Georgetown Athletics Association

Clubs Teams

Interested in joining a club team?

Here is a list of Clubs in Massachusetts. Best thing to do is ask around. There are 3-4 Clubs in the area (see above) that do a nice job. Please research the various Clubs to find the one that is right for your player.

Soccer Clinics and Summer Camps

- Summer Camps -
Information on registration pages is the correct info. We appologize for any discrepancy found.


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, unfortunately the Challenger Camp has been cancelled for summer 2020.

AZTEC/Skillz Check Soccer Academy

July 27 - 30 @ Governor's Academy‚Ä®>Players 10 and under 
Full Day 9a - 3p $375; Half day 9a - 12p $125

GPS SUMMER CAMP (2 separate weeks offered)

$155 per player
Voucher: DMVCTB  (save $35 off of camp tuition for all Georgetown Youth Soccer Members) 

> Week #1: July 20 - 24, 9-12 @ Penn Brook

> Week #2: GPS Aug 3 - 7, 9-12 @ Penn Brook 



$40 per player 
Two 1 hr 15 min time slots: U7 - U10 and U11 - U14 
*There will be no players younger than U7 
** limited space ( up to 27 players total)

- GYSA Free Summer Soccer -

> Once a week starting in the summer (Exact start TBD, day/time TBD)
> @ Penn Brook Field #4 (field closest to school) for G4 and G6 Girls registered for the fall season

> Once a week starting in the summer (Exact start TBD, day/time TBD)
> @ Penn Brook Field #4 (field closest to school) for G4 and G6 Boys registered for the fall season

This is soccer for the fun of soccer, so grab your cleats and shin pads, water bottle and soccer ball and meet us at Penn Brook for some light training and tons of scrimmaging. There is no commitment or sign-ups (come once, or every Thursday all summer), no fee (yes, this is free to all fall registered G4 and G6 players) and it is led by current GYSA coaches and Board members.

Depending on how many participants we get each week, we’ll split the kids up based on age and focus on stamina, ball skill and for the younger kids learning how to use the bigger field. Our goal is to keep up their soccer skills over the summer break, work on a few fundamentals and have a ton of fun just playing soccer.

Parents: If you stay at the field, we ask that you refrain from instruction from the sideline. Our intent is for this to be a fun and relaxed soccer opportunity. When it feels like a Saturday game, kids get stressed out. Thanks for your understanding.