2013 Dare to Play Soccer Camp – Denver

Saturday September 7, 2013 – Saturday October 5, 2013

6000 Victory Way

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Saturday, September 7, 3:00-4:00 pm
Saturday, September 14, 3:00-4:00 pm
Saturday, September 21, 3:00-4:00 pm
Game Day – Saturday, October 5, 8:00 p.m.

 

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On Saturdays this September, join the Global Down Syndrome Foundation for the 2013 Dare to Play Soccer Camp! Then on Saturday, Oct. 5, campers will take part in a mini-game at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in front of thousands of fans! Colorado Rapids Technical and Youth staff, Rapids Academy players, and Regis University PALS will be on hand to provide expertise and guidance during the camp.

The camp will be held for males and females with Down syndrome ages 7 and up to learn the basics, camaraderie and the joy of soccer. No experience is necessary, and all abilities are welcome!

Practices for this year’s Dare to Play Soccer camp will take place on Saturdays from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park – home of the Colorado Rapids. Dates of the practices are:

  • Saturday, Sept. 7
  • Saturday, Sept. 14
  • Saturday, Sept. 21

Finally there will be a mini-game on Saturday, October 5, in association with the Rapids game versus the Seattle Sounders. The Rapids game starts at 8:00 pm, and the Dare to Play mini-game will take place at halftime.

The registration cost for this soccer experience is $75 per person (scholarships are available) and includes:

  • Three days of clinic instruction from Colorado Rapids Academy players and Regis University PALS
  • Adidas Rapids soccer uniform that includes a jersey, shorts & socks
  • One (1) Lower Sideline ticket for participant to the Oct. 5 Rapids match vs. the Seattle Sounders, provided by the Colorado Rapids
  • One (1) Lower Sideline ticket for a guest to the Oct. 5 Rapids match vs. the Seattle Sounders, provided by the Global Down Syndrome Foundation
  • Participation in a mini game on the Dick’s Sporting Goods Park field at halftime
  • On-Field recognition during pre-match ceremonies and half-time video feature about the Dare to Play Soccer Camp and the Global Down Syndrome Foundation

Go to our Programs page for more information about the Dare to Play Soccer program.

Questions? Please contact Trish Morris, Program Director of the Global Down Syndrome Foundation, at:
303-807-7898 or tmorris@globaldownsyndrome.org.


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