MVP Invitational Clinic

Spring of 2018

MVP Invitational Clinic 

Designed to provide our NVSC Travel players with the ultimate challenge. Players will be placed in MVP Soccer's professional training level environment. Through MVP Soccer's Proven Professional Curriculum, the MVP staff will ensure that youth players will gain the technical skills; mental preparedness that include discipline & toughness; physical endurance that include muscular endurance and proper growth; & most improtantly, critical thinking through diverse and game-like drills. This year's MVP Invitational will separate players through their appropriate age groups, and each of those age groups will be tested in every aspect of play --- this is to challenge players from all backgrounds and playing levels within our Travel programs to reach their highest potential.

Training will consist of Attack & Defensive drills, Clinical finishing drills, high-level pattern play, high-level technical work, combination play, and vision and field awareness drills.

*A player will be recommended by NVSC Tech. Staff, MVP Staff, or NVSC Coaching Staff, players will be separated by age, and skill by the MVP Coaching Staff.

**If you are a player/parent looking to challenge yourself/your child and have the belief that you/your child can take on this challenge, please contact for player screening and addition into this camp. - We cannot limit your progress and are here to assist your growth, therefore feel free to connect with us anytime. 

Hellwig Park, Manassas, VA. (Outdoors)

 Session Dates Birth Year Time Location Cost

April 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th - May 4th, & 11th

1999 - 2009

 (U9 - U19)

7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Hellwig Park 


Player Grouping as follows:

U17 - U19 

U15 - U16 (This age group will have the ability to move up to the older group)

U12 - U14 (This age group will have the ability to move up to the older group)

U9 - U11 (This age group will have the ability to move up to the older group)

us soccer


us youth soccer




dc united

Serving the soccer needs of the Prince william county area since 1973