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MTA Girls College ID Camp

MTA’s Girls College ID Camp is an unparalleled opportunity for girls in Grad Years 2023, 2024 & 2025.
*Open to MTA & non-MTA players*

Girls College ID Camp is hosted by Minnesota Thunder Academy, and is designed to introduce players to some of the top coaches in the midwest while competing with other top female players from Minnesota.

Date: Wednesday, July 27, 2022
Time: 8:00am-3:00pm
Grad Year: 2023, 2024, 2025
Location: HealthEast Sports Center 4125 Radio Dr, Woodbury, MN 55129

Registration Fee: $155 per player  FULL 

MTA Girls College ID Camp is full and registration is closed. Please sign up HERE if you are interested in being added to the waitlist as we often have cancelations due to summer plans, injuries, etc. We will notify you if a spot becomes available. Thank you!

Refund Policy: Refund less $30 non-refundable fee if you must cancel, before July 1. Non-refundable after July 1.

College Coaches:  Please register HERE if you would like to attend the ID Camp

Register now for College ID Camp!

Colleges Committed To Attend*

2021 – Drake University, Iowa State, Kansas State University, North Dakota State University, University of Iowa, University of Kansas, Loyola University Chicago, Marquette University, University of Minnesota, University of Nebraska Omaha, University of North Dakota, University of Northern Iowa, University of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

2020 – Camp canceled due to Covid-19

2019–  DI Schools working with the players: Drake, University of Iowa, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, University of North Dakota, North Dakota State, University of Northern Iowa, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University of Minnesota, University of Tennessee, University of Nebraska-Omaha
DII and DIII schools will also attend to recruit.

2018 – Augustana, Bemidji State, Concordia, Drake, Iowa State, Kansas University, Loyola University Chicago, Macalester, North Dakota State, St Ben’s, South Dakota State, U-Nebraska Omaha, U-North Dakota, U-Northern Iowa, U-Wisconsin, University of Montana

2017 – Kansas, Wisconsin, Iowa State, DePaul, North Dakota State, Loyola Chicago, North Dakota, Northern Iowa, South Dakota State, Drake, and more.

*Subject to change

Location

Why Choose MTA

  • Year-round training with the top talent in Minnesota.

  • Highly-qualified coaches with US Soccer & NSCAA accreditation.

  • Perfect for serious players who seek a high level of competition.

  • Gain visibility to collegiate scouts and national team coaches.

What Parents Say

MTA provides elite coaching and technical training other clubs cannot match. They also understand how to prepare the kids for the next level.

The kids that gravitate to MTA push each other to be better soccer players while being good people.

The coaching is consistent. It doesn’t matter who the coach is or what level—Each and every coach is teaching the players how to possess the ball and increasing their soccer IQ. We are always please with the methods.

The training, teaching of ball control and footwork, and knowledge of game strategy is hands above community clubs.

Training is great! If you want to play college soccer MTA is heads above everyone else.

As the years go by, our son is growing so much as a player and we are excited for his future with the club

Great coaching staff!

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Challenging every player, at every level, thereby giving an equal opportunity to develop to anyone who wants it.

The coaching and training is excellent as well as the facilities for winter training.

MTA provides a safe and effective training environment.  They provide top level coaching for the elite teams and challenge the players to develop their skills.

MTA provides opportunities for soccer players who are very dedicated to the sport through great coaching and playing opportunities.

My son’s coach truly cares about him and every player on his team.

MTA Programs

Minnesota Thunder Academy was created as a model for player development based on the structure of successful European and South American academies.  MTA’s model for player development has proven successful with more players advancing to play collegiately, professionally, and on national teams than any other club in the Upper Midwest.

Ages 8 through 12 are the most critical development years of a soccer player’s career. It is at these ages where the basic fundamental skills of soccer are mastered that allow players to compete and be successful as soccer players at the next level of play and where they develop a true love for the game.  This year-round program is designed for players ages 8-12 years old who have a higher level of ability, commitment, and interest level in soccer. This program helps prepare players who aspire to play on MTA’s Boys ECNL, Girls ECNL or Minnesota NPL teams (Boys & Girls).

Learn more about the MTA Junior Academy >>

The Minnesota NPL program at MTA typically consists of two teams at each age-group (U13-U19), one per gender. All teams train year-round, consistently challenge for State championships, and compete against regional and national opponents.  No Minnesota club has been more successful at developing elite players and teams than MTA.

Learn more about the MTA MN-NPL Program>>

Minnesota Thunder Academy is proud to be the only Minnesota club selected to compete in the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) with both Boys’ and Girls’ teams.

In 2009, the Minnesota Thunder Academy girls program was announced as an inaugural member club of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL), the highest level of female youth soccer in the United States.
Learn more about the MTA Girls ECNL Program >>

The Minnesota Thunder Academy boys program joined Boys ECNL for the 2019-2020 season.
Learn more about MTA Boys ECNL >>

ThunderBolts Development Academy is designed to lay a foundation for the love of soccer, self-discovery and independence for boys and girls ages 6-8. With a focus on technical skills training, the goal is to allow ThunderBolts players to become very comfortable with a ball and eventually be able to make natural decisions based on confidence and skill.

Learn more about the ThunderBolts Development Academy Program >>

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