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Got a question?

Take a look at our frequently asked questions to find an answer to common questions parents have when signing up for camps or services. If you still have a question or if you’d like to sign up for either camps or services please use the link below to email Coach Shaw.


How do I sign up for a camp?

Go to our camps page and find a camp that works for your schedule.

Click on the camp to expand the details.

Select learn more link.

At the top of the page is a link to sign up for that camp.

How much do camps cost?

Camps pricing changes based on the hours for the camp and the number of coaches. This makes each camp different. To view the pricing information for a specific camp: go to the camps page on our website.

Can I pay on the day of the camp?

Walk-ins are accepted if the camp is not full. There’s more value to paying online and reserving your spot and it helps us restructure the camp schedule to best fit our athletes.


How do I sign up and pay for a service?

Find a service that best fits you and send Coach Shaw an email. Once your services are set, Coach Shaw will send you a secure payment link via Venmo, Zelle, or Square to complete your transaction.

What can I do if there are no coaches available where I live?

Coach Chris welcomes players from all over the globe to come train with him privately. If there is not a coach in your area and you want the KICKNATION one on one experience we can reach your goals with virtual training options. We can breakdown your technique with live video calls and virtual meetings. Contact Coach Shaw to set up virtual lessons today.

KN has a corporate hotel 15 minutes from the field we use for out of town trainees.

Is there an age limit for athletes?

KICKNATION will talk with each family as this is a case by case basis on growth and knowledge of the athlete. KICKNATION recommends to start professional training no earlier than 6th grade. However please contact Coach Chris before registering for a camp if you are in 6th grade or below so he can discuss with you and your athlete.