Camps & Clinics

Join us for these exciting opportunities to improve player skills or to learn something new. Includes camps, clinics, and special 2020-2021 pandemic programming.

Winter 2020-2021 Programs

We are excited to announce that Girls Unite will have a Winter season! This season will look different than previous years as we will be adhering to all CA and SF DPH guidelines and best practices. Players and coaches health and safety is our top priority.

Tentative schedule – Email to register!
* January – February
* Location: TBD pending SFPRD permit distribution
* Groups limited to 14 players, with players and coach forming a consistent pod
* Players/families will be assigned to Mon/Wed/Fri or Tues/Thurs practice, either 3:30-5:00 or 4:00-5:30pm
* Contact for cost/payment information

The limited number of spaces will be filled on a first come first serve basis.


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Parental Considerations

The SF DPH requires the parent/guardian of each child that participates in camp programs to acknowledge the following:

The collective effort and sacrifice of San Francisco residents staying at home limited the spread of COVID-19. But community transmission of COVID-19 within San Francisco continues, including transmission by individuals who are infected and contagious, but have no symptoms. Infected persons are contagious 48 hours before developing symptoms (“pre-symptomatic”), and many are contagious without ever developing symptoms (“asymptomatic”). Pre-symptomatic and asymptomatic people are likely unaware that they have COVID-19.

The availability of childcare and summer camp is an important step in the resumption of activities. However, the decision by the Health Officer to allow childcare and summer camps for all families at facilities that follow required safety rules, does not mean that attending childcare or summer camp is free of risk. Enrolling a child in childcare or summer camp could increase the risk of the child becoming infected with COVID-19. While the majority of children that become infected do well, there is still much more to learn about coronavirus in children, including from recent reports of Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C).

Each parent or guardian must determine for themselves if they are willing to take the risk of enrolling their child in childcare/summer camp, including whether they need to take additional precautions to protect the health of their child and others in the household. They should particularly consider the risks to household members who are adults 60 years or older, or anyone who has an underlying medical condition. Parents and guardians may want to discuss these risks and their concerns with their pediatrician or other health care provider.

More information about COVID-19, MIS-C, and those at higher risk for serious illness is available on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at