Foxcroft School Location

(updated February 14, 2024)

We are unfortunately unable to conduct our camp programs serving Northern Virginia in 2024. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope to return in 2025 with normal programming at a Northern Virginia location to be determined.

Thank you for your continued patience, loyalty and support! Please call 1-800-679-9830 to speak to a representative or email for further questions.

Located in Middleburg - Louden County, Northern Virginia & Washington DC/Baltimore

Eurotech® Soccer Academy is entering its 23rd year of operating soccer camps in the state of Virginia, a tradition started years ago at the Blue Ridge School, Miller School, Episcopal High School (Alexandria) and eventually moving to Christchurch School in 2001 before finding our current home at the beautiful Foxcroft School. Founded in 1914 and featuring fantastic athletic, dining and housing facilities, Foxcroft School is a stunning campus on 500 acres in Middleburg, Virginia in the heart of Louden County. Located just 50 miles west of central Washington DC and the perfect location for Eurotech® in Northern Virginia, metro Washington DC and Baltimore.

Our Nike® Soccer Performance Center at The Foxcroft School in the Virginia/Maryland area will have an enrollment limit of 60 campers per week to ensure a high quality soccer training experience for our students. We are excited to be back in Northern Virginia and look forward to a long term partnership with the Foxcroft School!​

Camp Highlights & Inclusions

-    Over 50,000 Players & Coaches Trained Since 1990!

-    Attracts players from all over the world!

-    Programs include 3, 5 & 10-Day options 

-    Limited enrollment at all locations!

-    Boys & Girls programs for ages 7-16

-    Integrated Field Player and Goalkeeper Academies

-    Residential/Overnight, Extended & Junior Day program options

-    All campers wear Nike® Uniforms for all sessions

-    Globally recognized Eurotech® Soccer Performance Systems

-    Progressive technical focused teaching methodology

-    North America’s Premier Instructional Training Camp

-    Dynamic National, International & Collegiate Coaching Staff

-    Daily nutritional buffet style meals provided

-    24-hour Supervision on & off the field

-    Daily competitive tournament play

-    Daily SKLZ® Speed, Agility & Quickness (SAQ) Sessions

-    Daily Technical/Ball Mastery Sessions

-    Daily Shooting & Finishing Sessions

-    Daily Individual Tactics Sessions

-    Daily Small-Sided/Functional Games Sessions

-    Average Staff to Camper ratio 1:8

-    Evening social activities + pizza party

-    Official Eurotech® Camp Diploma

Foxcroft School
Campus Overview

Athletic Facilities
The Foxcroft School offers fantastic athletic facilities with acres of soccer fields (2 natural grass fields & 2 brand new 4G turf fields!) as well as the Mary Louise Leipheimer Gymnasium which features a double gym and full size indoor poured rubber fieldhouse which all campers get to enjoy during the heat of the day and during early morning SAQ training and futsal training. This gym also features an indoor track, indoor batting cages and state of the art climbing wall as well. The Fitness Center boasts all the latest cardio equipment as well as a Strenght and conditioning area. Eurotech® also has limited access to Engelhard Gymnasium in the rare case of lightning or bad weather in the area. Campers are encouraged to bring indoor training soccer shoes in case of inclement weather. This stunning campus also has a fully staffed outdoor pool for campers to enjoy at designated times. The main soccer field on campus overlooks horse country and is a camper favorite!

Foxcroft School has five main dormitory buildings where campers are housed. The dorms are a very short walk to the fields and Eurotech® campers are housed in air-conditioned dormitories in either twin or in "Bunk Rooms" - a unique concept at Foxcroft that allows campers to stay in modern rooms made for 12 campers! Each floor has a  group shower room and separate bathrooms. Common areas and lounges are featured on each floor with TV’s and kitchenettes. The first floor houses a modern laundry room that is complimentary to campers, guests and staff. A very short walk separates the dorms from a camp favorite game room, snack bar and TV lounges. Roommate requests are typically honored and attending teams and groups of players will always be roomed in adjacent rooms on the same floor whenever possible. Boys and girls are always placed on separate floors, separate wings or separate dorms altogether pending the facility. Multiple Eurotech® Staff are always placed on each floor and provide supervision and support to all campers.

Campus Dining
The Foxcroft Dining Hall is a favorite gathering place for school faculty and camp staff and will be where the campers will eat all their meals during their stay. The modern Dining Center features buffet style meals with several entrees daily, full salad/fruit bar, dessert bar, drink bars and a good variety of health conscious as well as camper friendly foods like pizza, burgers and more throughout the week. There are also drink vending machines in the dormitories and Eurotech® will also offer the Eurotech® Pizza Party for Residential/Overnight campers.

Camp Enrollment
Enrollment at the Virginia camp sessions in years past have sold out and in 2019 each separate week’s enrollment will be limited to the first 60 registered campers. Small groups, teams and individual players from all over Virginia and Maryland will be interested and this season promises to be very strong in attendance. A majority of camp attendees will travel from all over Louden County, Fairfax, McLean, Culpeper, Warrenton, Richmond, Fredericksburg, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Chesapeake, Washington DC and other cities in Northern Virginia and Maryland. Enrollment will be on a first come, first serve basis and be set-up to guarantee the correct ratio of goalkeepers to field players.

Campus Security
24-hour campus security is also featured and experienced Eurotech® Coaching Staff, Medical Staff, and Counselors live in the dorms and monitor camper activity daily. The school also has a nurse on call and the hospital is a short drive away from campus.

