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A list of all available courses can easily be accessed by clicking on this link: https://www.soccerindiana.org/education/coaching-courses-schedule/
This link will direct you to the resources that will help you begin your exciting coaching education pathway.
Indiana Soccer offers Training Sessions Plans for various play formats designed to develop a specific target play group, alternating with an attacking and defending theme each week. Click here to access the resources.
Please follow this link to access a comprehensive list of Coaching Education frequently asked questions.
You can find information about our program on the homepage of ODP: https://www.soccerindiana.org/odp/about-odp/
For informational questions, please contact Indiana ODP Administrator Joy Carter. You may reach Joy at 317-975-2007 or by emailing her: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please always include your player’s name and birth year when you send an email. This will help her serve you much quicker and accurately.
Tryouts for the Olympic Development Program start the first training date of the season for non-high school players. This date is usually either the last part of August or the early part of September depending on the ODP calendar. Tryouts for high school players start in late October according to the ODP training calendar (no high school player can start the program until his or her high school soccer program has ended). You may find more information at the following link: https://www.soccerindiana.org/odp/odp-try-outs/
Please follow this link to view all of the ODP frequently asked questions.
Tournament sanctioning helps to ensure a safe, fun, age-appropriate environment and is a benefit both to member clubs and to tournament participants
People can affiliate individually, by team, league, tournament, or event to receive the benefits offered by the association. For more information about registration, please contact Angel Hall at email@example.com or
The top ranked teams for age groups 13U-19U will be selected to participate in the Indiana State Cup. The Indiana State Cup Champions will advance to the US Youth Soccer National Championship Series Midwest Regionals. Champions from the Midwest Regional event will advance to the National Finals.