CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Charlotte 49ers women's soccer program will play host to a second Winter ID Clinic, January 19 and 20, it was announced by the coaching staff Thursday. The second camp is scheduled due to high demand and space restrictions resulting from the first clinic, which was held December 15 and 16.

The camp, designed for individuals who have goals and aspirations to play collegiate soccer, will help identify future college players, teach potential collegiate players the demand of competing at the NCAA level and provide a high quality training from a nationally-competitive program.

Each camper, ranging in age from 14-22, will be provided a soccer ball.

Registration fee for the clinic is $140 with an additional $10 cost for online registration. While housing is not provided, hotels near the university will be offering discounted rates for those attending. Lunch and dinner is also not provided by the camp.

Full details on the upcoming Winter ID clinic can be found by clicking here. Or for more information on all Charlotte Soccer Camps, click here.

All Charlotte 49er Camps and Clinics are open to any and all entrants - and are only limited by the age, gender or grade level.