About Foxcroft School
Founded in 1914, Foxcroft School is a college-preparatory boarding and day school for girls in grades 9-12. The school is located on 500 acres in Middleburg, Virginia, 50 miles west of Washington, D.C. It is accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools and the National Association of Independent Schools. Foxcroft is, by design, a small, residential school. The 2013-14 student body is 72 percent boarding students with a total of 165 girls from 21 states, Washington D.C., and nine foreign countries. Fourteen percent are U.S. students of color, 20 percent are international students, and about 33 percent receive financial aid. Nearly one-quarter of the students are related to alumnae -- an impressive testament to the relationship between the School and its graduates. Foxcroft curriculum offerings number 81 courses and 12 Advanced Placement (AP) courses, as well as academic support through the Learning Center and the Math and Writing Labs. In in 2010, one-third of the Class of 2011 earned AP Scholar recognition from the College Board; one-fifth earned AP Scholar with Distinction Award status by achieving an average of at least 3.5 (out of five) on all the AP exams taken and scores of 3 or higher on five or more tests. Nationwide, only 17 percent of students who take AP Exams earn such recognition. (AP Scholars must earn a grade of three or higher on three or more AP Exams.)

Please visit the Foxcroft School website at to learn more about the campus and location.

Transportation Information-Foxcroft School
Designated Airport & Shuttle Information

Arriving by Plane
Dulles International Airport (IAD) — approximately 40 minutes from Foxcroft School

Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) — approximately 60 minutes from Foxcroft School

Air Transportation Services
Because many of our campers travel by air, we recommend you call your local travel agent or Milne Travel at 1-888-826-1557 and ask for “Eurotech Camp Reservations" or Ingrid Mountain. Milne Travel is the Official Travel Agency for Eurotech® Soccer Worldwide, the NSCAA as well as many other national sports organizations. It is the responsibility of the camper to make all travel plans and forward any flight itineraries to the Eurotech® National Office if a shuttle is being used (see "Shuttle Service" information below). Campers may only arrive on the first day of camp and will be required to depart on the last day of camp.

Ground Transportation/Shuttle Service
Eurotech® also recommends specific shuttle services for this camp location. Reliable and recommended ground transportation companies can be found below. Shuttle service to campers and teams who arrive via air, bus or train may vary from location to location. If you are having problems finding a suitable service, please feel free to contact Eurotech® for assistance. Please note that Eurotech® does not provide a Shuttle Service and can not be responsible for transporting campers to and from airports. It is recommended that younger campers are accompanied by an adult during travel and through the first day registration process.

From Dulles International Airport (IAD) — As there is no "official" shuttle service provided between the airport and Foxcroft School, the easiest way to get to campus from the airport is either Sedan Service (Towncar), from Dulles Taxi, a Louden based limo service recommended by the school for visiting parents and campers. Online reservations or call 703-481-8181. Shared passenger vans are also available. Approximate cost is $55 without gratuity per person each way. You can also contact Dulles Ground Transportation at

From Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) — As there is no "official" shuttle service provided between the airport and Foxcroft School, the easiest way to get to campus from the airport is either Sedan Service (Towncar), from Dulles Taxi, a Louden based limo service recommended by the school for visiting parents and campers. Online reservations or call 703-481-8181. Shared passenger vans are also available. Approximate cost is $95-100 without gratuity per person each way. You can also contact Reagan National Ground Transportation at 

Arriving by Train
Amtrak trains arrive into Union Station (A 60-minute drive via taxi) passenger terminal daily in each direction on a route to and from Washington DC. To reach Foxcroft School from the main train station you will need to get a taxi service to Foxcroft School at an approximate cost of $50-100 per person one way.

Driving Directions-Foxcroft School

From Middleburg
Traveling West on Route 50: Take a right at the traffic light onto Route 626 North (Foxcroft Road). Travel exactly 4 miles to the main entrance on the right with the Foxcroft School sign.

Traveling East on Route 50: Take a left at the traffic light onto Route 626 North (Foxcroft Road). Proceed as above.

From Dulles International Airport 
Take Route 28 South to Route 50 West. Follow Route 50 West until you reach Middleburg (about 18 miles). Proceed as above.

From Washington, DC and Ronald Reagan International
Take I-66 West to Dulles Toll Road (Route 267) West to Route 28. Take Route 28 South to Route 50 West until you reach Middleburg (about 18 miles). Proceed as above. 

From the South via I-95
Take I-95 North to Route 17 North (Exit 133) toward Warrenton. Take the Route 17 North Bypass around Warrenton and toward Winchester. Follow Route 17 North to Route 245 North toward The Plains. (Great Meadows Park will be on the right immediately before Route 245.) At the T intersection in The Plains, take a right and then an immediate left onto Route 626 North to Middleburg. Once in Middleburg, turn right onto Route 50 East to the traffic light. Take a left at the traffic light onto Route 626 North (Foxcroft Road). Proceed as above.

From the North (Baltimore, New York, etc.)
Take I-95 South to I-695 toward Towson. Take the I-70 West exit toward Frederick, MD. Take the Route 15 South/340 South exit toward Charles Town, W.V. Follow signs for Route 15 toward Leesburg. Once in Leesburg, continue on Route 15 South toward Warrenton. Take a right onto Route 50 West and travel to Middleburg. Proceed as above.

From the West via I-81
Take Route 50 East exit toward Washington, D.C. Continue on Route 50 East until you reach Middleburg. Proceed as above.

Camp Location-Foxcroft School
Middleburg, Virginia


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