FAQ for Virtual Royal Camp @ Home

FAQ for Virtual Sessions

Each session will have 12 participants or less with 2 instructors (1 is the moderator/quality control). We try to keep the groups small to promote more engagement and interaction.

Your experience would be best on a computer or a laptop (either PC or a MAC) with a good audio & webcam. Mobile/cell devices are possible but could pose challenges.

Each participant should bring a soccer ball to the session. If participants are allowed (by parents) to use their shoes in the house where they are viewing the session, they can do so. Any other supplies needed would generally be available in most households and you will be notified in advance.

We will send an email with information about your session a few days prior to the session start date. This email will outline all the necessary information required for your session. Our virtual sessions will be conducted on Zoom.

Some parental involvement may be required to check in and start up the session based on their age and technical level. In most cases, the child can independently attend and participate in the session without any involvement from the parent. Depend on your comfort level of your child with technology and their ability to maintain attention, you may wish to be present at the beginning or end of the session. We design the sessions such that parents don’t need to be involved throughout the hour, however, children may need your assistance in getting the Zoom meeting going at the start.

Please refer to the Session Schedule on our website by clicking here.

Royal Soccer Club is currently offering limited spaces for our Virtual Royal @ Home camps so please be sure you want the virtual session as we likely cannot provide a refund. Thank you for your understanding.