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Spring Break Soccer Camp: Field Player Skills & Goalkeeper Camp

By Legacy AZ Soccer, 03/06/16, 9:15PM MST


Spring break is right around the corner and Legacy will be holding a Spring Break Soccer Camp that will focus on the development of field players and goalkeepers from March 14-18 at Snedigar Sportsplex. Open to boys and girls, the camps will be conducted by Legacy coaches Andy Bonchoncky and Bryan Gerard.

Register Here (second link on the left)

General Information

Date/time and location
March 14-18
8:15AM - 10:15AM
Snedigar Sportsplex (East Fields #8 & #9) 

Cost and age
Field Player Skills Camp: $130 per camper | Ages U6-U13
Goalkeeper Camp: $130 per camper | Ages U6-U19


The Field Player Skills Camps are conducted by Andy Bonchonsky - Legacy Director of Coaching

Andy’s background includes:

  • Legacy Director of Coaching since 2008.
  • AZ United Men's Professional asst coach in the national USL league since 2014
  • 10 years Director of Coaching for the Bay Oaks Soccer Club in Northern California
  • 12 years of College coaching (8 years UC Berkeley Head Women’s Soccer Coach)
  • 11 years of High School coaching
  • 12 years as a California Olympic Development Program State coach
  • 4 years as a Olympic Development Program West Regional staff coach
  • 20+ years of Youth Club coaching
  • 30+ years of camp coaching experience
  • Former UCLA standout college soccer player

The Camp is designed to develop Magic touches on the Ball Campers will learn over 16 dribbling moves to beat an opponent. Learn to strike the ball with different surfaces of the foot. Collect the ball on a dime. Develop a soft touch of the ball and increase your juggling skills. Come get over 500 quality touches of the ball each day. All skills taught in a fun environment!


The Goalkeeper Camps are conducted by Bryan Gerard - Legacy Director of Goalkeeping

Bryan’s background includes:

  • Started playing soccer in the Legacy when he was 7 years old. And has club playing experience at AZFC and Gilbert Arsenal. He has also played in the local men’s leagues with Rio Salado and EVSL.
  • In high school Bryan played at Hamilton HS on varsity as a Freshman and later played at Mt Pointe HS. He set several records including least goals allowed in a season, most saves in a game, and longest clean sleet record.
  • Bryan played his college soccer at Kansas Wesleyan University.
  • Bryan is also a staff member/coach for the national Soccer Plus soccer camps.
  • Bryan has been a Legacy Director of Goalkeeping since 2009. 

The Camp is designed to develop the individual technical and team tactical skills need for goalkeepers of all ages! Campers will learn technique needed for shot stopping, tactics for controlling the penalty area, and skills needed for accurate distribution.

Spring Camps are open to all players registered to any program in Legacy. A loan form is required for any participants outside of Legacy.