Posted On December 12, 2012 by PUSC
Fresh from attending the US U14 National Camp, Cody Sunquist jetted off again to represent PUSC in Phoenix at US Club’s ID2 camp for boys born in 1999 and 2000.
The four day camp consisted of high-level training and off-field sessions at Grande Sports World in Casa Grande, Arizona.
id2 Program Training Camps are invitation-only events that bring together the nation’s top male and female youth players for four days of competition, evaluation and fun. U.S. Soccer National Team staff, some of the nation’s top coaches, as well as elite guest coaches and players, attend id2 Program Training Camps. In addition to the on-field sessions, id2 Program Training Camps feature guest speakers, lectures/classroom sessions and other offerings, which make for a complete experience.
Every id2 Program Training Camp is attended and scouted by U.S. Soccer staff members. Aided by their time at US Club Soccer’s id2 Regional Training Camps, numerous attendees of past camps have advanced into U.S. Soccer’s National Team programs.
The age groups for the camps are selected in order to more closely align with scouting priorities for the U.S. Soccer U14 National Teams. The id2 Program Training Camps are part of US Club Soccer’s id2 National Player Identification and Development Program and provide an opportunity for the country’s top youth players to be identified and developed for inclusion in U.S. Soccer’s National Team programs.
Good luck to Cody!
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