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GOALS: Iowa State’s Football Camps offer you the chance to enhance your individual skills in a team atmosphere. You will learn the fundamentals that will make you a championship player on a championship team. Plus, you’ll learn the importance of leadership, sportsmanship, and academics from Head Coach Matt Campbell and the members of his coaching staff. Don’t miss the opportunity to improve yourself as a player and as a person.

LOCATION: Iowa State Football Camps are located in Ames, Iowa on the spectacular Iowa State University campus. There is easy access to Ames via Interstate 35, Highway 30, and other routes. Ames is located just 30 miles north of Des Moines and within easy driving distance from any city in the state.


  • Jack Trice Stadium
  • Bergstrom Football Complex
  • Johnny Majors Practice Fields


  • Maple, Willow, Larch Dorms
  • Maple, Willow, Larch Fields
  • South East Recreation Fields

INSURANCE, HEALTH & SAFETY: Each camper will be covered by the 24-hour insurance program. Any additional coverage is the responsibility of the parent or guardian.


  • Covered by personal medical insurance.
  • Present at check-in a copy of a sports or School Physical performed within a calendar year of the camp that they are participating in. OR
  • Present a parent / guardian waiver of liability.
  • Campers should bring current Dr. or School physical forms with them to camp check in.

Due to the heat and fast-paced tempo of our practices, each camper is encouraged to come to camp in good physical condition. Every effort is made to protect the health and safety of each camper through our certified athletic training staff, supervised warm-up periods, constant inspection of equipment and responsible instruction. It is the responsibility of each camper to stay hydrated. Water and PowerAde will be available at all times. Campers without the proper parental / guardian signatures will not be allowed to participate!

ENROLLMENT: To enroll in Iowa State Football Camps, simply click on the 'Register Online' tab.As a reminder, campers will be required to upload a current Sports or School Physical form prior to the camps start date, or bring one on the day of camp to registration check-in to be allowed to participate in camp. Parent / Guardian waivers will also be available at camp check in.

Please see specific camp pages for required amount and due dates. Enrollment after due date will require a $15 late fee.

CANCELLATIONS: Cancellations, less A $10 administrative fee, will be refunded without any questions if you cancel your enrollment prior to the start date of each specific camp. At any time after, refunds will be made for medical reasons only up until 14 days after the completion of camp. Requests for refunds must be accompanied by a signed excuse from your physician. Campers who must leave during camp due to illness or injury will not be refunded. NO REFUNDS will be given to campers who voluntarily leave camp or who are sent home for disciplinary reasons.



BOOSTER STATEMENT: The NCAA prohibits an ISU booster (other than a parent / guardian or close family member) from paying a portion of the camper’s camp fees.

ATTENDANCE STATEMENT: Camps are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).

DISCLAIMER: Iowa State University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, ethnicity, religion, national origin, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, sex, marital status, disability, or status as a U.S. Veteran. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies may be directed to Office of Equal Opportunity, 3410 Beardshear Hall, 515 Morrill Road, Ames, Iowa 50011, Tel. 515 294-7612, email This number is not to be called for camp related questions.

*The Iowa State Football Camps are not Iowa State University Camps but are operated independently by Matt Campbell Football Camps, LLC. Permission to use ISU trademarks is granted under agreement by Iowa State University.