The summer of 2017 will mark the 22nd year of existence for Eric Kasperowicz's Youth Football Camp "ekfootballcamp." ekfootballcamp is the longest running camp in the greater Pittsburgh region, and the best, having impacted over 5,000 participants.
"We work year-round to build a solid curriculum that provides a fun and educational foundation of the game of football while teaching the athlete the benefits of involvement in the game both on and off the field," said Eric Kasperowicz, Camp Director. "Skill development, safety, and the fun participating within the game is the emphasis at every ekfootballcamp we conduct."
ekfootballcamp is open to youth ages 5-14, is non-contact and designed to improve the child's skill level by teaching fundamentals of the game.
Participants are grouped based on age and skill level. ekfootballcamp is limited to the first 200 participants to register and is conducted by Eric Kasperowicz and his staff, who are players, coaches and professional educators from the collegiate and high school ranks.
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2017 EK FOOTBALL CAMP APPLICATION
- High-Energy Instruction
- Technique Training
- Highly-Interactive Drills
- Chalk Talk
- Skill Competition ("Razzle Dazzle") and Scrimmages
- Life Lessons and Leadership Seminar by Guest Speaker
- Training Provided by High School Players, Coaches and College Coaches
- Quality Football Instruction
- 10:1 Athlete to Coach Ratio
- Certificate of Participation
- ekfootballcamp T-shirt
- Youth Ages 5-14 Eigible to Participate; Grouped Based on Age and Skill Level
- Non-contact; Designed to Teach Fundamentals
- Football Cleats and Mouth Guard Recommended
- Current and Former High School, College and Pro Players Attend to Work With Participants
- NFL Combine Testing
- NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Contest
- Speak to Participants About Life in College or NFL and Sign Autographs
- Fundamentals of All Positions on Offense and Defense Will Be Taught in Addition to Life Skills Such as Goal Setting, Teamwork, Communication, Sportsmanship and the Importance of Education