Warriors Basketball Academy to Host Summer Camp Sessions in Thrive City

Apr 29, 2021/WARRIORS.COM

Warriors Basketball Academy has announced its 2021 summer camp schedule, and the docket is highlighted by four outdoor sessions in partnership with Kaiser Permanente at Thrive City, the community gathering space surrounding Chase Center. The camps are for youth ages 8-17, and registration for all of Warriors Basketball Academy’s summer sessions are open now at gswacademy.com.

Three of the four summer sessions of Warriors Basketball Camp at Thrive City will tip off in July (July 5-9; 12-16, 26-30), and the final session will take place August 2-6. The sessions will focus on individual skill development, the importance of fundamentals and the development of a healthy team attitude for boys and girls, ages 8-17, of all skill levels and abilities. For the full commercial on how Warriors Basketball Camp sessions will safely operate this summer, CLICK HERE.

Warriors Basketball Academy created a comprehensive Return-to-Play Plan in accordance with federal, state and county health guidelines to provide young athletes the opportunity to safely participate in workouts in highly sterilized environments. This summer, camps will take place in small groups in both indoor and outdoor settings and face coverings will be required at all times. For more information on the Academy’s Return-to-Play Plan, CLICK HERE.

Discounts are available for early registration. Those deadlines are May 19 for June sessions, June 16 for July sessions, and July 14 for August sessions. For complete details on the summer camps and to register online, visit gswacademy.com or call (510) 986-5310.

Since its inception in the summer of 2000, Warriors Basketball Camp has attracted over 60,000 youth from six different continents to participate in hundreds of sessions in 27 cities around the Bay Area. Warriors forward Juan Toscano Anderson is the third former participant to play in the NBA and the first to play for the Golden State Warriors. Last summer, the Academy featured virtual summer sessions registering nearly 900 youth from 23 different states and international countries including Canada, Iceland, Italy, Puerto Rico and Switzerland.