NJYS Young Olympians Tryouts
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The NJ Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) will hold tryouts for its Young Olympians Program at the dates, times and locations listed below:

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The Young Olympians Program, designed specifically for players born in 2003 and 2004, introduces these younger players to a NJ Youth Soccer ODP-focused training curriculum. It is led by certified US Youth Soccer trained coaches who specialize in player development of the U11 and U12 age group. Players will be selected for the multi-session program after the tryout.

Technically, the Young Olympians program will focus on improving the player’s technical ability and tactical awareness while exposing players and parents to a U.S. Youth Soccer and NJYS ODP environment. The program will include an 8v8 festival event for all players.

Pre-registration for tryouts is required (click here). To learn more, visit NJYouthSoccer.com, emailcommunications@njyouthsoccer.com or call (609) 490-0725.

 About NJ Youth Soccer Association:

New Jersey Youth Soccer, a 501(c) (3) organization affiliated with U.S. Youth Soccer and the U.S. Soccer Federation, is comprised of more than 150,000 players from 5 to 19-years-old; 40,000+ coaches; and thousands of volunteers. Members collectively support the sport of soccer through training, practice, competition and the spirit of good sportsmanship.

The association features recreational, travel soccer programs at multiple skill levels; Olympic Development Programs (ODP); tournaments including the National Championship series; coach and referee training and certification programs; and TOPSoccer, a program for children with special needs.

The New Jersey U.S. Youth Soccer ODP provides training and competitive programs for players of the highest caliber for the purpose of increasing the success of the U.S. National Teams.

 

About Courtney Lambert

A competitive athlete in her college days, Courtney writes on events happening at state and local level. She has previous experience covering news and writing for the Jacksonville Times Union and graduated from the University of North Florida with a degree in journalism.
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