Registration for the Boys 2003 Developmental Camp is open to players participating in State ODP. This camp is OPTIONAL, but recommended.
The purpose of the camp is to provide boys with the
potential to play elite, competitive soccer the opportunity to gain technical skills from Nationally Licensed Regional Coaches. The Region will also expose the players and their parents to the Olympic Development Program through seminars. Hotel and transportation is provided by the parents.
The Camp is June 25 to 27, 2015. Avon Old Farms School, 500 Old Farms Rd., Avon CT 06001
Registration for the Girls 2003 Region I ID Camp is open to players participating in State ODP. This camp is OPTIONAL, but recommended.
The Region I ID Camp is at University of Rhode Island in July, 2015 (Actual dates pending from Region I).
Parents provide transportation to URI, all meals and lodging are included.
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Tryouts start in August 2014 for all players with a birth year of 2001, 2002 and 2003. The players with birth year 1998, 1999 and 2000 will start tryouts late October 2014. All players must register for tryouts using the ODP Registration system. The fee is $45, onsite registration is $60. Non ENYYSA members may tryout for the same fees. However, if offered a position on the State ODP Team, you will not receive a registration discount, which could be upwards of $300.
Olympic Development Tryouts (ODP) are being held throughout the eastern part of NY. A player may register for more than one tryout. Additionally, a player may register for whatever tryout is convenient for them. However, if a player attends a tryout in the north (all of Westchester County and north) and lives in the south (five boroughs, Nassau and Suffolk County) if selected, they will train in the north.
To register, you need a valid email address. First you create an account and then register your child for the appropriate tryout.
You can pay by credit card, an dif you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the State Office at 1-888-5-ENYYSA.