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Junior Chargers Training Camp

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Each year the Los Angeles Chargers provide Jr. Chargers Training Camp opportunities to schools and organizations throughout Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties. If you are looking for a fun way to get your students physically active, consider hosting a Camp on your school campus.

What is a Jr. Chargers Training Camp?

  • Jr. Chargers Training Camps are a FREE grassroots program for children in grades 2-8, emphasizing physical fitness and positive choices for kids in a safe and fun environment.
  • Jr. Chargers Training Camps teach fun NFL skills while getting children outdoors and active.
  • Camps are designed for both boys and girls and include a variety of football drills featuring knock-away dummies, ladders and halfback pads just like the Chargers!
  • Camps are held on weekdays only, and run year-round.
  • Two sessions are offered per day, back to back at each selected location. Each session can accommodate a maximum of 100 participants for a total number of 200 served for the entire day.
  • Junior Charger Training camps can be scheduled as 90 or 60 minute sessions. (90 minute sessions are encouraged for the best possible experience.)
  • The Los Angeles Chargers will provide water & Gatorade for hydration to all participants of a Jr. Chargers Training Camp.
  • To participate, a parent or guardian MUST fully fill out a liability waiver for each participant. Every participant MUST have a signed waiver to in order to participate in a Junior Chargers Training Camp – there are NO exceptions.
  • Please note, Los Angeles Chargers player appearances are not guaranteed at the Junior Chargers Training Camps.
  • The Los Angeles Chargers require a minimum of 8 volunteers from each school or organization per session. Volunteers can be teachers, admin staff, parents, etc. All school provided volunteers must be background check cleared through the school.

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