Wave Pros Lead Soccer Camp at Germantown

June 16, 2012

Wave Pros Lead Soccer Camp at Germantown
Veteran Giuliana Oliviero directs session from June 25 – June 29

MILWAUKEE (June 15, 2012) – Campers attending the Wave Soccer Summer Camp in Germantown, June 25-29 at Friedenfeld Park have the opportunity to learn from professionals from the 2012 MISL Championship team. Giuliana Oliviero is the Milwaukee Wave Pros scheduled to coach in Germantown.

Wisconsin’s most popular summer camp offer personalized instruction from professional players at every camp instructing players on fundamentals of technique and tactics. The Wave also offers something for all level of players. The Overnight Academies have two select camps, while the favorite Mini-Kickers, Half-Day and Full-Day programs continue with their success. Our speciality programs include Team, Striker, Goalkeeper and Futsal Academy camps as well as our 3 day All-Star Invitational camps.

In addition to quality, professional coaching on a personal level each camper will receive a Milwaukee Wave Summer Camp soccer ball, t-shirt, four Wave tickets for next season and a certificate of participation.

Discounts for multiple camps, multiple family members and referrals are available. For more information visit milwaukeewave.com or call 414.224.9283.

The Milwaukee Wave professional indoor soccer team is the longest-running professional soccer team in the country. The Wave completed their 27th season by winning their fifth Major Indoor Soccer League championship. Their summer camp program is the largest team-operated program in the country. For more information about the Milwaukee Wave, visit milwaukeewave.com or call 414-224-9283.

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