ODP Junior Olympians


Junior Olympians
An Introduction to the Olympic Development Program
For  2008 (11U) and 2009 (10U) Players

The Indiana Olympic Development Program (ODP) is excited to continue "Junior Olympians: An Introduction to the Olympic Development Program" for the 2018-19 season. Junior Olympians is designed to be an introduction for players born in 2008 (11U) and 2009 (10U) into the ODP system and training environment that they will encounter in future years.  The Junior Olympians program will educate and train the parent and player on the mission of the US Youth Soccer/Indiana Soccer ODP, while supplementing their club soccer schedule.  The curriculum consists of age appropriate training sessions that mirror the recommendations of the US Soccer's National Curriculum and uses the Long Term Player Development Model (LTPD) lead by our National Licensed Coaches.

Junior Olympians Winter Phase

The Winter Phase (AKA Phase 2) of the Junior Olympians Program will begin on October 27. We will have 8 training sessions and will offer three sessions this fall (October 27 and 28, December 8, December 9, December 15, December 16, January 5 and January 6). Cost for each session is $30.  Dates will be put up each month. For complete information about the programming and components, please review the following document:
Junior Olympians Training Document (please note that this document includes only 10U and 11U...Jr. Olympians is now for players born in 2008, 2009, and 2010)
Registration Information and Registration Links (Cost is $30/session)
Note: Please do not create a new GotSoccer account as everyone that is playing for an Indiana Soccer member club already has an account.  If you do not know your player username and password, please click on Forgotten Player Password on the righthand side of the GotSoccer login form and follow the directions there; your club registrar may also help you with your username/password)
If you have coaching questions about the Junior Olympians Program, please contact Todd Sheely.  If you have administrative questions about the program, please contact Joy Carter.