PASCAGOULA, Miss. - The 8th annual Gulf Coast Crew 3v3 soccer tournament continued to provided a fun and competitive soccer environment for area Mississippi teams as well as competitors from surrounding states. Good wither and quality fields allowed for another great event. Hundreds of goals were scored before the champions were crowned in divisions that ranged from under-8 to adults.
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GULF COAST, Miss. - The Gulf Coast Crew continues to provide youth soccer camps on the Mississippi Gulf Coast this summer. Annual day-camps in George County and Pascagoula this July were received with positive feedback and will continue to be annual events for area youth players. In the process of being scheduled are 2 new similar camps; a winter camp in George County and a spring camp in Biloxi. More updates are coming soon.
PASCAGOULA, Miss. - The 9th annual Gulf Coast Crew Soccer Camp in Pascagoula, MS continued to grow as 30 campers spent three mornings learning from Crew academy staff coaches and also current college soccer players from the University of Southern Mississippi and William Carey University. This annual day-camp is co-hosted along with the City of Pascagoula.
ANNUAL GEORGE COUNTY SOCCER CAMP CONTINUES TO GROW
LUCEDALE, Miss. - Over 60 youth soccer players attended the 3rd annual Gulf Coast Crew camp in George County. Three mornings of sun and soccer allowed for plenty of action and learning. The "kiddie kicks" (ages 5-7) had plenty of fun and games that included the basics of soccer while 3 other groups of older players took part in more advanced soccer training and instruction. Additionally, goalkeepers were separated from the field players for goalkeeper specific training for a few minutes each day.
PLENTY OF RAIN & MUD AT 2017 GEORGE COUNTY SOCCER CAMP
LUCEDALE, Miss. - Wet conditions didn't stop the success of the 4th annual Gulf Coast Crew summer soccer camp in George County, MS. Campers got a little muddy while learning new techniques and tactics through the 3 days of camp. Almost 50 campers attended camp despite the weather conditions. The camp staff and the campers looked past the mud and made sure camp was full of fun and learning.