Bobadilla Summer Soccer Academy Set to Kick on July 6
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ (June 22, 2021) - The Bobadilla Summer Soccer Academy is now accepting applications for children ages 12 to 15 living in New Brunswick for the 2021 program.
Named after its creator Mike Bobadilla, a Captain with the New Brunswick Police Department, the Bobadilla Summer Soccer Academy is a free 3-plus week summer camp offered with support from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, the New Brunswick Police Department, New Brunswick Tomorrow and Youth Advocate Programs, Inc.
It opens on July 6 and runs Monday to Thursday through July 28 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
This free community program allows New Brunswick kids to build soccer skills and participate in community service projects and workshops.
This year's free academy will be held at the new RWJUH Community Soccer Field at Kossuth (Harvey Street) Park at 76 Harvey Street.
Transportation is not provided for participants.
Applications can be picked up in-person during normal business hours at the offices of New Brunswick Tomorrow located at 390 George Street, Suite #2 or by clicking the appropriate link below:
Click here for English application
Click here for Spanish application