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1 OSC Town Hall: Ontario Player Development League (OPDL) Presented By: Dino Lopez Location: Abbey Park Secondary School Date: Tuesday, June 11 th Time: 6:30pm

2 What is the Ontario Player Development League? A standards based league Will include the top 1.5% of players in the Province starting with age U13 in 2014 OPDL is the Talented Pathway OSC has advocated for this league

3 Past OSA Player Development Model Past Development Model –Volunteer Coaching –Promotion and Relegation –10 year olds on full size pitches –Biggest, fastest players get preference –technical development de-emphasized The new LTPD/OPDL plan professionalizes the player development model for Ontario

4 Why Does Ontario Soccer Need OPDL? A genuine high performance, standards-based League –High level, mandatory standards of excellence in all organizations participating in the League –Consistency of program quality across the entire League –Quality beyond competition, driving into standards in coaching, training curriculum

5 Why Does Ontario Soccer Need OPDL? Driving organizational excellence and system development around Ontario, by encouraging clubs to: –develop top coaches –build top facilities –maintain strong balance sheets –professionalize their operations

6 Why Does Ontario Soccer Need OPDL? Bringing scouting Ontario, pitch-side, rather than at showcases around North America –More efficient and economical for parents and clubs –More opportunities to enter the Provincial Program –Enhancing progression opportunities for the provinces top talent beyond amateur club soccer

7 What does it mean to be in the OPDL? To be a Club Member of genuine high performance youth soccer in Ontario Expose OSC players to the highest level of provincial youth soccer possible Showcase OSC players locally rather than around North America Attract and develop top coaches Introduce formalized sport science and sport medicine components to OSC programs Be a partner in the development of our countrys future star players

8 Planned Change Ontario Player Development League

9 Introduction: Structured Change at OSC Pine Glen was built in OSC Strategic Plan released 2011 OSC Technical Plan released Fall 2011 released the first periodised training schedule for the club Fall 2012 changed Rep ages to match OPDL structure Fall 2012 Expanded ADP to include U11 and U12 Summer 2013 changed House League playing format to match LTPD guidelines Fall 2011 OSC re- vamped ADP and RDP Fall 2011Hired a Coaching Development Manager Fall 2011 Paid AGHCs were introduced in all age groups

10 HOUSE LEAGUE WHITE HOUSE LEAGUE HOUSE LEAGUE RED HOUSE LEAGUE REP C TEAM YOUTH ACADEMY JUNIOR ACADEMY / REP A TEAM REP B TEAM U4U18U14U7U11U16 Developmental programs, with practice and training largely programmed by the team coach. Recreational soccer, practice / training not programmed. Club-structured development programs, involving year-round training established by the technical department of the club. U8 REP A TEAM 2010/11

11 HOUSE LEAGUE WHITE HOUSE LEAGUE HOUSE LEAGUE RED HOUSE LEAGUE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM REP A TEAM REP B TEAM U4U14U8U13U16 REP C TEAM REP B TEAM Club-structured development programs, involving year-round integrated training directly led by the Age Group Head Coach Developmental programs, with practice and training programmed by the team coach with guidance and support from the Age Group Head Coach Recreational soccer, practice / training not programmed. U15U /13

12 2014 HOUSE LEAGUE WHITE HOUSE LEAGUE HOUSE LEAGUE RED HOUSE LEAGUE ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM REP A TEAM REP B TEAM U4U14U8U13U16 REP C TEAM REP B TEAM U15U17 JNR ADPSNR ADPJNR RDPSNR RDP PHDLSRSL / OYSL OPDL 2013/14

13 OPDL Standards and OSC Change Set Practice to Game Ratios Each 1 st team must have a paid coach with a minimum National B Paid Goalkeeper Coach Structured Player Feedback LTPD Implementation Facility standards Must have a Technical and Strategic Plan Periodized and centrally scheduled training program Introduction of 7 new National A or National B licensed Coaches 2 Paid GK Coaching staff Zoom Reports Change in HL Format Pine Glen Built OSC Technical and Strategic Plan launched in 2011

14 Fees Ontario Player Development League

15 Cost Comparison Annual costs of participation per player: US Soccer: –US Soccer Development Academy $4,500 - $7,500 ($US) In Other Ontario Sports: –Gymnastics +$7,000 –Baseball $8,000 –Hockey +$10,000

16 Financials for League OPDL League Fees per Team: $ % 25% 41% 2% League staff Venue support personnel Venue costs Office expenses Hardship program

17 Estimated Oakville Player Fee Estimated $3900 per player

18 Junior RDP Annual Fee: $1545 Senior RDP Annual Fee: $1495 Proposed OPDL Est. Annual Fee: $3,900 Game Uniform (home/away) Training Uniform Soccer Ball Track Suit (alternate year) 3x Weekly Indoor Training 3x Weekly Outdoor Training 1x Outdoor Game Players Per Field (Time of Year) 80 (Oct. - April) 36 (May – Sept.) 18 1x per week; 36 2x per week (May - Sept.) 36 2x per week (Oct. - Dec; March - May) Futsal and outdoor training only(Dec. - March) 72 (Jan. - Feb.) 36 (March to Dec.)

19 Junior RDPSenior RDPProposed OPDL Paid Coach to Player Ratio 1:40 1:18 2:36 Minimum Coaching Standard Pre-B National B (1 st Team) Pre-B (Reserve Team) Paid Coaching A Team Coach (AGHC) 1 st Team and Reserve Team Volunteer Asst. Coach Minimum Assistant Coach Standard Community Course Pre-B Goalkeeper Coach Athletic Therapist Fitness Coach Coach Uniform Coach Development Training Equipment Player Showcasing Preseason Fields Included

20 Junior RDPSenior RDPProposed OPDL Referee Fees SRSL League Fee $500 - $31.25 approx per player -- OYSL League Fee- $1400/$87.25 approx per player - OPDL League Fee-- $9000/$500 approx per player Annual Club Fee – Junior RDP $ Annual Club Fee – Senior RDP -$1495- Annual Club Fee – OPDL-- Approximate $3900

21 Final Words Ontario Player Development League

22 Known versus Unknown OPDL license holders will be the sole providers of High Performance soccer in Ontario The relationship between House League and High Performance is symbiotic Our National Teams will be composed of OPDL players OSC Strategic Planning has us poised for entry in 2014 A new league means growing pains Logistical (Travel) Parent-borne costs (Travel, Hotel, Time) Player commitment Number of Teams Incomplete information (constitution, league bylaws)

23 Discussion Questions OPDL FAQ Site


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