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Olympic Development Program

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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.


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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 2003
  • Boys & Girls born in 2004
  • 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

 

What are Regional Camps?

US Youth Soccer is divided into four regions, each which offers a regional camp for state association ODP teams in each eligible age group. The camps are designed to provide high level competition and training for participating players. During this training and competition, players who can perform at a higher level of play are identified for possible national team camp, pool, or team participation. Each region varies somewhat as to the specifics and the cost of their camps. Your state association or regional administrator should be contacted for more information.

What is a National Camp?
National Camps and Interregional events are held throughout the year at various locations in the United States. The National Team Coach or a National Staff Coach is present at these events to observe, train, and identify players for placement in the national pool or on a national team.

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.

 

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ODP Player Manual

 


ODP Calendar 2019-20

Oklahoma Soccer Association is excited to announce the ODP seasonal schedule and the changes to the program.

 

The Identification Date will be Sunday, October 20th @ Stillwater Soccer Complex (BABCOCK PARK & SPORTS COMPLEX 19th Ave. & Western Rd., Stillwater, OK 74074) and will be held for all ages from 03-09 Boys & Girls.

  • 2009 & 2008 Boys: 1:30 - 3:00pm Field# 3/4
  • 2009 & 2008 Girls: 3:30 - 5:00pm Field# 4/3
  • 2007 & 2006 Boys: 11:30am - 1:00pm Field# 4
  • 2007 & 2006 Girls: 11:30am - 1:00pm Field# 1
  • 2005, 2004 & 2003 Boys: 4:00 - 6:00pm Field# 4
  • 2005, 2004 & 2003 Girls: 4:00 - 6:00pm Field# 1

 

Registration cost is $95 for USYS members and $110 for non USYS members.

Age group schedules:

 

2009 Boys & Girls:

Age group training Nov – April 1st (1 training per month)

Jan 2020, STX Event (tbd)

March 2020, Blues City Blowout Tournament, Mike Rose Complex, TN

June or July, ODP Summer Camp (dates tbd)

 

2006/07/08 Boys & Girls:

Age group training Nov – April 1st (1 training per month)

Jan 2020, STX Event (tbd)

Nov - Jan 1st is and Identification period for the ODP Region Championships in Auburndale FL, Jan 24-28th.

 

2003/04/05 Boys & Girls:

Age group training Nov – April 1st (1 training per month)

Jan 2020, STX Event (tbd)

March 2020, Las Vegas Mayors Cup Tournament, Las Vegas

Boys 2-15/17 & Girls 2-21/23.

Nov – April 1st is and Identification period for the ODP Region Championships in Murfreesboro, TN June 5-9th. (Additional training April & May for players selected to attend this event)

June 2020,

 

South Region ODP Championships - Boys & Girls
Auburndale, FL
Jan 24-28, 2020
Age Groups:  2006, 2007, 2008

(July 2020, National ODP Championships if qualified.)

 

South Region ODP Championships - Boys & Girls
Murfreesboro, TN
Jun 5-9 2020
Age Groups:  2003, 2004 2005

(July 2020, National ODP Championships if qualified)

 

Other Events:

March 2020, (Spring Break)

Costa Rica International ODP Trip for 2005/06 Boys and Girls

http://www.oksoccer.com/exciting_odp_announcement/

July 2020,

South Region ODP Camp (Invites only)

 

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

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

adam@oksoccer.com    Adam Kenes, Assistant Director of Coaching/ODP G.M.



 

 

 

 
 
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