Eastern Development Program
EDP strives to attain a level of performance above industry standard for league and tournament administrators. EDP offers clubs a strong competitive league bracket with minimal travel, developmentally-appropriate opposition and a maximum average goal differential of 2.0.
The goal of the league is to provide a 'Good Game Every Week' in order to maintain elite performance standards amongst young players from U9-U23.
More than just a league...
EDP was started by a core group of "elite" clubs in Region 1. Our mission was to provide a development-friendly arena of competition where coaches can operate in a congenial and mutually-supportive environment to develop players who aspire the to the highest levels of play - College, Pro and International, etc.
Working with MSSL, they were able to establish these flights for the U13 and U14 boys groups for the 2010-11 year, but from the beginning the intention was to expand to include girls, and a full range of age groups.
Thanks to the success of the first year, there were EDP flights for Boys and Girls U12-U17 in 2011-12. This coverage expanded to U11-U18 for 2012-13.
Most EDP Boys First Division teams, and selected Girls teams from both divisons are members of US Club's "NPL" family of premier programs.
EDP's mission is to serve respected clubs whose teams need a higher level of competition to develop their players than is available to them locally. The program is administered by MSSL - a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of youth soccer.
Washington County Champions League
The Washington County Champions League (WCCL) is a developmental and transitional league for U7 through U10 Players. Many players and teams find the progression from recreational programs to travel leagues a significant challenge. The WCCL offers players and teams the opportunity to play at a competitive level prior to joining these leagues. Emphasis is placed on player development and includes teams from Washington, Frederick, Allegheny, Berkeley and Jefferson counties.
FUN 4’s: U7-U8 teams play two concurrent 4v4 small sided games
SUPER 7’s: U9-U10 teams play 7v7 small sided games with referee’s
For information about the league or registration for your team, please contact WCCL commissioner Alan Lydiate at or 240-469-4386.
All teams, players, managers & coaches must be properly registered with their State office. Registrations are handled through the respective clubs.
Old Dominion Soccer League
The ODSL, Inc. is a not for profit, Virginia Corporation, organized and operated exclusively for educational purposes. In furtherance of these purposes, the ODSL provides a centralized management structure to afford the youth soccer associations of the Northern Virginia Piedmont the opportunity to compete their advanced teams against similar teams with an emphasis on skill development and sportsmanship.
The ODSL is an affiliate of the Virginia Youth Soccer Association, the United States Youth Soccer Association, the United States Soccer Federation, and the Federation Internationale de Football Association.
The ODSL is governed by a Board of Directors which meets on the second Thursday of each month. The Board has the responsibility for enforcing and interpreting the Bylaws and Operating Procedures of the League. The League Administrator is charged with conducting the day to day business of the ODSL pursuant to the directives of the Board.