The Indiana Soccer Camp is recognized as one of the nation’s leading soccer camps with a reputation built over twenty-five years.  The same environment is brought to the Indiana Soccer Day Camp at Karst Soccer Complex.

Indiana Soccer Day Camp

Camp Details

Half Day:   Ages 6-13 years old (at time of camp)  9am-12noon
The Half Day program is recommended for beginner soccer players and players who may not be ready for multiple training sessions per day.  Each group is divided by age and ability to ensure the best learning environment for all campers.  This program is designed to teach technique, small tactical situations, and continued appreciation for the game of soccer.

All Indiana Soccer Day Camp programs are available for boys and girls!

(Note Camp runs Monday-Thursday)

About Programs

Yes! Indiana Day Camp will have a full-time student health professional from the Indiana University Athletic Department.
Campers will not need a lunch at camp.  However, we encourage campers to bring a snack when we take our morning break at 10:30am.
  • Shin guards are required.
  • Soccer Socks.
  • Soccer shoes or sneakers are fine for Little Stars and young campers.
  • Cleats for Half Day and Full Day campers.
  • CLEAN indoor soccer shoes or sneakers for indoor activities.
  • Flip Flops (soccer slides) for easy option during snacks and lunch.
  • Water jug.
  • Snack (and lunch for full day campers).
  • Please clearly label all items with camper’s name, including cleats, as most cleats look the same!
  • If weather permits, we will have a special “Splash Pad” time at the Karst Park. Watch for announcements to bring a towel that day!  Campers splash in their soccer clothes and wrap up in a towel for the car ride home.

FRIDAY morning:  Wear your Indiana Soccer Camp T-shirt to camp!

Absolutely. Many of the campers are beginners once they enter this camp. This camp is designed for all skill levels. We encourage your child to bring a friend that has not yet been introduced to this exciting sport to help spread the passion for soccer in schools around Bloomington.
If your son is excelling in his/her camp group, the staff coach and camp director will make a decision whether or not your son would benefit by moving to an older age group.
Grandview Elementary has given Indiana Day Camp tremendous help by allowing our camp to use their facilities. During times of inclement weather we will have access to the gymnasium for short periods to continue teaching camp skills as well as the lunch room and auditorium for soccer films and trivia. Please remind your child bring indoor shoes with him/her each day to camp. Camp will be canceled only when Karst Park determines fields completely unplayable due to consistent wet conditions. Refunds cannot be given for any partial cancellations due to weather, as the camp expenses do not change (leasing fields, equipment, staff salaries all stay the same regardless). In the last ten years, only 1.5 days of camp total have been canceled. We do everything we can do to stay on schedule, but must respect the field maintenance and school custodial decisions.
Please make every effort to be on time for pick up. However, a camp director will always stay in the parking lot after camp until every camper has been picked up.
Yes, each child should bring a water bottle. It is recommended that Full Day campers bring a larger water jug. There are water coolers available for refilling jugs.
Yes. We will keep a lost and found box close to concessions throughout the day. Please double check your child every day upon picking him/her up to make sure they have their cleats, shoes, shin guards, lunch box, and water bottle as lost and found items add up quickly.
Those who cannot attend Day Camp for medical or other reasons will be refunded all but a $25 processing and handling fee. Cancellations may be made until 8:00 am on the first day of camp. All cancellations must be completed in writing by email to

Frequently Asked Questions

Day Camp Facilities

Located within a beautiful park setting, Karst Soccer Complex provides an excellent camp environment.  The Karst Soccer Complex is comprised of seven well-maintained soccer fields that provide a fun learning advantage for those participants in the Indiana Soccer Day Camp.

Grandview Elementary will serve as the camp headquarters, providing an excellent indoor facility for all the camper’s needs.  The school offers a gymnasium, auxiliary rooms for video and meeting space, and a large cafeteria for the camper’s snack and lunch needs.

Karst Soccer Complex:
Additional information regarding our camp facility can be accessed below.
link to Karst Soccer Complex

Grandview Elementary:
Grandview Elementary, adjacent to Karst Soccer Complex, will serve as camp headquarters throughout the week of camp.  All drop-off and pick-up duties will be located at the school.
link to Grandview Elementary

What to Bring to Day Camp

  • Shin guards are required.
  • Soccer Socks.
  • Soccer shoes/cleats.
  • CLEAN indoor soccer shoes or sneakers for indoor activities.
  • Flip Flops (soccer slides) for easy option during our morning snack.
  • Water jug.
  • Snack.
  • THURSDAY morning: Wear your Indiana Soccer Camp T-shirt to camp!
  • Please clearly label all items with camper’s name, including cleats, as most cleats look the same!

Day Camp Staff

Indiana Soccer Day Camp is directed by Indiana University Men’s Soccer Head Coach Todd Yeagley.  Coach Yeagley, along with IU assistants Kevin Robson, Christian Lomeli, and Tanner Thompson lead a staff of qualified youth soccer coaches.  Our Day Camp features the best of Bloomington youth and high school coaches, as well as past and present players from the Indiana Men’s and Women’s teams.