Frequently Asked Questions

How do I register my child for camp?

  • Complete online registration. It is setup for Visa, MasterCard and Discover payment.
  • Each session requires a $250.00 non-refundable deposit for full day camp OR full payment for half day program option (non-refundable).
  • Any Remaining Balance for Varsity FULL Day Program is due on or before June 12, 2020. Remaining Balance payments by check only – No credit cards.
  • If you prefer to pay by check, make checks payable to NFASC and send to PO BOX 1592 Doylestown, PA 18901.
    Deposit check must be received within 7 days of online registration.
  • You will receive an email confirmation after we receive registration and payment.

What forms are required for my child’s participation in camp?

The following Forms must be completed – NO Exceptions: 

  1. Registration Form: Completed online or download and send with payment to NFASC PO Box 1592, Doylestown, PA 18901
  2. NFASC Medical Form: Must be downloaded and completed by parent/guardian and physician.
    *Return to NFASC PO Box 1592, Doylestown, PA 18901
  3. NFASC Player Code of Conduct Rules & Waiver Form must be downloaded and completed by parent/guardian and camper.
    *Return to NFASC PO Box 1592, Doylestown, PA 18901

Are there camp discounts?

What is the refund/cancellation policy for camp?

Due to camp administration expenses, banking fees, contracts, and costs with our service providers and all other camp arrangements, our refund policy is as follows:

  • For the Varsity Full Day Camp: The $250.00 deposit required for each registration is non-refundable for any reason. This includes all cancellation reasons, including medical or injury circumstances. If payment for the Varsity Full Day Program has been paid in full, the remaining camp balance minus the $250.00 non-refundable deposit will be used as a credit for a camp session the following summer. This credit may be used only by the registered camper. NFASC must receive any camp cancellation by July 1, 2020.
  • For the Youth Half Day Camp: Full payment required for registration entire fee is non-refundable for any reason. This includes all cancellation reasons, including medical or injury circumstances. If NFASC receives camp cancellation by July 1, 2020, a $100.00 camp credit may be issued for the Youth Half Day Camp Program the following summer to be used only by the registered camper.

What should my child pack for camp each day?

  • See “Suggested Packing List” on camp website under Forms.

What is the Daily Schedule for camp?

  • See the Program Schedule on camp website under Forms.

Is there an ice machine?

  • Ice is available in the Dining Hall during lunch and on the fields during training for medical use. Ice is not available for personal use.

Availability of water/ fluids?

  • Water coolers are provided on the training fields during sessions. Campers are encouraged to bring personal water containers.

What is the procedure for campers who take medicine regularly?

  • Please complete our Medical Form with all pertinent info and written instructions.
  • There will be a Certified Athletic Trainer available to administer medicine according to dosage instructions. Please notify Camp Director prior to camp session.

Can you accommodate food allergies?

  • Usually, not always. Check with Camp Director. Dining Hall will be notified of all special dietary needs. (Gluten-free, peanut allergies, etc.)

How do you place players in groups?

  • We first separate players by grade (as of September 2020), male / female, then by skill level. Players can be shifted to other divisions if we determine their current group does not present a challenge.

Can my child be in the same group as his/her friends?

  • Usually, yes.  If your child needs to be in a different group other than his/her age division, arrangements can be made.  Contact Camp Director.

What happens in case of inclement weather / rain?

  • Our schedule will proceed as normal with moderate rain / weather situations. However, in more severe situations (and obviously, lightning) we have access to indoor facilities for training and futsal. Also, we have reserved the Friday of each week as an inclement weather make-up day.

What about staff?

  • Our training staff ratio will usually be one staff member per every ten campers. This will vary slightly depending on age groups.
  • Our training sessions are run by our Camp Director and Head Coaching Staff. Our collegiate Counselor Staff do not run sessions – they are assistants and demonstrators under the direction of our Head Staff.
  • All of our staff members must complete criminal background checks – no exceptions.


  • Parents/Families from the same area or team can arrange car pools.
  • We must have written permission from the parent/guardian with detailed arrangements.
  • This can be done on a weekly or daily basis.