Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL)
Deputy Commissioner: Anthony Pagano

Email:  bryc_all_stars@live.com
Phone:  (703) 426-5505

Tryout Announcements
BRYC travel team tryouts for Spring 2018

BRYC Girls Travel Team Tryout Notices:

BRYC Phoenix 2007 ODSL (Girls 2007/Rising U11G)
The BRYC Phoenix, a new team this past fall season, will hold tryouts for Spring 2018 on:
  • Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2017
  • Time: 5:30 - 7:00 p.m.
  • Location: Pine Ridge #6A
Several positions on the team are available, and additional options for trying out are possible.  Please contact Coach Kyle Morrison at kylemawake@gmail.com, 703-801-9527 or Team Manager Julia Morrison at jemavalon@gmail.com, 301-646-6487 if you are interested.
ODSL is a great opportunity to play in a competitive yet local league, and the Phoenix had a really great time practicing with their friends on the BRYC Griffins and playing in challenging games this fall.  Please consider one of the BRYC ODSL teams if you haven't before.
BRYC Lightning 2008 ODSL  (Girls 2008/Rising U10G) still has availability for committed and enthusiastic young players who want to be a part of a fun/competitive group that is focused on improving our game in the upcoming Fall 2017-Spring 2018 soccer year.
Please contact Coach Andy at AndyLowden@hotmail.com or 703-887-0475 if you are interested in trying out or learning more about our team.
BRYC Stars 2006 ODSL (Girls 2006/Rising U12G) is holding tryouts  for the fall 2017 - spring 2018 ODSL season. The team is looking for a few additional positive and enthusiastic players who have a love for the game and would like to continue to develop their individual and team skills.
Please contact Coach Camilla Hughart Roberts at ckroberts11@gmail.com or 301-500-5977 if you are interested in trying out and/or would like more information about our team.
BRYC Fireballs 2006 Division 1 ODSL (Rising U12G) Current Spring 2017 Champions are looking to add a few experienced players to their ranks for the upcoming fall 2017 season.  Open tryouts will be held during our normal practices. The team is coached by VYSA D-licensed and Level 1 Futsal coach, Adolfo Perez.  Having played internationally, Coach Adolfo brings a South American approach with his soccer development and coaching style.  A solid philosophy focused around building strong confident athletes and encouraging creativity, has made the Fireballs a very successful team.
This opportunity is perfect for any player trying to sharpen their skills and compete at the highest level.  Please email or call/text Coach Adolfo, adolfoperez9@icloud.com / 703-975-3864, if you plan to attend or if you have any questions.

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BRYC Boys Travel Team Tryout Notices:

BRYC Blaze, ODSL 2006 Boys (Rising U12B) is looking for two or three new players.
We are an established team coached by a US Soccer “C” licensed coach and by a former professional player.  We are very proud that our coaches, players, and parents received perfect scores for sportsmanship from the referees for every one of our games last season.
Please contact Coach Mike Newman if you’re interested in a tryout or for more information: mnewman12@verizon.net


Five Myths About the Old Dominion Soccer League (ODSL)
If you’re not familiar with the Old Dominion Soccer League, let us clear up a few myths:

          Myth 1. You already have to be a great soccer player to play in ODSL.

Fact: ODSL is a developmental league, a place where players can learn the game without the intense pressure of competing at increasingly higher levels.  Their motto is Play with Dignity, Respect Your Opponent.

Myth 2: Players have to commit to playing year-round.

Fact: ODSL has two seasons just like recreational soccer and encourages players to play other sports or explore other interests.

Myth 3: It’s very expensive.

Fact. ODSL is not much more expensive than rec soccer.  Teams pay a separate league registration fee and most play in a tournament or two, but since virtually all coaches are unpaid volunteers they also try to keep costs at a minimum. 

Myth 4: There is a lot of travel involved.

Fact: In our area virtually all games are in Northern Virginia, most in Fairfax County.  There is however the occasional away game in a Stafford or a Winchester.

Myth 5: ODSL teams are always practicing.

Fact: Most ODSL teams practice about the same number of hours a week as rec teams – usually twice a week for about 1 ½ hours.