Next Level Camp 2020 – Stockholm (Haninge)
Week 1: 13-18 juni
Week 2: 21-26 juni
Boys/Girls born 02-08
Next Level Camp is a new basketball camp for those who want to take the next step in their basketball development.
We arranged our first camp, 16-21 june 2018, and it became a big success with about 90 basketball players on the camp.
2019 we arrange two session and both weeks was sold out.
This summer we will arrange two camps.
We see ourselves as an educational camp where the goal is to give each individual new or “finer” tools to become a better basketball player.
The coaches at the camp are hand picked to ensure high quality.
All of our coaches are talented and have a wealth of skills and education.
We are now working with the preparations of editon three of Next Level Camp.
Choose which week who suits you the best or why not sign up to both.
The registration open the 7:th of december 2019
Week 1: 13-18 June
Week 2: 21-26 June
Week 1: The camp was sold out with 115 participants
Week 2: The camp was sold out with 95 participants
Week 1: The camp was sold out with 90 participants
Our top coaches 2020
Joakim Brunnström, 46, with more than 20 years of experience as a basketball coach, is this season the coach of Södertälje BBK’s Girls-06.
Jocke has for the past 15 years been active as a coach on the girl side in SBBK and with players from 4 years to elite.
A dedicated, committed and solid basketball coach who is made 9 years as Regioncoach and has been with 5 years at different national youth teams.
Coach Brunnström does its second Next Level Camp in 2020
Christina Batastin, 41 years old, i is the head instructor of Batastini School of Basketball in Providence, RI.
She played and coached professionally in Europe, was a practice player for the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun, played for #1 ranked and NCAA Final Four team Stanford University, coached at Brown University, and was named a high school Parade and Nike All-American.
Christina has a Masters in Education from Harvard University and is a USA Basketball Gold Licensed Coach.
Coach Batastini is the current head coach for the Girls’ High School AA Prep team at St. Andrew’s School.
This will be Christinas first Next Level Camp
Aitor Paris, 24-year-old basketball coach from Barcelona, Spain.
Coach Paris has been a basketball coach for 9 seasons with a special focus on boys and girls U12 to U18 He has also trained women’s seniors.
In addition to his involvement in basketball, he works as a sports teacher at a school in Barcelona.
This season he is the coach of the Catalan club Ktòlic where he coaches the club’s Ladies U18.
Aitor is a dedicated, knowledgeable and promising coach who loves basketball and has previously participated as coach at several international camps.
Aitor participated in NLC18 & 19 and will now participate in his third Next Level Camp this summer
Mohamed Madani, 24 years old, is a leader in Hammarby Basket. previously coached the club’s women’s team and Girls 03. In other words, Coach Madani has a wide spectrum to use when training players.
Mohamed is a committed coach who spreads energy and is passionate about helping his players achieve their dreams. Mohamed is also known for his positive and happy manner towards everyone in his surroundings.
A dedicated coach that everyone wants at their camps. A real joy spreader.
Mohamed who joined the start of Next Level Camp 2018 has been one of the most popular coaches in previous years. His participation in 2020 makes him now making his third NLC.
Born: 1972 Family: wife and two children
Job: Club director
Enjoys in life: Youth basketball
Three quick words describing Jocke:
Engaged, Organizational, Accurate
Joakim “Jocke” Samuelsson, has over 25 years of experience in developing youth players in basketball. He has been working as a basketball coach at high school for 15 years and with the swedish Region teams for 8 years as well as a youth national coach.
He has helped many players to reach different youth nationalteams and won the most as youth coach. However, Jocke’s biggest merit is that he is Sweden’s first, and only one trainer so far, who helped three players from Sweden reach the NBA / WNBA. Maciej Lampe, Damir Markota and Amanda Zahui B. have all been trained regularly by Jocke. Jocke is also the founder and still the project leader of the Lampe Challenge basketball tournament, which is played every year in May.
Next Level Camp is his latest project and will now be arranged for the third year in a row.