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Red Bulls announce Stony Brook School as new residential camp partner

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HARRISON, N.J. (March 11, 2016) – The New York Red Bulls have partnered with The Stony Brook School in Stony Brook, Long Island, as a residential camp partner, the club announced today. The Stony Brook School is the ninth residential camp location to be offered for Red Bulls Training Programs.

“We are excited to offer this new, family friendly and player centric campus as an option for our non-RDS residential campers,” Regional Manager of Red Bulls Training Programs for Long Island Jerome Vivona said. “Our partnership with the Stony Brook School should allow us to provide an exceptional experience for even more players than ever before. It is a wonderful addition to our residential camp roster.”

REGISTER: Sign up for Stony Brook School camp dates in July

The residential camp at Stony Brook School is available to boys and girls ages 9-16. The camp begins on July 17 and runs until July 21. Early registration for a discounted price is open and ends on April 1.

“The Stony Brook School Summer Programs is proud to partner with the New York Red Bulls to offer a world-class soccer camp during the summer of 2016,” Director of Summer Programs Tory Abrahamsen. “With the Stony Brook School’s long history of residential education, and the Red Bull’s professional caliber soccer development program, we are confident that this camp will be among the best in the Northeast.”

The Stony Brook School is a scenic 55-acre residential campus that is less than a mile from the Long Island Sound and only 50 miles East of Manhattan. The campus features first-class dining, residential halls and pristine natural grass playing fields. The campus also features a fully equipped field house in cases of inclement weather, snack bar and a pool.

The Red Bulls’ residential soccer camps are offered at select residential locations in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The residential camps provide individual players and teams with the opportunity to take part in a unique youth soccer training experience. For more information, visit the residential camps page on

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