Elite Soccer Camps and Training

An invitation-only camp providing off-season training for elite soccer and futsal talent

The intent of this program is to provide elite (Academy level) players with an opportunity to enhance their game during their off season with coaching by Corlton Simmond, a professional/DA-level coach.. This three-week program requires each group to participate in three 90- minute field sessions per week. In addition, each week the players will be provided with two assignments to maintain a well-rounded curriculum.

The curriculum will be focused on individual player development within a group learning environment. The curriculum will have three stages which will be aligned with the three-week structure.

Players interested in the optional strength and conditioning component should contact Max Latona at mlatona@futsalnh.com.


2004 / Mon, Tues, Thurs:  9-10:30am
2003 / Tues, Thurs: 10:30am-12pm / Fri: 9-10:30am
2002 / Mon, Wed: 10:30am-12pm / Fri: 10:30am-12pm

Cost: $270


  • Three training groups of 12-15 players each; Group 1 birth year 2004;
    Group 2 birth year 2003; Group 3 birth year 2002
  • By invitation only; players sign up for all three weeks of training
  • Each group meets 3x per week at 1.5 hours each training
  • Optional Strength and Conditioning Component (with Saint Anselm Varsity Weight Room and Strength and Conditioning Trainer)

Program Details

  • Training will be at St. Anselm College
  • Program runs from Monday, July 16 – Friday, August 3

Week by week training break down

Week 1 (week of July 16): Technical and Tactical Preparation; Improve Speed of Play 1st five seconds after Transition
Assignments: (1) Tactical Understanding Assignment -Game Analysis 1st Five Seconds; (2) Fitness Assignment -Endurance

Week 2 (week of July 23): Technical and Tactical Preparation; Improve Speed of Play after five seconds after Transition
Assignments: (1) Tactical Understanding Assignment Game Analysis After 1st Five Seconds (2) Fitness Assignment-Endurance

Week 3 (week of July 30): Technical and Tactical Preparation; Improve Speed of Play 15 seconds and beyond after Transition
Assignments: (1) Tactical Understanding Assignment Game Analysis Fifteen Seconds & beyond; (2) Fitness Assignment – Endurance

The curriculum will provide elite players with the challenge to solve issues that the game consistently provides in a realistic learning environment. The four constants of the game (attacking, defending, transition from attack to defend, and transition from defense to attack) will be the driving factor of the curriculum. Weekly assignments will supplement the curriculum so that players are provided with information and knowledge that will address their physical responsibilities and tactical understanding of the game,

Questions? Please contact Max Latona at mlatona@futsalnh.com.

Corlton Simmond Biography

Corlton Simmond is a USSF A-Youth License Coach and is a former Jamaican Junior National player as well as a 2003 FIFA All-Star Selection of African descent. He is currently Technical Director and Coach for Everton Westchester FC’s United States Soccer Development Academy Program (in New York), having recently served for five years as the Director of the US Development Academy and Pre-Academy programs at Seacoast United. Prior to that, he coached soccer in New Hampshire for over 15 years at various levels: six years as Men’s Soccer Coach at Daniel Webster College; two years as a State ODP coach, 15 years as a Club soccer coach, and 10 years as Director of Coaching for Hampshire and Amherst Soccer Club.

During his 15 years of club soccer, Simmond participated in 10 State Cup finals and represented the state at 7 Region I championships. Many of Simmond’s former players have moved on to have successful careers at the collegiate, regional, professional, and national level.

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