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Olympic Development Programs

WHAT IS ODP?

The Olympic Development Program (ODP) is a national program, started in 1977, to identify, train, and develop youth players to represent their state, region, and country in soccer competitions. The program was formed to identify players of the highest caliber on a continuing and consistent basis, which will lead to increased success for the U.S. National Teams in the international arena. Players are divided into training age groups by birth year and are led by ODP State Staff Coaches selected by Indiana Soccer’s Director of ODP, Todd Sheely.

The Indiana Olympic Development Program operates on a year round calendar designed for the identification, selection, and development of top players in each age group. For more information about the Indiana Olympic Program, please refer to the documents below: 

2017-2018 ODP Master Calendar (updated 11/6/2017)
 
For additional information please refer to the individual webpages within the ODP site:
 
ODP Tryouts (how to get involved if not currently in the ODP State Pool)
ODP State Pool Members (this page is for player currently members of the ODP Program) 

Junior Olympians
ODP Store (purchase Indiana ODP fan wear)
ODP Alumni
US Technical Championship (ODP hosted RMA-USTC hosted in August of each year)

 
 
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