Registration for the 2014/15 ODP Winter Segment will begin on Friday, October 17 and continue through Monday, November 3. All players are expected to register online by the state registration deadlines. Late registrations or walk-up registrations at the fields will incur an additional $25 fee.
- To sign up, go to the ASSA ODP Registration Form at GotSoccer.
- If you do not know your GotSoccer username and password issued to you by your current club, then please have it sent to you using the Player Password Lookup form.
- If the lookup form does not find a match for your account, you can register using the "New Player Account" form.
- Use the player’s information as listed on his/her player card (name and DOB). Once this information is entered, GotSoccer should cross-reference your current account.
- Click on "Login" to complete your registration.
- If your existing player account does not appear, then continue with the creation of a new account.
If you have any questions regarding the online registration process please contact Robert Parr, or call 501-833-0550.
ODP Registration Fee -- Winter Training Segment
Experienced players (boys and girls) born between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2003 are eligible to participate in the 2014/15 ODP Winter Training Segment. In addition, players born in 1997 who have not yet started their Senior year of high school are eligible to participate in the Training Segment and may be selected to participate in various Subregional events (including the ODP Subregional College Combine and the ODP Showcase Team events), but they will not be eligible to attend the Region III Trials. Players born prior to 1997 or after 2003 are not eligible, and there will not be any exceptions made to this policy!
Players will be grouped initially according to their birth year. Thus, players born in 1999 will be referred to as "99s", and players born in 2000 will be referred to as "00s". ODP groups are not the same as a player's club year grouping, so players from the same club team will often have different training groups (and even different training dates)!
- Online registration fee (October 17 - November 3, 2014): $110
- Late registration fee (after November 3, 2014): $135
Players must be registered and paid-in-full before they will be allowed to participate in any ODP events. If you need to split your registration fee into two installments, please contact Robert Parr to request this. In addition, players who are not rostered to an ASSA member association for 2014/15 will incur an additional $50 fee.
ODP Camps -- Summer Segment
Players who perform well at ODP sessions during the Winter Training Segment will be invited to participate in a variety of camps during the Summer Segment. The camps include in-state events, Subregional events, and the Region III ODP Trials. The costs for each camp range from $195 to $525 per player, plus travel expenses. Players will be scouted by members of the Region III Coaching Staff (and, in some cases, members of the US Soccer National Coaching Staff) at each of these events, and will be considered for advancement to the Regional and National Team programs available in their age groups.
For more details about the Summer Segment, please see the Schedules and Summer Camps pages.
Sponsorship and Scholarships
Additional financial support of ASSA will greatly enhance the experience of our elite players in the state. If you are interested or you know of a business that would like to sponsor our programs, please contact the ASSA State Office at 501-833-0550. In addition, players will have an opportunity to make a small donation to the program when they register, and we appreciate your contributions in any amount!
Because of the generosity of donors from across the state, we are able to offer a limited amount of financial assistance to players who cannot afford the full cost to participate in ODP. Full scholarships are not offered to anyone, but partial scholarships and payment plans are available to players who have a demonstrated financial need. For more information, please contact Robert Parr.