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The US Youth Soccer ODP Philosophy
To identify players of the highest caliber on a continuing and consistent basis, which will lead to increased success for the U.S. National Teams in the international arena.

Purpose

The U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) is a national identification and development program for high-level players. The program identifies and develops youth players throughout the country, to represent their state association (OSA), region (South Region) and the United States in soccer competitions.

 

ODP Teams are formed at the Oklahoma Soccer Association and regional level, made up of the best players in various age groups.

 

 


What is the Olympic Development Program (ODP)?

Oklahoma ODP seeks to identify elite players from all over the state with the intention of developing those players with supplemental training in a competitive environment while exposing them to opportunities for success at higher levels of competition.

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US Youth Soccer Breakdown

US Youth Soccer is divided into four regions, each of which offers Regional Trials for state association teams in each eligible age group. South Texas is in the South Region, along with North Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida.

For more information about the history of the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program CLICK HERE.

 

Who is Eligible?
Any soccer player is eligible for consideration in the US Youth Soccer ODP if he or she meets the age requirements for the established age group. A player may try out in the state association in which he or she is eligible to be registered. A player may not try out for the ODP in more than one state association.odp_pyramid

Eligible Age Groups:

  • Boys & Girls  born in 2004 (Fall & Spring Talent Identification 1 day events. Locations Tulsa & OKC, dates and locations tbd, cost $50 per player for registration to both ID events)
  • Boys & Girls born in 2005
  • Boys & Girls born in 2006
  • Boys & Girls born in 2007
  • Boys & Girls born in 2008
  • Boys & Girls born in 2009
  • Boys & Girls born in 2010
  • Boys & Girls born in 2011 (Pre ODP Program. Training only, no events scheduled for these age groups currently)

 

 

 

What are the Benefits of Participating in US Youth Soccer ODP?

  1. Development as a player. The opportunity to train and play with the best players in one's age group.
  2. Quality instruction from nationally licensed coaches.
  3. Quality competition. Games against other state association ODP teams.
  4. Exposure to regional and national team coaches.
  5. The opportunity to represent one's state, region, or country in competition.
  6. Exposure to college coaches.

 

Pages from Player_Manual_US_Youth_Soccer_ODP_1_2018.pdf

ODP Player Manual

 


Next Calendar Events:

 

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us:

d.yates@oksoccer.com  David Yates, Oklahoma State Technical Director



UPDATE:

ODP Training Session scheduled for Sunday Dec 12th at NOKC

Time: 1-2pm for goalkeeprs, 2-4pm for field players

Fields: NOKC, fields immediately on left as you enter the complex.

 

 

UPDATE:
Sunday Nov 21st Training Session is cancelled. We will look to reschedule for Dec 1st or 15th in OKC from 6:30-8pm
 
UPDATE:
The STX friendlies are cancelled. We will look into doing some OK friendlies for ODP age groups and local OKC/Tulsa Competitive teams during early spring 2022.
 
 
NOTE:
The original date for the introductory session has been rescheduled to 10/6 or 10/8 due to lack of field availability in the OKC Metro area
As soon as we have updated information we will post here.
 
ODP Training Updates (Dates/Times & Locations)
 
Wed Oct 6th, 6-8pm @ MidWest City Soccer Complex, fields 9 & 11 (1799 National Blvd, Midwest City, 73110)
 
Sun Oct 10th, 3-5pm 2 Alsuma Soccer Complex, (9800 E 51st St, Tulsa, 74146)
(There will be a Goalkeeper Training session from 2:30-3:30pm and then the GK's will return to their groups)
 

 

 
 
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