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Updated 12/8/2016

2017 Maryland State ODP U13-17 Tryouts: CALLBACK LISTS

 

The following age group pools will have callback lists attached below as the callback lists become available following the conclusion of their final open tryout block. Players appearing on the callback list for their age group and gender are still being considered for selection and should attend the callback block for their age group and gender based on the tryout schedule.

2005/06 (U12) Boys- Final Pool List (as of 10/27)

2005/06 (U12) Girls- Final Pool List (as of 10/27)

2004 (U13) Boys- Final Pool List (as of 11/8)

2004 (U13) Girls- Final Pool List (as of 11/14)

2003 (U14) Boys- Final Pool List (as of 11/14)

2003 (U14) Girls- Final Pool List (as of 11/9)

2002 (U15) Boys- Final Pool List (as of 11/7)

2002 (U15) Girls- Final Pool List (as of 10/26)

2001 (U16) Boys- Final Pool List (as of 10/25)

2001 (U16) Girls- Final Pool List (as of 10/31)

2000 (U17) Boys- Final Pool List (as of 10/18) 

2000 (U17) Girls- Final Pool List (as of 10/25)

 

 

U12 (2005, 2006)
Parents Meeting 
3/15/17 **DATE CHANGE**

Robinson Nature Center
6692 Cedar Ln, Columbia, MD 21044
Players are asked not to attend due to space limitations.

 

Boys
6:30-7:30

 

Girls
7:45-8:45

 

 

 

2017 ODP Player Additional Payments and Balance Due can be found Here

 


 

The US Youth Soccer 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 and regional associations.  At the state association level, pools of players are identified in each eligible age group, and brought together as a team to develop their skill through training and competition.  From the state pools and subsequent teams, players are identified for regional and national pools and teams.  Maryland State ODP teams are comprised of the best Maryland players in various age groups.

Click here to read about the ODP Advantage

US Youth Soccer segmented the United States into four regions (see below). Maryland is part of Region I.

 

 

More information concerning Region I can be found by clicking here

More information concerning US Youth Soccer can be found by clicking here

 


 

What it takes to be successful in the US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program

By: John Ellinger

 
 
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