1. New Look, Same Legacy

Same Legacy 2

Posted May 12, 2017 | Bret

It's been long overdue, but our staff would like to announce the official launch of our new website!

Our staff wants to strive to make things easier and more user-friendly for athletes, parents, and coaches. Our new website is a great step in that direction. We've added some features that will improve player profiles, managing your account, game-stat entry, and our staff's efficiency in sharing information with college coaches across America!

If you are brand new and have not created an account, go ahead and sign up for an event, and you'll be prompted to make an account. No further action is needed. Enjoy your Kohl's experience! If you had an account on our previous website, please hang with us, and please read the following.

Actions Needed For Previous Accounts

Our migration to a new web platform was a big move, so we encourage you to read the information below to take the steps needed to make sure your information is correct.

If you had an account with us on our previous website, a new account has been made under the email address your old account was accessible from. You will need to visit this page to request a new password for your new account. Please keep reading before you do this.

If you need help, or do not know which email account you used on our old website, please send us an email at email@kohlskicking.com, and our staff will look it up.

Please take a stroll through your new account and enter any of your personal information. The "Hold Harmless" agreement made on the old website still applies. If you had a player profile please scroll down for more information.

Your Old Account, Profile, and Purchase History


You may still view camp order history prior to March 10th, 2017 by signing in to your old account. Our staff can also access any past information that was stored on our old website if needed. If you would like to access your old account, CLICK HERE.

For all past Camp Package holders, your coupon codes will still work, and you can pick up where you left off. If you have any issues at all, please contact us.


If you had a player profile on the old website, it will remain active, and will still be accessible from the web link you may have already sent to college coaches. A link to your profile will also still show up on our new player profile database page. You can still access and edit it with your old account from HERE.

You also have the option to switch to our new player profile design if you would like, but you are responsible for re-entering your profile information and past season/weekly statistics. You will be able to refer to your old profile to view and copy any information on it. Please contact bret@kohlskicking.com if you plan to upgrade to the new player profile design. *Please Note: We are working to make the new profiles include past camp results, but they currently do not. Keep this in mind when deciding if you would like to update.

Your old profile will still be viewable if you choose not to do this. However, once the 2017 football season starts you will need to make the switch to our new profile design if you want any of your new game statistics to reflect on your profile.

If you have any questions at all, or need any assistance please contact us!

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