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US Youth Soccer West

ODP West ID Camp

General

2018 Camp Dates | Boys: University of Idaho (UOI) Moscow, ID  | Girls: Colorado State University (CSU) Fort Collins, CO

The 5-day residential ODP West ID Camp is a unique opportunity for invited players to train and compete with the top players in the West and trained by high level licensed coaches. Players will also have the opportunity to be identified for future ODP West events.

  • Girls ID Camp: June 28 - July 2, 2018 | 2005, 2006
  • Boys ID Camp: June 30 - July 4, 2018 |  2004 & 2005
  • Boys ID Camp:  July 5 - 9, 2018  |  2001, 2002, 2003
  • Girls ID Camp: July 2 - 7, 2018 | 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 
  • Boys ID Camp:  July 10 - 13, 2018  |  2006
  • To be eligible for the ODP West ID Camps, you must receive an invitational letter from ODP West Region. 
  • Contact your State Association for more information.


ID Camp Payments
The ID Camp fee includes: safe quality housing and meals in a dorm setting, training and classroom sessions in state of-the-art facilities, coaching and administrative staff, certified athletic trainers and (2 ) Nike Tshirts 
 

Payment Options

Check, Credit Card, ECheck and 3 Mo. Payment Plan 

Please do not remit ANY payments until you have both received an invitation AND formally accepted your spot.

 

Accommmodations

University of Idaho (UOI)

  • All Male players will be staying on UOI Campus during their time at ID Camp
  • For more information visit their website [LINK]

Colorado State University (CSU)

  • All Female players will be staying on CSU Campus during their time at ID Camp
  • For more information visit their website [LINK]


UOI/CSU Directions & Map

  • Directions [Not yet Available]
  • Official Campus Map  [Not yet Available]
  • Field Map [Not yet Available]


Dorm Room Information

  • All players will be staying in dorm rooms on campus.
  • Every dorm room includes:
    • (1) player per bed
    • shared bathroom, living and study areas
    • a kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator and sink
  • If a player loses his/her room key, they will be responsible for the $50 UOI/CSU replacement fee prior to leaving ID Camp.
  • Players will also be responsible for any room damage assessed by both UOI/CSU and the West Region and will be invoiced accordingly.
     

Meal Information

  • Players will receive breakfast, lunch and dinner except on arrival and departure days.
    • Arrival Day: Dinner Only
    • Departure Day: Breakfast & Lunch Only
  • We will provide a list of player allergies and/or preferences that have been documented in the electronic player releases to the UOI/CSU food services.
  • During ID Camp if a player with an allergy and/or preference is unsure of what they can eat, they should request to speak to a chef or ask an ID Camp administrator to assist them.
  • In order to accommodate the "nut allergies" the chefs have removed items with peanuts and other nuts from the menu where possible in order to minimize any exposure. Items like peanut butter for toast, nut topping at the ice cream station, peanut butter cookies, turtle brownies ect. were changed or removed.


 

Packing List

Please pack your soccer gear in your carry-on luggage if you are flying. You may bring your full size soccer bag or a smaller one that meets the airline's carry-on size specification.

  • Nike is the official apparel of the Olympic Development Program. As such, all soccer gear must be Nike or unbranded; however, please note any logo other than Nike simply MUST NOT be visible (exceptions include: cleats/running shoes, GK gloves and soccer bags).
  • Players need to bring:
    • (Regular twin) bedding or sleeping bag and pillow
    • Towel
    • Toiletries
    • Any prescription medicines needed
    • Sleepwear
    • Soccer ball
    • Black Soccer Shorts (2)
    • White Tshirt (1)
    • Black Tshirt (1)
    • White soccer socks (2)
    • Black soccer socks (Nike or non-branded)
    • Warm-up jacket or sweatshirt
    • Rain gear or poncho
    • Extra pair of shoes
    • Extra pair of cleats
    • Extra shinguards
    • Flip flops/Shoes/Sneakers**
    • Jeans/Slacks**
    • Shirts**
    • Light Jacket**
    • (Empty) water bottle
    • Soccer journal and pen/pencil
    • Newspapers (in case of rain to put in cleats)
    • Sunscreen
    • Bug spray
    • Plastic trash bags
    • Alarm clock
    • Spending money for personal snacks/sports drinks/activities

