8 Man Football Camps

Just as in 11 man, every 8 man coach should try to take his team to a summer football camp if possible. The team-building aspect and bonding that occurs is just as important as the look you get of your formations, strategies, and athletic ability of your players. You are also guaranteed to pick up some ideas from other coaches while there. However, I have found over the years that, if you want to get the best out of your kids, (and avoid the funny looks), you should not attend the 11 man camps. With that in mind, here are some of the 8 man football camps across the country. Hopefully, there is one in your area.

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6 Comments to “8 Man Football Camps”

  1. Brian English says:

    looking for an 8-man football camp close to Arizona for my team to attend.

  2. I am looking for a coaching clinic in near Atlanta, Georgia to break me into coaching 8 man. I want to learn defensive and offensive tactics/strategies. How to make adjustments in the defense during the game and so on. I have played and love the game but desire the skills to teach it.

    Please advise best options.


  3. Brandon Eamello says:

    Looking for 8man coaching clinics? Also a team camp to take my team to!

  4. Jeffrey Thorne says:

    Thanks for being there; a site that is dedicated to 8-man FB. Been coaching trad 11 man for years, school decided to go 8-man this Fall, 2014.

    • Phil says:

      Coach –

      If you would like some 8 man materials sent to you, give me your snail address and I will sent a box of same.

      Coach Derrick
      Easton HS

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