BRYC U14 Girls
League Director: Jon Fredrick

Phone:  (703)  477-0326


Braddock Road Youth Club U14 Girls teams participate in the Suburban Friendship League (SFL), allowing the girls to play in competition against a variety of teams of similar composition from around the area. Sportsmanship, fair play, and a friendly atmosphere among all participants, including coaches, players, officials, and spectators are requirements for participation in the SFL. Click on links to the left for the SFL homepage or directly to SFL Schedules and Standings.

BRYC U14 Girls Coaches (Spring 2015)

BRYC Spring 2015 Coaches -

Jason Stanley / Linda Goldfarb (Assistant)

Dane Merkel / Devin Young (Assistant)

Bob Ayers / Melissa Atwood (Assistant)

Jon Fredrick / Tom Small (Assistant)

BRYC Medical Release Form


Please complete this form (BRYC Medical Release Form) and give it to your daughter's coach at the first practice -


You do not need to turn in the Liability Release and Conduct Agreement.

BRYC Parents' Handbook

Helpful information for our parents and spectators for the upcoming season -




Communication:  Please communicate with your daughter's coach throughout the season if you think she will be late to or missing a game or practice.  If your daughter is having any issues or concerns as the season progresses, again please communicate with her coach.  

- Practices:  Make sure your daughter dresses appropriately for practices (dress for the weather).  Bring the following to practices:  size 5 soccer ball, cleats, shin pads, plenty of water, and no jewelry of any kind.  With the number of players going on and off fields, consider putting name or special marking on soccer ball and/or water ball.  If your child is wearing jewelry or not wearing shin pads, they will not be allowed to practice or play in games.  We are limited to our practice times (normally one hour per practice).  PLEASE have your daughter at the field and ready to go at the beginning of practice.  Also, make sure you pick your daughter up when practice ends.  Our volunteer coaches need to get home, too.

- Game day:  Games are played at various locations throughout Northern Virginia (and possibly Washington, D.C.).  Please allow enough time to drive to the field, park, and get to the field.  Make sure your daughter has what's needed for game day - BRYC jersey, black shorts, same colored socks that match her jersey, cleats, plenty of water, and no jewelry.  Also, please make sure the BRYC jersey she wears is the same jersey number given to your daughter's head coach at the beginning of the season.  Being in the Suburban Friendship League (SFL), each player is required to have a unique jersey number.

- Have fun:  We want the girls to have a good time while practicing and playing games.  Enjoy the game.  We have a great group of coaches that want the girls to have fun, be successful, and continue to grow with the sport.  




To find the address and map location of different BRYC fields, click on "FIELDS" on the BRYC soccer homepage -

U14G Road Runners and Spirit teams get together for a little off-season fun of laser tag

Members of the Fall 2014 U14G Road Runners and Spirit teams got together on Friday, January 23 at Shadlowland Laser Adventures in Chantilly for laser tag, food, and fun.  The evening started off with the girls (and coaches and parents) enjoying some pizza, soda, and brownies.  Nothing like getting a full stomach of food before running around a couple hours.  This was followed by the girls, a few parents, and coaches playing four games of laser tag.  Players were given score cards at the end of each game to let them know how they did compared to everyone else.  Our participants included:  Aelise, Hamburger, Hot Dog, Randal, Lexis, Lauren, Goobatron, Reeses, Marshal Mathers, Toe Ball, Slim Shady, The Champ, MVP, Divergent, Demon, Demon's Dad, Alicia, Maha Fresh, Poo Poo, Isal, Jessica, Attack on China, Erza, Stan, Laura, DesireeR, Flcon, Sooter, and Sweet Killer.  Congrats to our individual laser tag winners:  Sweet Killer, The Champ, Toe Ball, and Lexis.  A fun evening was had by all.  A special thank you to Jason Stanley, coach of the Road Runners, for organizing this wonderful event.