Bolton Soccer


Participation in Spring and Summer Soccer Camps:

Elite players are on a continuous journey to better themselves as a person and as a soccer player, every day and in every way. We have a number of players that have come through our program that are now playing in High School and College. In fact, we have several players that have been actively recruited by college coaches...these are the best of the best. These top players in our program reached this level because they constantly looked for ways to get better. One way is to find training opportunities outside of your Bolton youth soccer team's training program.

Attending a Spring or Summer camp can be an opportunity to learn from certified coaches, compare your skills to those of other clubs and players and meet new friends. Being an elite players requires talent, hard work and most importantly, a desire to do what it takes to excel. Check out a camp or two to find that next level of play or just to enjoy some time with your favorite sport. At the end of the day, it's all about our love for the game...
Coach Stearns


Eastern Connecticut State University (ECSU) has won 11 championships in Little East Conference regular-season and tournament play and played in the NCAA tournament six times. This level of consistent achievement is attained due to the leadership and dedication of an experienced and talented coaching staff. Led by head coach Greg DeVito, they offer a comprehensive program of camps and training opportunities. Current ECSU players assist in training camp participants and give them the opportunity to meet and interact with college players. Located close by on the ECSU campus, a number of our Bolton players have taken advantage of the convenience, great facilities and certified instruction over the last several years. Follow the link below to learn more about the Eastern Youth Summer Camps... View Brochure

Eastern Youth Spring and Summer Camps

Ray Reid Soccer School Development Training Program: Offered for boys and girls from U8-U12 and broken up by age, ability and gender. All training will be at UCONN and Developmental Program players will not be mixed with the Ray Reid residential program. Training group size will range from 10-14 players per coach. The objective is to prepare your child for travel, premiere or the developmental academy level of soccer. We will expose them to training sessions that will help them advance their soccer skills and soccer career. For additional information and registration please visit the Ray Reid Soccer website via the link below or call the camp office at 860-674-1500.

Ray Reid Soccer Developmental Program