FAQs Archive - GameFace Sports Camps

The GameFace Advantage

Why are GameFace Sports Camps right for me or my child?

The GameFace Sports Camp experience is more than just another baseball camp. In addition to high quality instruction from professional level coaches, players receive encouragement to excel both on the field, in the classroom and in life. This includes an emphasis on smart training, good nutrition and daily exercise.

GameFace Campers

Who can participate in GameFace Sports Camps?

GameFace Sports Camps are designed for boys and girls, between the ages of 9 and 16, who are ready to take their game to the next level, from learning the basics to the most advanced, pro-level skills.

What if I have no prior baseball experience?

GameFace Sports Camps are designed for players of all levels to learn and perfect essential baseball techniques.

How will campers be grouped on the field?

We form groups based on age and, in select cases, skill level.

Do boys and girls train together in the co-ed camps?

GameFace believes that athletic excellence is gender neutral. Boys and girls are trained together in co-ed groups throughout the duration of the camp.

Preparing for the Camps/What to Expect

What equipment is required for camp?

Players are required to bring their own equipment, including bats, gloves, cleats, and helmets.

Is transportation available to and from the camp?

GameFace does not provide transportation; players must secure their own rides to and from camp.

Are parents or adults required to accompany campers?

Parents are not required to accompany campers, but are permitted to stay and watch. At no time are parents allowed on the field.

Do the camps have rain dates?

Yes, if heavy rainfall starts before camp begins, the camp will be rescheduled for the following day. In such cases, parents will be notified by email by 7:45 a.m.

Do you have services for early drop-off or late pick-up?

No, GameFace does not provide early drop-off or late pick-up services.

How is discipline enforced during the camps?

If a player is found to be overly disruptive they will be removed from the field and their parents will be contacted.

Are campers evaluated?

GameFace Summer Camp holds a final scrimmage for players to demonstrate what they’ve learned. One athlete per age group will be recognized as a GameFace All-Star team member and awarded a scholarship to compete in the Stars & Stripes Winter World Series tournament in Orlando, Florida.

Nutrition and Health

What kind of food is provided for lunch?

Lunch varies per camp, but at each camp, GameFace strives to offer meals that support good nutritional habits. If you are interested in partnering with GameFace to provide healthy lunches for athletes, please contact us.

What if my child has dietary restrictions?

To ensure the health and safety of our campers, we ask those with dietary restrictions to bring their own lunch.

What if my child requires medication?

Please call 1-800-426-1064 to set up a personalized medical plan if your child requires medication that needs to be taken during camp hours.

How are injuries handled on the field?

Minor injuries are treated by a first-aid certified individual, followed by close monitoring until the athlete has recovered and is well enough to resume participation. For serious injuries, 911 is called with paramedics determining if the athlete should be taken to the nearest medical center.

GameFace All-Stars

What does it mean to be an All-Star?

All players participating in GameFace Sports Camps are eligible for nomination to the GameFace All-Star Team. Select members of our All-Star Team will also be invited to Orlando over the winter holidays to participate in the GameFace and Stars & Stripes Winter World Series. The cost of registration and housing are covered for these GameFace All-Stars, but each player will need to make their own transportation arrangements to and from the event.

How are they chosen?

Brian Jordan and GameFace coaches select one boy or girl in each age group at each camp based on their skill, ability and commitment to excellence on the field, in the classroom and in life.

When will I know if I am selected as an All-Star?

The GameFace All-Star Team will be announced on the last day of camp. Those team members invited to Orlando will be notified after the camp session is over.

Fees and Registration

How much do GameFace Sports Camps cost?

GameFace Sports Camps cost $275. Those who register before the Early Registration deadline can save $75.

How do I register? What is the registration deadline?

Registration starts here and is open until camp reaches capacity.

Do you offer group discounts?

Please email gamefacecamps@gmail.com to get more information about registering groups.

What is your cancellation/refund policy?

Each GameFace camp has a $275 non-refundable, non-transferrable deposit and any cancellation will result in a loss of this deposit.


Do you offer scholarships?

Through the generosity of our sponsors and support of local  community partners, who share our belief that everyone should be given a chance to pursue their love for baseball, GameFace offers full scholarships to campers who otherwise might not be able to attend.

How do you decide who gets a scholarship? How many scholarships are issued?

At each GameFace Sports Camp, we reserve spots for young athletes from underserved communities who are identified by our community partners at neighboring schools, local rec centers, social service agencies, and faith-based institutions.

How can I apply?

Talk with your coach, teacher, mentor, etc. and have them contact us.

When is the application due?

Scholarship applications are accepted until all sponsored spots are filled. Please contact us to inquire about availability.

Supporting a GameFace Scholar

I’d like to help provide more scholarships for young athletes from underserved communities. How can I help?

GameFace wants to talk with you as we share your belief that all children should have a chance to pursue their passions in sports. Contact us for more information on how to sponsor a player.

What do I receive for my donation?

Please download our Sponsorship Brochure for detailed information about sponsorship opportunities.

Terms & Conditions

What are the required waiver terms to particiapte in a camp?
  1. GameFace Camps and the Baseball Warehouse staff reserve the right, at their sole discretion, to withdraw any child whose influence or actions are deemed unsatisfactory to the camp. If this occurs, no reduction or return fee, or any part thereof, will be made.
  2. No refunds or reduction can be made for entering late or withdrawing early and registrations are non-transferrable.
    I certify that my child has permission to participate in all GameFace Camp drills, games and activities.
  3. I give permission to GameFace Camps, its agents and others working under its authority, full and free use of video/photographs containing image/likeness of my child. I understand these images may be used in advertising, commercial or any marketing related purposes.
  4. In submitting my child’s registration for participation in GameFace Camps (“GameFace Activities”), I, for myself, my child, my heirs, executors and administrators, waive and release any and all rights and claims for damages I may have now or hereafter, arising against GameFace Camps, LLC, The Baseball Warehouse, Baltimore County Parks and Recreation, Baltimore County School System, the County of Baltimore, MD, and each of their employees, officers, directors, principals, agents, representatives, volunteers, contractors, successors, and sponsors, including but not limited to any and all claims of damages, injuries, demands, actions, whatsoever, however they may occur, arising as a result of my child’s participation in said GameFace Activities. I acknowledge that I am aware of the inherent risks in participating in athletic camps of this type. I attest and verify that my child is physically fit for this type of camp and that their physical condition has been verified by a licensed medical doctor.
  5. In the event I cannot be reached in an emergency when my child is under camp supervision, I hereby give permission to the physician selected by the camp to hospitalize, secure proper treatment for, and/or order injections, anesthesia, or surgery for my child.