Day Camps (K-8th grade)

DePaul Soccer Camp has much to offer in its Day Camp. Our mission is to develop the youth soccer player through one philosophy. The philosophy of positive teaching by role-models provides a nurturing environment for each player to gain self confidence, self motivation and self discipline. Our experienced staff will provide personalized instruction in every phase of soccer. We are knowledgeable and passionate educators and strive to offer the best soccer environment for young players.


College ID Camps (8th grade-12th grade)

The One-Day ID Camp is designed for any and all socer players who have an interest in playing collegiate soccer. All training sessions expose each participant to a competitive, college level enviornment. Players will be coached by the DePaul Women's Coaching Staff and it is a great opportunity for the coaches to get to know the players on a more personal level.



Per Bylaw, camps and clinics shall be open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).




Date Description Info
College ID Camp: Sunday June 9, 2019
Youth "Mini" Day Camp: June 19-21, 2019
Youth Day Camp: June 24-28 2019
Youth Day Camp: July 15-19 2019

Coaching Staff:


Erin Chastain - Head Coach

Erin  Chastain

DePaul head coach Erin Chastain entered her ninth season leading the women's soccer program in 2015 after being named the program's

third head coach on March 1, 2007.


She guided the Blue Demons on a record-breaking ride in 2014 with a program-best 16-1-4 overall record that was the fifth-best winning percentage in the country. DePaul set a school record with a 20-game undefeated streak, and by the end of the regular season was one of only two programs (No. 1 UCLA) to remain unbeaten. The Blue Demons attained their highest national ranking when Soccer America ranked them at No. 7.

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Wish Soccer Field:

All games and sessions will take place on Wish Field, the home of DePaul Women's Soccer, located at:

900 West Belden Ave., Chicago, IL 60614

Driving Directions:

From Lake Shore Drive (north or south): Exit Lake Shore Drive at Fullerton Avenue. Head west for approximately 1.2 miles. Turn left on Sheffield Ave and take the first left onto Belden Ave. Field is on the left.


By Public Transportation:

CTA El: Take the red line, brown line, or purple line to the Fullerton stop.