2021 EFAC Pandas Summer Camp - Registration Closed

Mar. 22, 2021


JUNE 28 - AUGUST 19 






This camp is open to players born in 2008 and older.  


Our Summer Camp focuses on the building and developing of sport specific skills and improving or building upon current fitness levels.

Each session is put together specifically by a team of professionals who are looking to achieve long term athlete development.  


 There are a limited amount of spots available so please register as soon as possible.


***With the uncertainty of COVID-19 and the restrictions that come with it, we realize that this camp may not be allowed to run.   However, at this time we are going to continue with the planning and registration as if it will be starting as usual on June 3.  That being said we are changing our refund policy.  If in fact, our camp is unable to run due to circumstances out of our control, come June 3, everyone will received a full refund with no penalty  ***


Our primary concern is the health and well being of the athletes, and with that in mind the Edmonton Female Athletic Club will do everything we can to follow all of the recommendations that are given to us by Alberta Health Services.


If you have any questions, please email execadmin@efacpandas.com


At this time a detailed schedule will not be released.  We will be waiting until closer to June so that we know exactly what will be allowed as far as group numbers, locations etc.  But please see below for a typical summary of our Summer Camp.


Typically the camp consists of these components each week:

-One on- ice session with focus on skills and shooting - Usually scheduled for Tuesdays (evening sessions only) and some Fridays

-Two Off- ice strength workouts  (AIM Program)- Mondays and Thursdays (morning or evening sessions)

-Two Conditioning/Endurance Sessions - Mondays and Thursdays (morning or evening sessions)


We will have morning and evening groups available.

Dates may change so please check back often.

The groups will be announced a few days prior to the start of the camp. 


What to bring:   For any session, remember to have a water bottle and a snack/food for after the sessions.

                          For the on ice sessions please bring full equipment along with a light and a dark jersey. (Jerseys will not be supplied)


Information on the AIM Program:  

 The AIM Program is an innovative approach to training that is designed to help athletes build a strong general athletic foundation to support their sport-specific pursuits. By integrating physical and mental training, the AIM Program represents an efficient and effective way to build this foundation at every age and stage of development.

The AIM Program provides an age-appropriate blend of physical that helps athletes to succeed in their sport(s) of choice. It also provides opportunities for coaches to develop specialized competencies in these areas, and to deliver corresponding programming.


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