Campbell Announces CAM JAM Showcase For High School Boys Soccer Teams

Buies Creek – The Campbell University men’s soccer program has announced the inaugural CAM JAM, set to take place from July 28-30 on Campbell’s main campus in Buies Creek.

The CAM JAM is available for all high school boys soccer teams. The event is designed for teams to get a jump-start on preparations for preseason practice and to aid teams in becoming fully ready to compete during the upcoming competitive fall season.

The CAM JAM will be set up as a soccer jamboree with four guaranteed games and a champion crowned for each division. During the event, the Campbell coaching staff will also conduct a college recruiting Q&A session in order to provide insight and guidance to the individuals who have aspirations of playing at the next level.

The Campbell soccer facilities are professional grade featuring six full Bermuda grass fields, including the newly renovated stadium field for night/showcase matches. Also on site is a state of the art athletic training facility along with excellent dinning and dormitory options.

All the necessary facilities are within a three to five minute walk from one another, so athletes will not spend long amounts of time getting from one facility to the next. The Camel staff feels that this enables the athlete to conserve and maintain the proper energy levels in order to make the most of each match.

The CAM JAM’s goal is to give every participating team the opportunity to begin early training and give coaches the ability to evaluate their teams in a competitive but non-counting environment. Commuter and residential team options are available. Each team is required to have a minimum of 13 players to participate. Every player attending will receive a Campbell tee-shirt as well.

Each player can register individually online and then identify what team they are playing with. Single team registration from the coach with a complete roster list is also available.  For more information click here or contact Campbell assistant coach Jeremy Wisdo at