Red and Black Football Summer Clinic 2


Ages: High School

Location: Citrin Field – 161 Cross Street, Middletown, CT

Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Times: 1:30pm-4:00pm

Registration Closed


This is a non-contact, no pads clinic for High School ages


Cost: $150


Arriving at Clinic

The Clinic is at Wesleyan University – Citrin Field – 161 Cross Street, Middletown, CT 

Citrin Field is located behind the Freeman Athletic Center. Parking is located at the Q, R, or U lots.


Registration/Check In – 1 hour prior to Clinic

Registration will start at 12:30PM. Please bring your completed waiver form to registration. Stretch and warm ups will begin on the field at 1:30PM. Citrin Field has a small set of bleachers but portable chairs are also recommended for visitors.



Cleats and Helmets will be worn at the clinic. We know some participants will not have helmets and we will make sure you are not doing a drill with someone that has one. If you have a helmet please try to have your last name taped to the front of the helmet so coaches can read it. We will have helmet tape at camp but prefer you to have it on prior. We will not be supplying water bottles so we ask that you bring your own water. We will not be doing clinic jerseys so we suggest you wear your school colors, school name, or gear with your name on it so visiting coaches can easily identify you.



We will have a trainer on site. He will be there if you need something during the practice.


Waiver Information

Please print, fill out, sign and deliver waiver to registration check in. Download Waiver



Wesleyan University – Citrin Field

161 Cross Street

Middletown, CT


Miscellaneous Information

Note: Camps are non-refundable.



Clinic Directors

Matt Coyne (860-919-3052) email

Dan DiCenzo (860-463-8868)


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way to communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you registered for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.