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Colorado State Pueblo - Football Camps
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ThunderWolves Football Camps
Camps Of Champions

Neta and Eddie DeRose ThunderBowl
Colorado State University - Pueblo
Pueblo, Colorado

COVID-19 UPDATE

We are very disappointed to announce the incredibly difficult decision to cancel all Pack Athletics day and residential camps as well as our adult soccer league. We understand the value of camps to our community and we will miss the opportunity to develop local youth while showcasing our staff, facilities and university.

The COVID-19 health crisis is fluid and ever-changing, so our decision was made based on current information. Governor Polis has extended the “Stay-at-Home” Order, cases in Pueblo are on the rise and our University is not willing to put its staff, students or youth at risk.

Our number one goal is to protect our community. We also want to give our student-athletes every chance to have a safe July and a full return to participation in August. We spent hundreds of hours trying to make camps and our league possible. We are not being complacent one bit, but there are just too many concerns to overcome.


Coach John Wristen and the entire CSU-Pueblo coaching staff are very excited to offer our camp as a chance for you and your team to be better prepared for the upcoming season. Our football camp gives players and coaches the opportunity to tune-up their exisiting offense and defense, or the chance to get valuable reps when installing new systems. Our coaching staff is available for individual workouts as well.

Please follow the links on the navigation to view camp information. Online registration is safe and secure using Ryzer.

Please Note: To experience the convenience of online camp registration, each camper incurs a small online processing fee. 

To avoid the fee, please download a registration brochure (found on each camp's website) and send your registration to the appropriate camp director with an attached check or money order.


Last summer the “CAMP OF CHAMPIONS” had 28 teams from 4 states participate across the 3 sessions. Of those teams there were 15 teams to make the playoffs in their state classification with two runner-ups. That’s more than half of the camp teams making the post season!