PHRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
PHRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS
PICTURE THIS - your high school team playing together, under the lights, with the back drop of the Philadelphia city skyline with music playing the soundtrack of the Summer of 2022. This action packed environment will set the stage for your 2022 season at The Proving Grounds Field Hockey's Phriday Night Lights sponsored by Longstreth. With everything from skill development and most importantly tough competition, Phriday Night Lights has it all ….so sign up today... you don’t want to be left out in the dark!
The sessions are open to any and all participants; limited only by age, grade level, and/or gender. This clinic is open to high school girls.
YOU MUST GET CONFIRMATION FROM YOUR HIGH SCHOOL TEAM THAT YOU ARE ATTENDING THE EVENT BEFORE SIGNING UP BELOW.
*Minimum of 12 players and GK per team.
*Maximum of 18 players and 2 GK per team.
3 - 25 minute games 11 v 11 full field
Required Forms - Please click here to review and execute the required forms for attendance.
How to register for Phriday Night Lights
- In the Team Registration section below, click the add to cart. If you see your team name in the drop down list, continue with registration and check out. This will successfully place you on your team. No further action is required.
- If you DO NOT see your team in the drop down list, click the add to cart in the Individual Registration section and proceed to check out. Upon completing registration, your team will have successfully reserved a spot.
PHRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS 2022
When - Thursday, August 4, 2022
Where - Proving Grounds, Conshohocken, PA
Time - 2-11PM (check-in begins at 1pm)
Price - $67.00
PHRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS - INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION $67
Team Registration August 5th (Registrants who's team has reserved a spot at Phriday Night Lights should proceed to check out here. You should see your team name in the drop down list after clicking add to cart.)
PHRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS - TEAM REGISTRATION $67
CQSports has the right to cancel all camp events for reasons including but not limited to: minimal registration numbers, Government control due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, or extension of the NCAA dead period.