Boston College Football
The roots of Alumni Stadium and on-campus football at Boston College date back to 1915, when the original Alumni Stadium was dedicated. The facility was located on middle campus in the site of today's campus green. read more
All campers will be required to provide a current physical and full immunization history to participate in the camp. The physical must be within 24 months of the start of camp and can be the doctors own form or completed using the BC Physical Form. A copy of the BC physical form can be found in the Confirmation Packet received via email or under the Important Documents tab. A full immunization history must be provided as well. The following immunizations are required and all dates must be MM/DD/YYYY:
Authorized Pick-up/Drop-off Form
Campers are only released to names given on the Camp Application. If you need to make any changes to the list please call 617.552.3010 or email email@example.com
All cancelations need to be in writing and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. To be eligible for a refund, you must complete the refund request form which can be requested by emailing email@example.com.
All registrations can be cancelled and fully refunded (less online registration fees) for any reason as long as they are cancelled by May 26, 2019. Any registrations cancelled after May 26th, including same day registrations, are subject to a $25 administrative fee.
Campers can transfer registrations up until the start of camp that you are registered for to another 2019 camp date. Camp tuition cannot be transferred to a future year (i.e. 2020 June Camps).
NO REFUNDS WILL BE GRANTED 24 HOURS BEFORE CAMP STARTS
We are very proud of the low incidences of injuries and sickness over the years. However, if an accident does occur, you will receive the proper medical supervision and treatment – your parents insurance policy will be responsible for payment. Please note: Neither Boston College, The Boston College Football Camp, neither the camp staff nor anyone connected with the camp will assume any responsibility for accidents, medical or dental, or other expenses incurred as a result of accidents during camp.
All of our camp operations will be based out the Yawkey Athletics Center. All camps will be held at Alumni Stadium, Fish Field House and the Chamberlin Practice Field. All camp facilities are located on Lower Campus and only steps from the Yawkey Athletics Center.
Yawkey GPS Address: 2004 Campanella Way, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467.
All campers in attendance for the full day receive lunch.
Things to BRING
For ALL Camps
Who Runs the Camp
The camp is run by the Boston College Football Coaches and Staff. Each position is run by the respective BC football coach. Additionally, the camp employs a variety of seasoned coaches from FCS and Division 2 and 3 schools. In the past we have had representatives from the following conferences: CAA, Ivy, MEAC, Northeast, Patriot, Pioneer, NE-10, Centennial, ECFC, Empire 8, Liberty, MASCAC, NEFC, NESCAC, NJAC, ODAC, PAC, and UAA
When does camp registration close?
Camp registration is restricted by total field space and by grade.
Regardless if maximum capacity is met, online registration for camp dates will close 2-2 days before camp begins.
June 2nd Camp – Close Date May 31st at 12pm
June 15th Camp – Close Date June 13th at 5pm
June 22nd Camp – Close Date June 20th at 5pm
Can I Change Sessions?
The ability to switch sessions will depend on space available. If a change does arise please contact us as soon as possible at 617-552-3010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can Parents Watch Practices or Games?
We welcome all parents, family and friends to come and watch. During practices and games, all guests will be asked to watch from the stands. No parents will be allowed on the field during practices and evening games. Please see a camp staff member on the 3rd floor of the Yawkey Athletics Center or at Gate E for help finding where your camper’s practices and games are located.
Unfortunately we are not able to provide transportation to and from the airport or South Station; however there are a variety of shuttle and taxi sites that work great. In the past, several campers have utilized:
Local Area Hotels
For parents traveling with their campers from out of state, we do have a wide variety of hotels in the area both close to campus and accessible by public transportation. For a complete list of local hotels, please check your confirmation packet or check the “Important Forms for Camp” tab located at the top of the page.