What to bring

Easter Residential Camps

Please arrive in Pumas tracksuit top and bottoms with a training t-shirt underneath and wearing trainers. Please bring one bag to take to training (your Pumas holdall) and one overnight bag.

If players do not have Pumas kit they should wear their school kit. Please note that replica club kit should not be worn for training.


2 x  large waterbottles


Medication (if applicable)

Hand Sanitiser

Face covering

A Pen (important!)

Waterproof top

Binbag big enough for their holdall to fit inside

Non-studded boots (astros) as some sessions will be on astro (or can wear trainers) or if the grass is very firm.

Studded boots for playing on grass


Goalkeeping gloves (if applicable)

Overnight Bag



Swimming trunks

Casual clothes (including warm jacket/top) for evenings

Pumas playing shirt

Pumas Tracksuit (wear on arrival)

Pumas training t-shirt (wear on arrival(

Second pair of shorts

Second pair of socks

Spare laces/studs/stud tightener/boot cleaner

All bedding and pillows are provided but players will need to bring their own towels

Mobile phones (and charger) may be used but will be collected in each evening around 8pm.

The players will not need any money.

During the Camp the players could be playing on a mixture of grass, astroturf and indoors depending on the weather etc.

We would expect players to bring one main bag plus their team holdall. It would be helpful if the players’ holdall was already packed ready for training as above.

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