MSC Summer Camp International
Summer – Day Camp (9am – 4pm)
Do you want to give your child the opportunity to test a lot of different sports?
Are you looking for a camp in Stockholm?
Then Multi Sport Camp is the camp for you!
Improve your English skills during the summer holidays through sports while making new friends
1 camp = 12 sports
Multi-Sport Camp is a day camp for children and youths at 6-16 years. The camps are individualized, and group division is according to age. During the summer camp week, we train more than 12 sports, all under the guidance of professional and dedicated coaches.
The international camp is training parallel with the Swedish speaking camp. At this camp, there will be 5 groups of Swedish speaking and 3 groups of English speaking. When coaches are training with the international groups the coaches will only be speaking English
Sport Campus Östermalm
Located behind the Royal Institute of Technology, facing the Liljan forest you will find GIH’s (Swedish School of Sports & Health science). With its tranquil green surroundings and outdoor tennis courts, it offers perfect settings for a sports summer camp!
The coaches at camp make sure that the participants get a safe, developing and eventful camp. It will be an unforgettable summer week with joy and community and for many; new friends for life.
At the Swedish School of Sports & Health Science, our future sports scientists and sports coaches are educated. Since the start of the Multi-Sport Camp, in the summer of 2005, many of the students of the school are looking for summer-jobs at camp activities and we believe that is the primary and best combination to bring pure sports coaches to our camps. The coaches at camp make sure that the participants get a safe, developing and eventful camp. It will be an unforgettable summer week with joy and community and for many; new friends for life.
Sports Multi Sport Camp Östermalm – Summer 2024
New sport summer 2024
More info about “The new sport summer 2024” is coming soon!
American Flag Football
American Flag Football
Flag football – a fun mix of tail-tag and American football.
Flag football is played with 2 teams of 6-7 people. A player starts the game by serving the ball to a fellow player in a so-called “non-run zone”. The team has 4 attempts to get to the center line and then 4 attempts to get to the “end line”. After these attempts, the ball passes to the other team. The opponents try to prevent the team by taking the player who is in possession of the ball by their flags/tails. Each player has 2 flags hanging on the side of their hip. Flag football is not a contact sport, so you may only tag by taking flags from the player holding the ball and you may not take the ball out of the opponent’s hands. When the ball goes to the ground, the flag is pulled loose by a defender or the player with the ball runs over the touchline/scores, the attemp is over.
Introducing Spikeball, a mashup of volleyball, handball, and pure fun! Spikeball is played with a special trampoline and a bright yellow ball.
The game is played with 2 teams of 2 people. According to the official website, Spikeball is played as follows, “a player starts a point by serving the ball down onto the Spikeball net so it ricochets up at his opponents. They have up to 3 hits between them (think bump, set, spike) to control the ball and bounce it back off the net. When they miss, you score. The first team to 21 wins.
Netball is played in more than 80 countries with over 20 million practitioners. It is a ball sport played in two teams, with 7 players in each team.
Netball has its origins in early versions of basketball and over time developed into its own sport as the number of women who participated in the sport increased.
Unlike basketball, you are not allowed to dribble with the ball, but must pass it further. Physical close contact is also not allowed.
“Look out basketball, baseball, and volleyball. There’s a new ball game in town.”
The game was first invented in 1965 by three dads in the United States with bored kids. It slowly made its way to Canada and is now the country’s fastest-growing sport.
It’s a game played by young, old, and everyone in between. In fact, the slogan of Pickleball Canada is, “A Game for All.”
Learn the basics of skateboarding with a trendy Penny board! We try out tricks like “Ollie” and “Kickflip”.
Learn the basics of tennis or take your game to the next level. We go through grip, swing and foot position. Camp participants get to practice basic technology, security and games.
Fast-paced fun and challenging obstacles.
Parkour involves moving your own body from one place to another in as fast, effective and above all controlled manner as possible. The focus is on constant movement, efficiency and agility.
