7 Superb-Sports Camps For Active Kids

What better way for kids to burn off energy, keep fit and make new friends than attending one of the regions’ many action-packed and fun-filled sports camps this summer.
7 Superb-Sports Camps For Active Kids
By C Hoppe
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What better way for kids to burn off energy, keep fit and make new friends than attending one of the regions’ many action-packed and fun-filled sports camps this summer.


DUBAI: Football Center

Matches and tournaments all built around improving the skills and techniques of players of every ability.

Price: 5 full days (6hrs) – Dhs 1000, 5 half days (3hrs) – Dhs 650

Age: 4-16 years

Date/Timing: 28th June – 3rd September, 9am – 12pm and 1pm – 4pm

For more info:  [email protected] or 04 348 3869


DUBAI: Dubai Tennis 360

Certified coaches run a variety of exciting tennis games and exercises to improve coordination and fundamental movement skills while learning tennis techniques.

Price: Dhs 900 per week (Dhs 240 per day)

Age: 5-13 years

Date/Timing: 5th – 30th July, 12-3pm

For more info:  [email protected]


DUBAI:  Active Sports Academy

Sports-based group games and activities that encourage teamwork and cooperation.  Groups organised by age so staff can lead age appropriate games and activities such as basketball, rounders, swimming, dodgeball and tennis.  New for 2015; each Thursday there will be a ‘well being’ session- topics include: healthy eating, karate, first aid, bullying and more.

Price: Full week – Dhs 650

Age: 4-14 years

Date/Timing: 28th June – 27th August, 8.30am – 2pm

For more info:  www.activeuae.com/holiday-camp-summer-2015



With 2 locations in Abu Dhabi and more than 10 across Dubai, an E-sports camp is probably within striking distance for almost all parents.  Kids take part in 5 sports every day including football, basketball, swimming, tennis and dodgeball.

Price: Dhs 650 per week

Age: 4-14 years

Date/Timing: 28th June – 27th August – 9am – 1.30pm

For more info: esportsholidaycamps.com, [email protected] and [email protected]


ABU DHABI: Al Forsan International Sports Resort

This camp boasts swimming, archery, kayaking and martial arts on offer in a 3,200m sq air conditioned sports dome.  Kids can extend to include wakeboarding, watersports, knee boarding and pony rides for additional fees.

Price: Dhs 650 for 5 days plus Dhs 150 registration fee per child.  Special additional activities are Dhs 100-110 per option.

Age: 4-12 years

Date/timing: 28th June – 27th August, 9am – 3pm

More info: [email protected]


ABU DHABI: Zayed Sports City

Ice Skating Fun Camp is a cool way to spend the hot summer days. This fun camp provides a half-day of on and off ice instruction. They’ll improve their skills on the ice through games, lessons and new friendships.

Price: Dhs 650 per week (includes instruction, snack, skates and safety gear)

Age: from tots to older children (no experience necessary)

Date/Timing: 28 June to 16 July, with a morning session from 9am to 1pm and an afternoon session from 1 pm until 5pm.

For more info: [email protected] or call 02 403 4333.


SHARJAH: Gymnastics Time Academy

There’s a full range of sports on offer here- including gymnastics, kickboxing, dodgeball, basketball, swimming and so much more…

Price: Dhs 575 per week

Age: 3-14 years

Date/Timing: 5th July – 13th August, 9am – 1.30pm

For more info:  [email protected]

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