2013 Football Camp
Sunday, July 14- Thursday, July 18
Evening Camp 5:30pm-8:00pm
The Wildcat Football Camp is
conducted on the football facilities of the University of New
Hampshire. Our full contact camp
offers specialzed and technical instruction to athletes of every age group regardless of skill or position. Time will be spent
teaching each athlete both offensive and defensive skills as well as flexibility and weight training.
Each camper will receive personal
attention from the best college and high school coaches in the
area. This gives campers
the opportunity to sharpen their skills and techniques shortly before they begin practice with their own
teams for the 2013 season.
Each athlete will receive a free T-shirt. Camp will close with a competition scrimmage on Thursday evening (July 18).
Registration and camper check-in
will be on July 14 from 4:30-5:30pm in the Indoor
Track at the UNH Fieldhouse.
The first session will follow at 6pm.
The Wildcat Football Camp continues
to grow each year. Many of the campers have enjoyed the
to various college programs, which has initiated the recruiting process.
Campers have consistently enjoyed
their expereinces at the Wildcat Football Camp so much that, if
they are eligible,
they return the following year to learn more. The camp gives players the opportunity to
sharpen old techniques and learn new ones.
The University of New Hampshire has
built a tradition of being one of the most successful Division
in New England. Over the past thirty years the Wildcats have produced over 300 wins, a number of conference
and division championships, 110 First Team All-Conference selections, 25 All-Americans, 35 NFL players, 2 Walter
Payton Award Winners, and a Buck Buchanan Award Winner. The Wildcats are once again coming off a highly successful season. In 2012, UNH posted its
ninth consecutive winning season and ninth consecutive trip to the NCAA FCS Playoffs, which is the nation's longest streak. The proud tradition of physical and mental toughness and a tireless work ethic that the UNH program was
built on is still evident today.
Wildcat Camp Staff
The UNH Coaching Staff
Selected Area High School Coaches
Other College Coaches from around New England
$165 before July
$180 after July 1
**must be in the office by July 1 for discount
This includes a week of football
instruction and free camp t-shirt.
This amount includes a $30 non-refundable administrative fee.
For further information call Bob Callahan at (603) 862-1852 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can register and pay online by clicking on the link below. Payment can be made by credit card or echeck.
We would prefer that you register and pay online, but if you woudl like to pay by check you can download the pdf paper registration and return.
Grades 6-9 will practice seperately
from grades 10-12.
Each camper will be instructed for one hour on offense skills and one hour on defense skills each day.
Instructional Periods: 6:00-8:00pm
**This is not an overnight camp**
Campers must supply their own
approved helmet, shoulder pads, pants, football shoes, and mouth
UNH is unable to supply campers with equipment due to NCAA regulations.
Insurance and Medical Staff
Wildcat Football Camp will have insurance available to be used after parental insurance has been exhausted.
There will be a certified athletic trainer in attendance before, after, and during all practice sessions.
Parents are encouraged to come and
watch their children through out the course of the week.
Parking will be at your own cost, we encourage you to park in A Lot which is directly across from the Field House.
UNH Varsity practice fields and weight room are used during camp.
Dressing and shower facilities will be available for use one half hour before and after every practice.
Field Turf (110,000 sq. feet)
Field Turf Field
|Jerry Azumah Performance Center
Olympic and Dumbbell weights, Power lift
Platform Stations, Hammer Strength Machines
The University of New Hampshire is
loated in Durham, a small semi-rural town 15 minutes away from the
UNH is equidistant (80 minutes) from metropoilitan Boston, MA and the White Mountains in New Hampshire.