Girls from Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia  attend our Camps in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. Athletes come to the Academy to improve their soccer skills in a uniquely fun and positive environment.

Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia Girls Soccer Camp

The Berkshire Soccer Academy for Girls (BSA) is a unique state-of-the-art athletic facility dedicated to girl’s and women’s soccer in New England. The Academy is located in the quaint town of East Otis, Massachusetts, 2 hours by car from Boston and 2.5 hours from New York City. Campers come to the Berkshire Soccer Academy from throughout Northern Viriginia and Washington, D.C.   The Academy is less than 1 hour from Bradley International Airport (located between Hartford, CT and Springfield, MA) which offers direct flights from all three D.C. area airports.  Free airport pickup and dropoff is provided.  We  provide a great girls soccer experience by focusing on individual skill development in a fun and positive environment.

Overnight Girls Soccer Camp Program

The Academy is unique among soccer camps for girls as the only overnight soccer camp for girls to infuse balance and fun into a world-class soccer camp experience. Our focus on providing elite coaches and facilities in a fun environment make us one of the best overnight soccer camps for girls in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia.

We make our athletes better soccer players and better and more well-rounded young women. Girls at BSA receive elite training on our top-quality facilities from qualified and experienced coaching staff. Our goal is to provide a fun and balanced place for every girl to elevate her game to the next level. We focus on player improvement in three main areas: physical, mental and social; while deliberately infusing fun and balance into the learning process.

As one of the few specialty soccer camps set in a traditional camp environment, we encourage our athletes to train hard on the field, and then enjoy a relaxing elective activity, like canoeing or yoga, to decompress and enjoy down-time with friends.

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Athletes Past and Present Come to the Academy from These Virginia Towns:

See the communities where our current and past campers reside

-Arlington, VA
-Centerville, VA
-McLean, VA

Many D.C. and Virginia Athletes Play for These Soccer Clubs

Some but not all of our girls at the Academy come from the following Maryland area soccer clubs:

Canton Youth Soccer Association Burlington Junior Soccer Association

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Getting to Soccer Camp

The Berkshire Soccer Academy for Girls is located approximately 6 hours northeast of Washington, D.C. We offer airport pick-up for campers that are flying to camp. There are direct flights from Washington (IAD) to Bradley International Aiport (BDL) in Hartford, CT. Directions to the Berkshire Soccer Academy for Girls from Washington, D.C.:

Take US-50 East to merge onto the Balt-Wash Parkway ramp. Continue onto MD 295 North. Take the Harbor Tunnel Throughway to merge onto I-895 North. In ten miles, merge onto I-95 North and continue to follow entering Delaware. Continue onto I-295 North/Delaware Turnpike entering New Jersey. Keep left to continue onto US-40 East. Keep left to stay on NJ Turnpike and follow signs for New Jersey Turnpike. Continue onto I-95/NJ Turnpike. Keep left to continue on I-95 North following signs for the George Washington Bridge. Exit onto US-46 East/Route 46 West toward Palisades Park. Follow signs for I-95 North/GW Bridge. Head east on U.S. 9 North entering New York and continue onto I-95 North. Take exit 1C-D for Albany North toward Albany and merge onto I-87 North. Take exit 4 toward Cross County Parkway East. Merge onto Central Park Ave and use the right lane to take the Cross County Parkway East ramp. Follow the signs for Hutchinson Parkway and merge onto Cross County Parkway/NY State Reference Route 907K. Merge onto Hutchinson River Parkway North. Keep left to continue on I-684 North passing through Connecticut and re-entering New York. Take exit 9E for I-84 East toward Danbury. Merge onto I-84 East entering Connecticut. Take exit 20 for CT-8 North toward Torrington. Turn right onto South Main Street, then turn right onto Park Place. Continue onto North Main Street and then CT-8 North/Colebrook River Rd. Entering Massachusetts continue onto MA-8 North. Turn right onto Reservoir Rd. The Academy entrance will be on the right in 1.5 miles.