Camp Director Eric Kasperowicz and the football staff gladly welcomes youth ages 5-14 to the 27th annual Eric Kasperowicz Youth Football Camp ("ekfootballcamp") to be held June 13-16, 2022 at Richland Park. . Eric Kasperowicz and the ekfootballcamp coaching staff will showcase your talents with intense, non-contact skill work. This camp is designed to benefit players of all skill levels. We teach fundamentals in a safe environment where everyone touches the football.
"I've attended other football camps and this was definitely the best. My skills improved greatly and the coaches were really fantastic! Razzle-Dazzle was the best, and I can't wait to return next year with my friends." --Tyler, past camper
Running Backs (RB)
Wide Receivers (WR)
Tight Ends (TE)
Defensive Line (DL)
Offensive Line (OL)
Defensive Secondary (DB)
ekfootballcamp's NFL-style Combine Testing program replicates some of the most important tests that NFL athletes face. Our goal is to introduce our campers to this style of testing, which is used at the junior varsity (JV) and varsity high school football levels, and teach the proper techniques so they are prepared to master these tests when it really counts.
One trophy/medal will be awarded to the camper in each age group who has the highest combined Punt, Pass & Kick total. Here are the rules:
The objective of Punt, Pass, and Kick is punt, pass and kick the ball as far as he/she can while keeping it in within the boundaries. Each player will try to get the best overall score: Punting score + Passing score + Kicking score = Overall Score.
Each player will have three (1) chance at each skill. Individuals must stay behind the Start Line. Any punt, pass, or kick that occurs past the Start Line will be deemed a FAULT. A FAULT receives a zero (0) as its score.
ekfootballcamp invented Razzle-Dazzle™ Football and it has been a camper-favorite for years! Here are the rules:
During ekfootballcamp, coach Eric Kasperowicz invites a special guest to come to speak to the campers about the importance of playing youth football and how much football has meant to them in their lives. Parents are allowed and encouraged to listen as well.
Past guest speakers have included:
The summer of 2022 will mark the 27th year of existence for Eric Kasperowicz's Youth Football Camp "ekfootballcamp." ekfootballcamp is the longest running camp in the greater Pittsburgh, PA region, and the best, having impacted over 5,000 participants.
"We work year-round to build a solid curriculum that provides a fun and educational foundation to the game of football while teaching the athlete the benefits of involvement in the game both on and off the field," said Eric Kasperowicz, Camp Director. "Skill development, safety, and the fun participating within the game is the emphasis at every ekfootballcamp we conduct."
ekfootballcamp is open to youth ages 5-14, is non-contact and designed to improve the child's skill level by teaching fundamentals of the game.
Participants are grouped based on age and skill level. ekfootballcamp is limited to the first 250 participants to register and is conducted by Eric Kasperowicz and his staff, who are players, coaches and professional educators from the collegiate and high school ranks.