions, and a week of amazing street-soccer skills that will awaken the creativity in every player attending and send them home smiling and ready to find a ball to work on the new moves they have learned.
“A great soccer education system should inspire and make people want to come for more. It should be the stomping ground for innovators and people with a vision,” Laver said.
“Street soccer is for those who refuse to let their individuality, creativity, and imagination die,” Laver said.
For more information and to register, visit streetcamps.com.