DSA camps are now a program of the PITCH and will be processed under their online registration software. If you have already filled out the Pitch annual waiver for 2020, you do not need to fill one out again for DSA.

 Dutch Soccer Academy believes in creating a fun and exciting soccer atmosphere for children to play and learn.  We teach soccer by creating game situations and empowering our students to make good soccer decisions.  DSA’s curriculum incorporates the most current European player development techniques along with a rich history of proven training methods.

Background: DSA is a Maine based company with over 18 years of experience in developing players and building championship teams in a variety of communities. Leading our coaching team are directors, Robbie Krul of the Netherlands and Maine native, Tammy Krul.  DSA camps are tailored to meet the needs of Maine soccer players and designed to develop each student’s skill foundation and give them the knowledge they need to continue developing throughout the year.  The effective curriculum is based on the cognitive soccer development needs of various ages and skill levels.  Regardless if your child is a beginner or an advanced player, our experienced coaching team will maximize your child’s potential and improve their knowledge of the world’s most popular game.  DSA players will gain the skills and knowledge they need to play with confidence and excel in their soccer league throughout the year.


To find a DSA camp near you, please click on our schedule page.

A $5 late fee will be assessed to those who register one week before camp.

Tel: (207) 227-6970

 Email: dsa@mainepitch.com

What to bring to camp

  • Soccer Ball,
  • Waterbottle(s),
  • Healthy Snacks,
  • Cleats or sneakers,
  • Shin Guards,
  • Warm Clothes for cold/rain,
  • Mouth Guard (optional)

Refund Cancellation Policy

Students who cancel prior to June 1st may receive a refund minus the $15 non-refundable registration fee. Students who cancel after June 1st will not receive a refund. All requests must be made in writing by mail. Injured students may receive a full credit for the following year or a refund minus the $15 registration fee, but must provide proper documentation from your physician.