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It's never too early to work on your soccer skills.

Eagles Summer ID Camp |A one-day ID camp with the EWU Women's Soccer Team players and coaching staff, focusing on technical, tactical and physical demands of the sport. Girls grades 8-12. Offered May 14, July 12 and Sept. 23. $125. (828-2030)

Idaho Elite Soccer Academy |A camp for players who hope to play at the collegiate level, during which players can showcase their skills in technical sessions, positional play, competitive games and more. Girls grades 8-12. May 20-21. $150-$175. (208-596-2565)

Gonzaga Men's ID Camp |Players receive instruction from Gonzaga players and coaching staff, training in a competitive environment as they're observed by college coaches. Grades 9+. Sessions offered June 3-4 and July 12-13. $150.

Skyhawks Soccer |A progressional coaching curriculum teaching technical skills and knowledge for all levels of playing experience. Camps held at local parks and schools throughout the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area. Boys and girls ages 3-12. Offered June-August. $69-$155/session.

Spokane Soccer Academy |Learn soccer fundamentals through a variety of summer-long sessions offered in foot skills, technical game training, striking and finishing and goalkeeping. Sessions for all ages (grades 1-12) and levels are offered June 19-July 27; meets twice weekly. At Dwight Merkel Sports Complex and Plantes Ferry Park. $275-$295/session; sibling discounts offered.

SYSA Soccer Camps |Sessions are offered for all levels. Ages 6-14. Offered June-August. Details and registration online. $75-$125.

WSU Soccer Camp |Players are coached by WSU players and coaches, learning and honing game fundamentals. Ages 5-14. June 19-23 and July 10-14; half day sessions for ages 5-7; full-day sessions for ages 8-14. $150-$475.

SuperTots Soccer |Kids learn early sports skills through the use of props, games and more to develop balance, listening skills, movement and basic sport skills. Some classes require parent participation. Ages 1.5-6. Sessions offered June 20-Aug. 15, meets once weekly. Times and locations vary (at area parks and schools). $80-$116.

British Soccer Camps |Young players improve their core soccer techniques and play competitively, with programs appropriate for each age. Ages 4-18. June 26-30, July 24-28 (Beck Field, Post Falls) and Aug. 21-25, full- and half-day sessions available. At Rocky Hill Park, Liberty Lake. $89-$200. (755-6726)

NBC Soccer Camps (Whitworth) |A soccer day camp for boys and girls ages 7-18. June 26-28 (Palisades Christian Academy) and Aug. 7-11 (Whitworth University). $150-$250. (800-406-3926)

WSU Jr. Elite Camp |A camp designed to develop tactical ideas and technical skills that are essential to making youth successful at the next level. Coed, grades 4-8 (open to grades 4-5 as commuters). June 28-30. $195-$265.

Gonzaga Women's Soccer Camp |Camp features an ongoing tournament in each age group with day and evening matches. Sessions focus on team building through the use of technical and functional training. Girls ages 8-18. July 6-9, overnight and commuter options. $185-$195.

Valley Youth Soccer |Kids learn recreational soccer skills, with an emphasis on learning new skills in a comfortable and challenging environment. Ages 5-12. July 10-Aug. 17, meets Mon-Thu, 9:30 am-noon. At Trent Elementary. $45/week.

Whitworth Soccer Summer Camps |Athletes receive life skills and leadership training along with fundamental and advanced skill training. Coed, ages 6-13. Sessions from July 10-14 and July 31-Aug. 4; meets 9 am-noon. $150-$300.

Dragon Soccer Camp |Become a well-rounded player as you focus on skill development and other game elements. Grades 6-12. July 17-21, 9 am-noon. At St. George's School. $150-$250. (464-8815)

WSU Soccer Elite Camp |A residential camp for experience players to develop tactical and technical skills, with coaching by WSU players and staff. Girls, grades 9-12. July 22-25. 395-$425.

Dragon Soccer Camp |This fundamental skills camp is spiced up with activities, like tie-dying T-shirts and making ice cream. Grades 2-6. Aug. 7-11, 9 am-noon. At St. George's School. $150.

Whitworth Women's Soccer ID Camp |High school athletes get an inside look at what it's like to play on the Pirates soccer team as they receive instruction from the Women's staff and athletes. Girls entering grades 10-12. Sept. 8-9. $150.

Pirate Elite ID Camp |Players practice with and are coached by Whitworth men's soccer players and staff, learning a possession-oriented style of play. Boys in grades 11-12. Sept. 15-17. $175.

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Chey Scott

Chey Scott is the Inlander's Arts and Culture Editor and editor of the Inlander's yearly, glossy magazine, the Annual Manual. Chey (pronounced "Shay") is a lifelong resident of the Spokane area and a graduate of Washington State University. She's been on staff at the Inlander since 2012...