How are the participants grouped?  We group participants by age.  We do accept requests for participants that want to be in the same group as friends or teammates and will make best efforts to honor.

Who are the Coaches? The Eagles Youth Football Academy clinics feature college coaches, high school coaches, current college players and two (2) special guest coaches who are Philadelphia Eagles alumni.  

Recommended Arrival Time for a Clinic:  10:00 am.  We know that families like to arrive early, but we built the schedule to ensure everyone has plenty of time to check-in and it's not a mad dash to the check-in table. Doors will not open until 10:00 am, thus if you arrive early you will not be allowed into the facility or onto the field.  Make sure you review our plan for what you can expect during the first 50 minutes of the clinic.


Each Athlete Receives
- One (1) Official Eagles Youth Football Academy Shirt

- Photo with Philadelphia Eagles Player/Alumni - a link to the digital photo will be sent to the email addresses listed on the participants registration.

- Eagles Player Pack (Eagles Drawstring Bag, Eagles Lanyard, and Eagles Eye Black)


What Each Participant Should Bring
- Footwear: Most of the facilities we will use have artificial turf.  We recommend wearing either plastic molded cleats or sneakers.  The outdoor locations always have the possibility of rain or wet turf, thus plastic molded cleats tend to be better footwear to wear if possible.

- Athletic Apparel: we do provide a camp shirt, but recommend that athletes dress in athletic apparel that will allow them to run through drills and excerises.  Ideal attire are shorts, athletic socks, cleats or sneakers and a shirt/top that is easy to change.

- Mouthguard: we do recommend that all athletes bring and wear a mouthguard for all on-field activities.

- Hydration: due to Covid-19 we are unable to provide group water stations.  We recommend that each athlete bring their own hydration.  We will have hydration available if a participant forgets their hydration.

- NO Equipment needed: This is a non-contact camp focused on skill development and fundamentals.  Athletes do NOT need to bring flag belts, footballs, helmets or shoulder pads.


Each Clinic is structured in a similar format and runs for 3 hours in length from 10 am to 1 pm.  The first 50 minutes of each clinic is designed to provide a rolling check-in that allows each athlete to receive their official camp shirt, get their group assignment, meet the Philadelphia Eagles player/alumni, get their photo taken with the Eagles player/alumni and participate in warm-up drills.

10 am to 10:50 am

- Step 1: Check In (expect a 10 to 15 minute wait on average)

- Step 2: Get Your Official Camp Shirt & Group Assignment (wristband - color)

- Step 3: Meet the Eagles Player and get your photo taken with him (photos are available 48 hours later as digital downloads.  Link will be sent to the email addresses of the person who registers the participant)

- Step 4: Warm Up Drills & Football Drills

10:50 AM - 11:05 AM

- Eagles Youth Academy Director welcomes the families & introduces the first Eagles Player/Alumni guest speaker

- Eagles Player speaks to the participants and families

- Participants are assigned their first station

11:05 AM to 12:55 PM

- Eagles Youth Football Academy Events feature ten (10) stations.  Each participant will have the chance to learn and go through each station ensuring a well rounded mix of skills, fundamentals and fun.

- Each station features multiple coaches and highlights specific fundamental or skills.  Stations are designed to feature both fun and football and there is a balance of offensive and defensive focused drills.

12:55 pm to 1:00 PM

- Eagles Youth Academy Director introduces the second Philadelphia Eagles Player or Alumni guest

- Eagles Player/Alumni speaks to the participants and their families

- Participants receive their Eagles Player Pack (Each participant receives)

- Event Concludes