Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT DOES IT COST TO PARTICIPATE?
If the team did no fundraising or it did not receive any sponsorship it would cost  each player approximately $175 to $200 for each season. This is only an estimate and again it may go down as the teams fundraiser and secure sponsors. Each team determines their own players fees.

WHAT DOES THIS FEE COVER?
League fees, uniforms, entry fee to one tournament per season, field supplies, and equipment. It Does Not cover hotel stay for tournament or your travel expense for getting your player to the away games. Most away games are within a two hour driving time and should not require an over night stay.

HOW MANY GAMES DO YOU PLAY?
We play 8 games each season.  We have 4 home games that are played  on various fields in our area and 4 away games that are played  in and around the Northern Virginia area. Most teams attend at least one tournament each season.

HOW OFTEN DO YOU PRACTICE?
Practice is held two days a week for two hours. Each team will decide their own practice schedule and location

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO TRY OUT?
Our goal is to continually grow our club. This fall we will have three girls teams, a U12, U14  and U16., and two Boys teams U14 and U12 .  If your player is Under 12 (born 8/1/99 and younger), under 14 (August 1, 1997 or younger) or Under 16(August 1, 1995 or younger) and you would like more information please contact our President, Randy Black by email at randybrenda94@gmail.com

if your questions were not answered here, please feel free to call our Club Contact, Brenda Black at 540 820-5326.









FAQ for Team Managers
What Happens if Our Game Field is Not Playable?  What Do I Do?

If your club closes its fields you must: ( and you will know if your club closes the field(s) if you get a call from Brenda Black)

*Contact your opponent immediately, allowing adequate time for them to contact team members before they begin traveling to your field.
*On your team page you can click on the name of your opponent to go to their team page and find contact information.
*Make sure that someone from your club has contacted the referee assignor. Number for your referee assignor can be found on your club page.

You then have 72 hours to attempt to reschedule the match according to a schedule agreeable to you and the other coach. To do so, you should:

*Contact your field representative (info on the club page) and see what your options are for available dates, fields, and time.
*Get agreement from the other coach.
*Notify the League Administrator. Be sure to include the official ODSL Match Number, the date, time, and field for the rescheduled match. Please don’t send an email until you have complete information. Send your email to administrator@odsl.org

The league administrator will change the schedule and website, and send an email notification to all team personnel involved as well as the referee assignor, when the change is official. If you fail to get this accomplished in 72 hours, the league administrator reserves the right to step in at anytime after that and reschedule the match as seen fit without your involvement. Once rescheduled, the changes are final.