Camps / Clinics


Upcoming Camps & Clinics:

2022 Youth Camps

in partnership with Socceroof


This year we are excited to continue running safe, fun and productive soccer camps at our home facility, Socceroof, during public and private school breaks.  Since the summer of 2020, our camps at Socceroof have provided a fulfilling soccer environment, for kids to safely spend their day.

At all Brooklyn City F.C. camps this year, a strong emphasis is placed on fun and safety for all campers in attendance.  Players are coached and supervised directly by Brooklyn City F.C.'s professional coaching staff in a safe,  and controlled environment at Socceroof.  All players will stay in dedicated groups of no more than 12-13 or less, for the entire day.  Over 100 windows are opened throughout the facility to provide maximum outdoor ventilation.

Socceroof has worked closely with Brooklyn City F.C. to meet all current health, sanitary, and safety standards.

Brooklyn City camps are now available in 2 Socceroof facilities, serving more neighborhoods in Brooklyn with a local soccer summer camp option!




2022 Summer Camps

    • Week 1:  June 20-24 (Monday-Friday)
    • Week 2:  June 27-July 1 
    • Week 3:  July 4-8 
    • Week 4:  July 11-15 
    • Week 5:  July 18-22 
    • Week 6:  July 25-29 
    • Week 7:  Aug 1-5 
    • Week 8:  Aug 8-12 
    • Week 9:  Aug 15-19 
    • Week 10:  Aug 22-26 
    • Week 11:  Aug 29-Sept 2 
  • TIMES:
    • Full Day:  9am-3pm  |  Early drop-off possible
    • Half Day:  9am-12pm  |  Early drop-off possible
    • Socceroof Sunset Park:  14 53rd Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn
    • Socceroof Crown Heights:  1700 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn
    • Socceroof Sunset Park:  $450 / player ::  $375 / player Sibling discount.
    • Socceroof Crown Heights:  $350 / player ::  $300 / player Sibling discount.
    • Other discounts available for booking multiple camps.
    • Individual day pricing also available on request.
  • WHO:  Boys and Girls born 2007-2016, Open to ALL players, ALL clubs

Limited Scholarships available, please contact us directly to inquire:


Brooklyn City F.C. / Socceroof Camp FAQs


* Why isn't camp "outdoors"?  The Sunset Park facility is a semi-outdoor facility with over 100 windows providing natural ventilation throughout the fields, as well as a rooftop patio that includes eating areas, and turf activity area for soccer tennis, badminton, volleyball and more!   In contrast to most public parks, the facility provides a stable controlled environment that is insured, maintains clean bathrooms, sanitizer, a snackbar, and more.   The Crown Heights facility features a natural ventilation system that pull air through exhaut vents in the ceiling and maintaining an ongoing natural air flow.

* Will the players be playing soccer?  Yes.  The day will incorporate a combination of training and fun games to promote skill development.  The campers will not be playing soccer 100% of the time, and will also take part in other soccer/sport related activities that Socceroof has to offer.

* Where/how will campers eat?  Groups will move to the outdoor roof patio of Socceroof for lunch (Sunset Park facility only), providing the safest possible environment.  We are working on coordinating a delivered meal option for players to purchase.  Stay tuned!

* How will groups be formed and managed?  Camp groups will be limited to 8-12 players per group with 1-2 coaches per group.  Players will be grouped by age & level.  Coaches will have the liberty to change player between camp groups depending on dynamics between the kids, assessment of level, etc.   Any changes are for the benefit of the players experience at camp.

* What if I want to play with my teammates?  We highly recommend teammates coordinating between parents and signing up for the same week(s) of camp.  If we have a group largely consisting of players from 1-2 teams we can tailor the activities to maximize productivity.

* Can I (parents) watch the camp?  Yes you can, for limited periods, especially for younger campers who may be nervous.  However we do recommend eventually leaving the kids so they can fully immerse themselves in the camp and socialize with the rest of the campers and staff.