Track and field
Athletics / Track and field
We test and try out running, throwing and jumping techniques. During the camp, the participants get to train the height & long jump, discus, bullet, sprint, and batons.
Sweden’s most popular sport! Dribbling, passing, games and fun!
Acrobatics / Gymnastics
Acrobatics / Gymnastics
Toggle, handstand, wheel & flips. We train body control and learn the basics of acrobatics
One of the camp participants’ absolute favourite sports! Action, collaboration and tricks!
A nervous favourite! Under the guidance of well-educated climbing-coaches, we learn the basic of wall-climbing.
Dance Pop Star
Dance Pop Star
Take part in the latest trends and learn to dance like a pop star!
About the Camp
Participants are introduced to the coaches and receive information about the camp’s schedule. Then the groups are divided and after the warm-up, the sports and activities start. The group divisions are according to age. If your child has a desire to be in the same group as a friend you can email us it after you have made your registration. Every day several different sports and activities are practised. With our well educated and experienced coaches, we ensure that the participants get the best possible training adapted to the right level and age.
About the sports
The chosen sports
We have chosen sports with care. We believe that you develop more as an individual if you get to try both individual sports (tennis and athletics) and team sports where you learn to collaborate in teams (football and floorball). Technic, tactics, psychology and match play are important parts of the training, but the goal for the young participants is to develop as individuals and thrive in the new community.
(Of course, you will borrow all equipment from us)
During the camp week, we will teach technic, tactics/strategy, psychology and mental training in our selected sports. We train several hours each day and our experienced coaches adapt the training to the right level and age. At the beginning of the week, the training will be focused on instructions and technic training. At the end of the week, we focus on the games of sports.
The goals of this week of sports are of course that the students will have the opportunity to try and develop within the different sports. But also, that the children and young people should develop as team players and individuals and thrive in the community with many new comrades. In short, a week that contains most of it!
In case of rain and stormy weather, the training continues just as planned indoors at the amazing facility.
You can come with or without friends and meet new friends on the spot. It is usually a mixture and we try to take this into account when dividing the groups. So tell your friends if you want to go together and state it under other information when registering.
A camp is a great opportunity for your child to meet other children with similar interests and build friendships. By working together and sharing common experiences, children can learn the importance of cooperation and friendship.
Many sports at the camp require cooperation and teamwork. It helps children develop important social skills such as cooperation and communication. It also helps participants learn the importance of supporting and appreciating their teammates.
Examples of how the menu can look
Monday – Lasagna
Tuesday – Meatballs with potatoes and lingonberries
Wednesday – Pasta Carbonara
Thursday – Sausage stew and rice
Bread and salad are also served with the meals. For participants with allergies, of course, alternative dishes are served. Please mention this when booking.
What to bring
What to bring:
- Water bottle
- Outdoor and indoor shoes (indoor shoes should have a sole that does not colour off)
- Extra clothes (1 change)
- 2 snacks (an example is a sandwich, fruits, crackers).
- All camps are nut-free. Avoid snacks with containing nuts.
(Lunch included every day. Notify us before if your child has allergies or special diets.)
Other and optional: Towel & Soap (Is it possible to shower just before lunch)
All other equipment you can, of course, borrow from us
Sportmanship & Fair play
One theme that exists throughout the camp is Fair Play and sportsmanship. We encourage how one should behave to be a true sportsman and an example to others. The performance is assessed throughout the week before, during and after the activities by the coaches. We give this honourable prize to a boy and a girl every week who have shown great sportsmanship deserving the Fair Play prize.
The camp’s coaches
Our coaches are well-educated, and all have a great experience of working with children and young people. All young people are divided into groups by age and assigned to a group-coach. During the week, the group-coach gets close contact with his/her group which has between 10-12 participants and becomes the person the young people can have the main contact with during the week in case of questions or concerns. The number of participants per coach varies depending on sports activity. Ex during a soccer lesson, the group is 12 practitioners and a leader while during a climbing lesson, the training consists of two participants per coach. Safety and quality are of course a top priority.
Curious about what it looked like earlier summers?
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