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2019/2020 Young Olympians Program

Young Olympians Schedules

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CANCELLED SOUTH YOUNG OLYMPIANS TRAINING 10/27

South Young Olympians Families,

We have been monitoring the weather all day and it is strongly predicted that there will be thunderstorms with 100% chance of rain during our scheduled 9am Young Olympians session.

We have decided to cancel the session and will reschedule this session in the future. We will communicate further information in the near future.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this cancellation may cause.

Sincerely,

NJ Youth Soccer


Training Session Locations (Maps and Addresses)

NORTH- James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park (79th Street & Bergenline Avenue North Bergen, NJ 07047) Click here to view map

CENTRAL/SHORE- Brandywine Fields in Millstone (156 Stillhouse Road Millstone, NJ 08510) Click here to view map

SOUTH- Memorial Park (1004 Tuckerton Rd Marlton, NJ 08053) Click here to view map

* Please register for the Young Olympians Program at: http://www.njyouthsoccer.com/20192020youngolympiansprogram

Young Olympians Paperwork

After your child is registered for the Young Olympians Program, please click here to complete necessary paperwork. Paperwork is due by October 18th.

Full refunds will be granted until one week before the first scheduled event date, beyond that date refunds are up to the discretion of NJYS.

Young Olympians Registration Announcement

The NJ Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program (ODP) will begin programming for its Young Olympians program (birth years 2009-2010) in October. Sessions are hosted regionally (south, shore/central and north) to facilitate participation throughout the state. Click here for registration links and details. Sessions will be covered throughout the state by a consistent core of coaches with regional sessions (south, shore/central and north) being hosted to facilitate state-wide participation. This effort will establish consistency in training session and related player evaluations.

The Young Olympians Program, designed specifically for players born in 2009 and 2010, is an introductory stage for players who aspire to play at a high level. Young Olympians provides a path to participate in ODP. Players' abilities will be assessed and the sessions will be segmented so that players are training with others of like ability. The Young Olympians program will focus on improving the player's technical ability and tactical awareness while exposing players and parents to a US Youth Soccer and NJYS ODP environment.

The Young Olympians Program includes training sessions, camp and a festival featuring small-sided games. Pre-registration is required. To ensure a proper training environment, registration will be limited to fifty (50) players on a first come first served basis. If demand exceeds capacity, NJ Youth Soccer will create a wait list and seek solutions for those individuals desiring to participate.

For locations, schedules and fees, visit the Young Olympians page of website http://www.njyouthsoccer.com/2020youngolympians or email us at odp@njyouthsoccer.com

Frequently Asked Questions :

  1. What area should I sign up for?
  2. Please reference the below chart regarding recommended training locations by counties.
  3. North (Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic and Sussex)
  4. Shore/Central (Monmouth and Ocean, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Somerset, Union and Warren)
  5. South (Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem)

*Players may select their preferred training locations. Please see the ODP page of our website (www.njyouthsoccer.com ) for schedules.

  1. Can I train at a different location than where I signed up for?
  2. In order to maintain sufficient training numbers and coaches per location, changing locations will not be permitted.

  1. Why is Young Olympians limited to 50 per location?
  2. In order to ensure a proper training session with ample space, player to coach ratio as well as maximize touches on the ball per player, 50 is the maximum number of players to ensure this.

  1. What is the purpose of the Young Olympians Program?
  2. The purpose of the program is to provide quality soccer training while introducing the players to the Olympic Development Program (ODP) process. We are not a club team but rather a training program with the purpose of increasing the player's talent beginning at a young age.

  1. What if I cannot attend all sessions?
  2. While the training sessions are not mandatory, we encourage you to attend as many as you are able to. The fee will not be prorated for missing a training session.