Friday, June 7, 2019


My daughter is getting hyped up for going to soccer camp by cheering on the United States women's national soccer team as they play in the FIFA Women's World Cup. This big tournament that is taking place in France from June 7 - July 7 is showcasing the talent of some of the best female soccer players in the world. My daughter has made me promise that we will watch Team USA's games together on television to root for them to win.

Watching this international soccer competition is sure to rev up her enthusiasm for attending Challenger Sports camp in August. This will be the third summer in a row my kids participate in a week-long Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp. They both enjoy themselves attending these camps and always see an improvement in their skills as they begin the Fall soccer season. While my son and daughter both are really enthused about attending soccer camp again this summer, she is a bit more amped up because the Women's World Cup has captured her attention.

To help camp attendees and their families follow along with the tournament, Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp has provided with a bracket chart and television schedule for all the games. Team USA is in bracket F playing against Chile, Sweden and Thailand in the first round of the Women's World Cup. The team's with the best record in each bracket then move on to the next rounds of single elimination games until a tournament champ is determined. Go USA!

Just like this tournament, Challenger Sports summer camps have an international element to them. They bring in instructors from the United Kingdom, France, Spain and Brazil that serve not just as coaches but also international ambassadors for the kids who participate in Challenger Sports camps. My kids have really liked learning about the foreign countries the young adults who have worked at their camps have come from and learned a few soccer tips unique to those locals.

They've had camp counselors from England, Ireland, Brazil and Wales the last few years. The twins are already curious about what countries their coaches for this year's Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp will be from. We will find out in a few more weeks!

There is still time to sign up for Challenger Sports International Soccer Camps taking place throughout the United States.

Go to to find a location near you and learn more details about these summer camps.

A Geek Daddy received complimentary admission to Challenger Sports International Soccer Camp via U.S. Family Guide for my two children in exchange for promotional consideration. Opinions expressed are honest and my own. If my son and daughter didn't enjoy these camps we wouldn't have had them attend three years in a row. Click here to read about last year' s experience.

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