Helmet and Shamrock

High School Positional Camp

Session (click to register):Date:Grade Eligibility (2020-2021 School Year):Boarder:Commuter/ Non-Boarder:Tentative Itinerary:
Overnight Position CampJune 14-16Grades 7-12$450$350Overnight Position Camp Itinerary

*Walk up-registration will be available on site, June 16th from 3-5pm at Notre Dame Stadium.
Please contact the camps office 574-631-8788 for details.

Camp Summary

This camp is designed to advance players position specific skills and athletic capabilities to complete their high school careers and beyond. This camp is a very intense camp designed for players that want to build upon already established football foundations and focus on one position only. It is our goal to help each camper improve their football IQ and help him build the confidence he needs to continue successfully on and off the field. ALL PLAYERS MUST BRING A HELMET. 2012 featured 60 guest coaches representing 42 colleges & universities, while 2013 brought 75 coaches representing 51 colleges & universities that helped our staff provide hands-on, intensive football instruction to campers.

Application Procedures

All prospective campers must register online and submit payment through this website. All applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis until all sessions are filled. Each camper will be sent a confirmation packet via email to verify that your registration has gone through. Please read the confirmation packet carefully as it details the camp schedule, items to bring, as well as roommate & transportation information. We will do our best to meet roommate requests received seven days prior to the start of camp, but it is not guaranteed that your request will be fulfilled. We do not accept request for triples or quads. If you have registered for an Air Conditioned room your roommate must as well or you will not be placed together. If after reviewing the confirmation packet, you have additional questions, please contact the camps office at ndcamps@nd.edu or (574)631-8788.

Lodging and Transportation

All campers are housed in one of Notre Dame’s undergraduate residence halls.

Medical Supervision

All campers are under the immediate supervision of the Notre Dame athletic training staff. The University head athletic trainer and a team of doctors and trainers will be available at all times to offer medical aid if necessary. Water stations will be set up during all practice sessions.

Camp Bank

The Notre Dame Football Camp will provide a camp bank available to all campers. Deposits must be made in cash only; no personal or travelers checks will be accepted but there will be a place for you to cash a check at Registration. Campers may deduct money on a debit system to purchase items from the camp store for food, drink, apparel, and souvenirs.


The site for Notre Dame Football Summer Camps is the beautiful and historic campus of the University of Notre Dame, located just outside of South Bend, Indiana. Campers will have the opportunity to see the majority of campus during their time at camp. Many of the nation’s finest athletic facilities will be utilized during each camp session.


The camp will be coordinated and directed by Coach Kelly and all members of the Notre Dame Football Coaching Staff. Coaches from all levels of NCAA football, along with premier high school coaches from across the country, will comprise the remainder of the coaching staff. The opportunity to work with coaches from every geographic region offers each camper the maximum level of exposure. Our well organized and professional staff is here to make your camp experience worthwhile, productive, and fun!

Coaches from these colleges and universites were represented at camp the past two years:

Anderson University Northern Michigan University
Alma College North Park University
Aurora University Northwood University
Arizona West College Ohio Northern University
Assumption College Olivet College
Ave Maria University Otterbein University
Campbell University Robert Morris University
Columbia University Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Concordia College San Diego Mesa College
Defiance College St. Joseph�s College
Dickinson College Texas A&M University � Commerce
Eastern Illinois University The College of Wooster
Elmhurst College University of Indianapolis
Grand Valley State U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
Greenville College University at Buffalo
Hiram College University of Chicago
Hope College University of Dubuque
Indiana State University University of Findlay
Iowa Western Community College University of Northern Iowa
John Carroll University University of Otterbein
Kalamazoo College University of Richmond
Kansas Wesleyan University Valparaiso University
Knox College Waldorf College
Lehigh University Wartburg College
MacMurray College Wayne State University
Manchester College Wheaton College
Marietta College Wittenberg University
McDaniel College
Millikin University
Missouri S&T

What to Bring

– Helmet
– Mouth Piece
– Bed Linens
– Pillow
– Toiletries/Shower Items (towels, shower shoes, etc.)
– Cleats/Athletic Shoes
– Socks
– Multiple Sets of Work Out Clothes
– Fan (Optional)
*Please leave valuables at home, there will be a camp bank that parents and campers can deposit cash into at the beginning of camp so that campers can make purchases during camp.