2016 Maryland State ODP Spirit Wear

The Maryland State Youth Soccer Association and Soccer Post Annapolis are pleased to announce that parents/guardians and players have an opportunity to purchase spirit wear to show their participation in and support of the 2016 Maryland State ODP. To view the available items for purchase and to place orders please click here (http://soccerpostmd.tuosystems.com/stores/odp2016) and follow the instructions. If you have any questions please contact the Soccer Post Annapolis (410-263-3300).


2016 Maryland State ODP Make-Up Tryouts: Selected Players

Posted 3/3/2016 (11:00am)                                                                     


The list of selected players (U13-17) from the make-up tryout session is now available.

For the players who tried out and do not appear on the below list, please remember that ODP is a process, not an event. Please continue to train hard and be sure to attend tryouts again for the 2017 Maryland State ODP!

Every player listed should receive an e-mail with additional information. If you are listed and have not received an e-mail from programs@msysa.org by 5pm today (Thursday, March 3, 2016) then please send an e-mail to programs@msysa.org.

Please click here to view the list of selected players from the make-up tryout.

2016 Maryland State ODP Tryout Registration OPEN!
World Cup Champions Played US Youth Soccer ODP!

All 23 players from the 2015 World Cup Championship U.S. Women's National Team have ties to US Youth Soccer including 22 who are US Youth Soccer ODP alumni.

If you desire to one day play for your country then you should register to tryout for the 2016 Maryland State ODP this fall. Information pertaining to online tryout registration will be available on the MSYSA website beginning early September.

The Maryland State ODP is now on Twitter!
Follow @MDStateODP


The Maryland State ODP is now on Twitter!

Follow @MDStateODP for the latest updates concerning the Maryland State ODP.

What is ODP?

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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