One of America's best-attended recruiting events returns for its 12th year as the annual Focus College Showcase and Select Camp takes place in historic Williamsburg, Virginia on June 22 & 23, 2019.
Providing the unique combination of 7 v 7 tournament play alongside the ability to be coached in small groups by college coaches of your choosing, Focus Showcase and College Select Camp provides the ultimate weekend package for recruiting exposure.
Focus Showcase on Saturday June 22 is a one-day tournament that takes place on 12 multi-sport turf fields at Warhill Sports Complex in Williamsburg, VA - which have been newly replaced this winter - and is open to all age groups. Each team plays five 7 v 7 games, with all pool winners receiving medals.
Having shown the dozens of onlooking college coaches what your team can do on Saturday, on Sunday it is their turn to provide you with their expertise. The Focus College Select Camp usually has around 14-15 universities in attendance, featuring coaches teaching in small groups. This allows players to spend significant time with coaches from schools of interest to them, and provides targeted recruiting exposure and an excellent teaching environment. Requests can be made in advance of the camp as to which coaches are your top choices to work with, but players will also be seen by all coaches in attendance during game play. The list of college coach in attendance will be updated regularly below.
Focus Showcase - Pricing
U14/U16/U19: $750 per team until May 1, $850 thereafter
U12: $450 per team until May 1, $550 thereafter
Individual: $125 until May 1, $135 thereafter
Focus College Select Camp - Pricing
Individual: $165 until May 1, $175 thereafter
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Accommodation: We are close to securing a group rate at one of Williamsburg's numerous hotels and will post info here when it is finalized!
Transport: The nearest major airport to Williamsburg is Richmond International (RIC), around 50 minutes' drive from Warhill Sports Complex. Norfolk International is located around 70 minutes' drive away, but summer traffic in the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel unfortunately often extends this journey. Williamsburg is mostly accessed by car via i-64, which is the main thoroughfare through the Hampton Roads Peninsula.
Things to do: As one of America's most historic towns, there is no shortage of activities in Williamsburg for your downtime during the Showcase and College Select Camp weekend. The theme and water parks at Busch Gardens and Water Country (pictured, left) will suit the thrill-seekers, while the history buffs will enjoy experiencing Colonial Williamsburg, the world's largest living history museum. Nearby Jamestown and Yorktown offer further potential in that regard, as well as beaches on the James and York rivers if you need to cool off. Williamsburg is also home to numerous parks and walking and biking trails if the field hockey hasn't worn you out, while there are also plenty of restaurants, breweries and wineries to choose from. Check out USA Today's summary of the area in a 2018 article, or look through TripAdvisor's top 15 things to do in Williamsburg for more info!