Former West Ham United player and international coach George Cowie will host the West Ham United Oceania Academy 2019 Player ID Camp at Boronia Park on July 15 and 16.
Featuring professional coaches from West Ham United, the two-day camp will serve as both a coaching clinic and an opportunity to identify talented participants.
Open to boys and girls aged seven to 17, Mr Cowie stressed the camp welcomed players of all levels and abilities.
"It's there for them to come along and enjoy themselves for a couple of days," he said.
"There's no pressure. It's a fun environment."
With a focus on skills and enjoyment, Mr Cowie believed participants would walk away from the camp with the knowledge and excitement to really improve their performance on the soccer field.
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Mr Cowie has been running the camps in Australia for eight years now, with 17 camps taking place around the country this July.
Players who do well at the camp will be invited to the four-day West Ham Australia National Camp on the Gold Coast in September.
From here, there is the opportunity for players to be selected to travel to the UK to take part in a West Ham development tour.
Forster soccer talent Riley Van Haren was selected to travel to the UK last year to participate in the development tour and his father, Justin, believed it was an invaluable experience for the young player.
The cost of the camp is $185.
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