Camp History

Guy Enoch and Mark Vermont met in the summer of 1997 while coaching in a soccer camp in Chestnut Hill, MA. 

Guy had just accepted the girls’ soccer varsity position at Hingham High School and Mark was working as an assistant coach at Winchester High School.

They founded Goalie Madness in 2000. 

The first camp was located in Higham and was attended by goalies from several towns on the south shore.

In 2002, coinciding with Mark accepting the girls’ soccer varsity position at Lynnfield High School, Goalie Madness expanded to the north shore.

For a period of 3 years, Goalie Madness offered two weeks of goalie training during the summer, in both the south and north shore.

When Guy left Hingham in 2005, Goalie Madness ceased its operations on the south shore while continuing to offer a week of goalie training on the north shore.

In 2019 Goalie Madness celebrated its 20th year of existence with the hope that many years are still to come.

our philosophy

We believe that goalkeepers perform best when they are challenged in a competitive and safe environment. 

We emphasize healthy physical and mental training, hard work, positive attitude and good sportsmanship. 

Our main objective is to develop each goalkeeper’s technical skills as well as his/her ability to make productive decisions on the field. 

We also feel that due to the proximity of the camp to the fall season, this camp is extremely beneficial for goalkeepers who wish to excel on their high school teams.