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ODSL Squads Announce Tryouts for 2015-2016 Season

Over the next several months many of BRYC's ODSL squads will be holding tryouts to flesh out their 2015-2016 rosters. Tryout information is now posted for the BRYC Fireballs (a new team of rising U9 Girls); BRYC United and the BRYC Force (rising U10 Boys); the BRYC Lady Spurs (rising U11 Girls); the BRYC Strikers amd BRYC Titans (rising U11 Boys); both the BRYC Lions and the BRYC Gunners (rising U13 Boys); the BRYC Avengers (rising U13 Girls); the BRYC Lightning (rising U14 Girls); and the BRYC Raiders (rising U15 Boys). One or more addiitonal U9 teams and many of the several more current teams trying to flesh out their rosters will be announcing tryouts soon. Click on "Continue" below for details and come back again for new tryout postings if your age group is not yet listed.

BRYC Offers Washington Spirit Tickets for Just $10
Next Home Game May 30 vs. the Portland Thorns

Taking a page from D.C. United's early season playbook, the Washington Spirit returned home to face Sky Blue FC on Saturday night, then waited until stoppage time to break a scoreless tie as first-year Spirit forward Francisca Ordega looped a ball over the head of the the Sky Blue goalie and into the back of the net for a 1-0 win. It was the Nigerian's second goal of the season. The Spirit's backup goalie,Kelsey Wys, playing in her third game while Ashlyn Harris is called up with the USWNT, recorded her first NWSL shutout win. The Spirit now have a record of 3-2-1, good for a second place tie with FC Kansas City, one point behind the undefeated Chicago Red Stars.

ODSL Squads Line Up for the Referees!
BRYC Lightining and Winchester United Square Off

Referee Director John Davis asked if BRYC U13G United Coach John Decker might get a photo of the three referees for his game on April 19 against Winchester U13G United.  John explained that Referee Mark Gorak and AR Danielle Chesky are both National Referees while AR Rob Chamberlain is a National Referee Candidate and that would be one of the most experienced group to ever referee a BRYC match. 
Coach Decker did one better, capturing both teams before the start of the game in their "World Cup" like formation.  (Oh, and BRYC Lightning beat United by a final score of 3-1.)

Recreational Soccer Sweeps Big Board Elections
Standing Room Only Crowd at BRYC's Annual Meeting

Four members of the Recreational Soccer Executive Committee (EXCOM) have been voted onto the board of the parent club. 

ODSL Squads Strut Their Stuff at PWSI Icebreaker Tournament

Five of the six BRYC ODSL teams entered in the prestigous PWSI Icebreaker Tournament reached the finals in one of the area's most competitive pre-season tournaments. 

CDC Offers Online Training on Concussions
Will Become Mandatory for All Coaches in the Near Future

Concussions in sports is a very HOT topic right now, from youth leagues to colleges and professional athletes. Every public school sports program has a policy for handling concussions, and mandatory education for parents and athletes. Many sports clubs, including BRYC, are joining the move to raise awareness about concussions and their treatment.

BRYC, the Braddock Road Youth Club, is a non-profit organization in Fairfax County, Virginia, established in 1968 to offer a variety of youth sports activities in the Burke/Annandale/ Springfield, Virginia area.  BRYC Soccer is divided into two programs, Recreational Soccer and Travel Soccer.  This web site is devoted exclusively to BRYC’s Recreational Soccer program, consisting of neighborhood-based teams. Any youth that signs up to play in the recreational league will be placed on a team.  For information on BRYC Travel Soccer, go to For links to all the BRYC sports programs, from football to fast-pitch softball, go to

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