Ali Krieger Football Camps–AKFC


Ali Krieger launched Ali Krieger Football Camps (AKFC) in 2018. AKFC held five camps (youth and adult) in Virginia, and Pennsylvania last year and three camps in Florida in February 2019. AKFC plans additional camps in the midwest, southwest, and northeast in 2019. Future camps will will include offerings for youth, adults and varying levels of experience, along with off-the-field sessions.

Krieger earned her U.S. Soccer “C” Coaching License in 2018 via a program for NWSL players. She brings that education, along with 12 years as a professional soccer player to AKFC. All AKFC participants learn “The Warrior Way” – the mentality and core values that have helped Ali achieve success on and off the field. 

Recent Camps:


Youth Clinics and Camps

Curriculum will be tailored to athletes at all levels looking to hone skills from novice all the way to NCAA-bound athletes. Lessons in leadership, character, and confidence-building are central to all programs. All AKFC participants will learn “The Warrior Way” – the mentality and core values that have helped Ali achieve success on and off the field.

We strongly believe all kids should enjoy sports and be excited to participate, whether it is training or game day, and it is our goal to make sure every AKFC event achieves that balance between work and play.

With extensive experience playing professionally in both Europe and the United States, Ali is excited to share a unique blend of styles and skills with young people nationwide.

AKFC Experience – Adult Mini-Camps

For those above age 18, AKFC is thrilled to offer events that will give participants a look into what players at the top level experience day in and day out…along with a little fun along the way. Look for the first AKFC Experience event this fall with more information coming very soon! 

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Education Sessions

AKFC will also help educate and support parents and athletes, offering discussion and learning sessions with Ali along with expert guest speakers. Topics will range from general to specific including how to navigate the sometimes difficult landscape of elite level soccer with the goal of college scholarships, confidence-building for youth, and many others.

About Ali Krieger
Ali Krieger has achieved the highest level in women’s soccer playing for the U.S. Women’s National Team and professionally in America and Europe since 2008, and she holds a U.S. Soccer “C” Coaching License. One of the best defenders in the world, Ali currently plays for the Orlando Pride in the National Women’s Soccer League. Krieger has lived up to her last name, which means “warrior” in German, overcoming serious injuries during her career through determination and positivity.