• Finnhockey School Hockey Camps

Finnhockey School Hockey Camps

Come and get unforgettable experiences from Vierumäki, Finland!

Finnhockey School camps hosted by Vierumäki are coming again. The camps are made with cooperation of the Finnish Ice Hockey Federation (FIHA) and the International Ice Hockey Center of Excelence. Camp themes and activities are designed along FIHA with recognition of Finnish development pathway to support individual development of each participant. Camps are planned and implemented by professional coaches (two head coaches, assistant coach and goalie coach for each group) who have a plenty of experience in coaching children and young athletes. They are also trained by FIHA and VIerumäki experts annually to work at Finnhockey School in accordance with camp values, themes and contents. The camps will be focusing on learning, overall skill development, shooting/scoring, skating, stickhandling, passing and game sense. The camps are open to all skill levels players of age 9-16 year-old girls and boys who want to become better hockey players.

Goalies!

Goalie training program during all camps focusing on individual skill developmental and game situations. What is the better way to have fun, learn and improve your skills of our favourite sport through summer while meeting new friends who love hockey as much as you?

The camp price includes accommodation and dining:

  • On Ice Skills Training Sessions
  • Small Games Training
  • Off ice Program daily
  • Camp Jersey and Shirt
  • Flowpark
  • New friends
  • Beach and sauna/lake party
  • Fun Fun Fun

Parents are welcome to lodge at Vierumäki during a Finnhockey School camps and enjoy all our services.

Dates, summer 2018

03.-07.6.2019  Scoring camp

10.-14.6.2019  Skating camp

16.-20.6.2019  Game sense camp

24.-28.6.2019  Skating camp

01.-05.7.2019  Scoring camp

15.-19.7.2019  Game sense camp

29.7.-2.8.2019 Scoring camp

Price

€430/person with full board

 

You can find more information on our website.

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