FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How much does it cost to register?
3-Day Camp: $295
4-Day Camp: $325
5-Day Camp: $365
1/2 Day Youth Camper: $185
What are the camp hours each day?
Generally, camp hours are as follows, though you will receive an email with your exact camp hours one week prior to camp:
Day 1 check in 8:45/9am
9am-4pm daily (Lunch at 12pm)
High School Camps & Middle School Camps:
Day 1 check in 12pm - Training Session 12:30-5pm
Every day after 9am-5pm (Lunch at 12pm)
Is lunch provided?
No, players must bring their own lunch and snacks each day.
What should my camper bring to camp each day?
Bring a soccer ball, shin guards, water bottle snacks and lunch.
Do campers receive t-shirts?
Yes, every camper at each camp receives 2 camp t-shirts at check in.
Is there a camp store to buy UNC merchandise?
Yes, we will have a camp store every day at 4pm. There is also a pre-order through our online store. Pre-order is the way to guarantee you get the things you want, because the on site store is limited to whatever we can bring to your location.
Do you offer keeper training?
Yes, we have dedicated keeper training at every camp.
What is your refund/cancellation policy?
We ask that anyone wishing to cancel their registration email Kevin at our camp office:
We must receive the written notification 15 days prior to the start of the camp in order to refund any payments already made less the $55 non-refundable fee.
Another option would be to request a credit for any amount already paid to be applied to a future camp. Any cancellation made less than 15 days prior to the start of the camps, for any reason, will receive a credit for the amount already paid to be applied to a future camp.
Will Anson be at camp?
Anson and the current women's soccer staff will only be at satellite camps as their schedules allow. In truth, this is rare. Some of our camps may have special guests from UNC, USWNT and NWSL players, but this is only as their busy schedules allow and occasionally happens.
All of our staff are UNC approved coaches, former staff members, alumnae and current Tar Heels whenever possible.
Our camp director, Jason Sisneros, served as the Tar Heels assistant coach for five years, and assistant recruiting coordinator for two of those. Jason was part of the 2012 NCAA National Champion staff, as well as the 2013 ACC Regular-Season Champions, 2016 ACC-Tournament Champions and College Cup and was selected by Anson to run the satellite program for his expert knowledge of the program and camps. Jason has been involved in UNC camps since 2003.
How can we host a camp near me?
Contact Jason at and inquire about future dates. We have limited weeks, so the sooner you reach out the more likely we can come to your area.