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Gatorade Junior Training Camp
Registration is open.
For the 22nd consecutive year, the Seattle Seahawks will host FREE Gatorade Junior Training Camps during Summer 2017. A total of six Gatorade Junior Training Camps will be open to kids ages 7-14 and focus on football skills and drills. Host cities include Ferndale, Issaquah, Renton, Seattle, Sumner and Vancouver. The two-hour clinic combines basic football fundamentals that focus on self-improvement and a motivational life-skills session with a Seahawks player, coach or alumni.
Each Gatorade Junior Training Camp has a limited number of participants and you must be registered the participate. We will not allow any unregistered walk-ups to attend the camp. Please note we will not be hosting the Sea Gals mini-cheerleading camp this year.
Registration is Open
2017 Gatorade Camp Dates and Locations:
• Sold Out: June 22 - Renton Community Center, Cedar River Park – Renton, WA – 12-2 PM
• Sold Out: June 27 - Sumner School District Stadium - Sumner, WA – 12-2 PM
• Sold Out: June 29 - Ferndale H.S., Ferndale, WA – 12-2 PM
• Sold Out: July 7 - Skyline H.S., Sammamish, WA – 12-2 PM
• Register: July 11 - Camas H.S., Camas, WA – 12-2 PM
• Sold Out: July 13 - Genesee Playfield, Seattle, WA – 12-2 PM
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the cost of the Gatorade Junior Training Camp?
All activities are free. Youth ages 7-14 must pre-register online to participate in the Gatorade Junior Training Camp and parents are welcome to watch from the stands.
Q: How many spaces are available for the activities?The first 150 participants that register online for the Gatorade Junior Training Camp will be guaranteed a spot.
Q: What is the skill-level expectation for the activities?
All skill-levels are welcome. The football camp is non-contact and includes basic football drills.
Q: What should one wear to camp?
Athletic shoes, shirts, and shorts. Put on your Seahawks gear and join us! Please no bare feet or sandals.
Q: What time do I need to pick my child up?
Because of SAFETY reasons, please arrive thirty (30) minutes before the scheduled end of the camp.
Q: What happens if my child gets hurt?
Every effort is made to ensure that injuries do not occur. Program participants are required to follow the coaches' procedures for conditioning, warm up, stretching, and cool downs, and to exercise caution when using any athletic equipment. When an injury occurs, parents and program participants are expected to remain calm and let the trainer(s) or camp coaching staff administers aid. Camp participants, other than the injured athlete, must remain clear of the injury. The parents/guardians of the injured student will be contacted immediately and will be expected to return to the Seahawks Gatorade Junior Training Camp site. The site coordinator for each Seahawks Gatorade Junior Training Camp will have a cellular telephone on site at all times AND WILL CALL 911 in the case of an emergency. The site coordinator must have a base knowledge of the facility in-order to provide the emergency response team with the proper entry/evacuation points.
Q: Who are the coaches of the Gatorade Junior Training Camps and how are they qualified?
The Seattle Seahawks believe that the fundamental purpose of participation in youth sports is to enhance physical and emotional growth. Our goal is to encourage a positive attitude in young men and women while teaching them football skills in a safe environment. Camp coaches are selected to serve as teachers and role models for camp participants.
Q: What other ways can my child get involved in football?
The NFL and the Seattle Seahawks encourage students to participate in youth football programs. To learn more, please visit www.seahawks.com/community and select the Youth Football tab.
For additional questions, please call the Seahawks Fan Development Department at #425.203.8000