Residential Camp

Welcome to the North-East Surf Residential Camp, powered by New England and Rhode Island Surf.  We hope that you are enjoying the summer and that you are looking forward to a fun week of soccer.

The North-East Residential Camp is designed for like-minded Surf Players (born in 2013-2012-2011-2010-2009) who want to compete with the Best of the Best players in the North-East region and be coached by some of the best coaches at New England, New Jersey and Rhode Island Surf. 4 days of elite training, coaching, educational workshops, and internal competitions, at one of the best facilities in New England. This is a fantastic opportunity for all the players to showcase their talents and get ready for the 23/24 soccer season!

Residential Camp


Breakdown & Birth Years

5 full days 2013-2009

Day campers - 2014-2009 - 9:00am-5:00pm
Residential Campers - 2013-2009
When & Where

July 23-27

Portsmouth Abbey School - 285 Corys Ln, Portsmouth, RI 02871

What does the camp include?
  • Morning and evening training sessions
  • Competition and internal camp tournaments
  • Fun Activities
  • Camp T-Shirt
  • 5 Days and 4 Nights on Campus
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Coaches and residential advisors on campus
  • End of camp awards

Sign up now for our $50 Early Bird Special

$745 - overnight camp

$395 - day camp

*Use code EARLYBRD


  • 5-6 pairs of training shorts and t-shirts
  • 5-6 pairs of socks
  • Cleats and shinguards
  • Futsal shoes
  • Casual wear for non-soccer activities
  • Sport hat
  • Rain jacket
  • Sunscreen
  • Water bottles
  • Bug spray
  • Personal toiletries
  • Bath towel
  • Sport backpack
  • Pajamas
  • Money for snacks and extra beverages
  • 2 bed sheets and Pillows
  • Fan for the bedroom

Your child will receive 3 meals a day plus dinner on day 1 after check in. Campers with special requests due to a food allergy are strongly encouraged to make the camp director aware of these needs as early as possible in order to accommodate all requests.

There will be a registered nurse or qualified athletic trainer at registration to collect players medical forms and medications.

Players are grouped according to age first, then ability (if enough participants in age group to create multiple different group levels). When the players first arrive at camp, they are placed into a group consisting of other players of the same age within the program. From there the staff evaluates the ability level of each individual over the first 2 training sessions and can adjust the groups accordingly.

A google form will be sent a couple of weeks before the camp. If both campers request one another we will make sure they room. If a roommate request is not made, a camper will be placed with another camper of the same age and gender.

Campers will be housed in the Portsmouth Abbey dorms that sleep 2-3 campers. Coaching staff will reside in the same building

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