**You will need very little non-soccer clothing while at this event.

Players will be provided with:

  • (2) Nike Tshirts 

GKs please note only Nike jerseys are to be worn

 

Laundry

Laundry service are available on campus.  West Region will not be responsible for washing personal items, so please pack accordingly.

Transportation

Transportation to/from ID Camp is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.  West Region will provide transportation  to and from the Spokane or Denver airport for all players flying into camp.  Players must follow arrival and departure guidelines listed on the initial invite and below to utilize the provided transportation. 


UOI  Directions & Map

 876 Perimeter Drive, Moscow, ID 83844

  • Directions [LINK]
  • Official Campus Map [LINK]
  • Arrival and Departure Information [See below]

 

CSU  Directions & Map

 102 Administration Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523

  • Directions [LINK]
  • Official Campus Map [LINK]
  • Arrival and Departure Information [See below]

 

Airport Transportation

Boys Travel: You are responsible for your own travel arrangements to and from the Spokane Airport (GEG). It is important that you submit your travel itinerary prior to your arrival at camp using the link provided for you. If the parents/legal guardians are driving the player to and from camp, you will still need to complete the Travel Form so the ODP Camp Staff has a record of your player’s travel plans. If your player is traveling alone, please equip your player with a cellular phone. This helps the team administrator and the player have an easier experience during the travel phase of the event.

When booking your own flights, please follow the travel guidelines below. Do not make any arrangements outside of these times.

Arrival: If you are driving to camp you need to check in between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. at University of Idaho.  If you are flying into the Spokane Airport (GEG) you need to arrive prior to 2:00 p.m. You will be met by the ODP Camp staff at the Spokane Airport (GEG) Baggage Claim and then taken by bus to the ODP camp in Moscow, Idaho. The first bus will start leaving for camp at 12 pm. All unaccompanied minors need to arrive at the Spokane Airport (GEG) on the earliest flight available due to staffing constraints. If the player is traveling with a parent to the Spokane Airport (GEG) and is driving their player to camp, please indicate the player as “driving” to camp on the Travel Form.
Departure: If you are picking up your player at camp it will need to be on the last day of their camp cycle and no earlier than 11:00 a.m. If your player is departing camp via airline flight, busses will start leaving for the Spokane airport at 11:00 a.m. on the last day of camp. It is approximately 1.5 hours to the Spokane airport from camp. Your player’s departure flight must be after 2:30 p.m. in order for the player to have adequate time to get from camp and to their departure gate. There will be an activity in the morning on the last day of camp. All unaccompanied minors need to leave the Spokane Airport (GEG) on the earliest flight available (starting at 2:30 PM) due to staffing constraints.
 

Girls Travel: You are responsible for own travel arrangements to and from the Denver International Airport (DEN). It is important that you submit your travel itinerary prior to your arrival at camp using the link provided for you. If the parents/legal guardians are driving the player to and from camp, you will still need to complete the Travel Form so the ODP Camp Staff has a record of your player’s travel plans. If your player is traveling alone, please equip your player with a cellular phone. This helps the team administrator and the player have an easier experience during the travel phase of the event.

 

Arrival: If you are driving to camp you need to check in between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm at Colorado State University. More information will come about where to drop off your player. If you are flying into the Denver International Airport (DEN) you need to arrive between 11:00 am and 3 pm. You will be met by the ODP Camp staff at the Denver International Airport (DEN) Baggage Claim and then taken by bus to the ODP camp in Fort Collins. The first bus will start leaving for camp around 2:30 pm. All unaccompanied minors need to arrive at the Denver International Airport (DEN) on the earliest flight available due to staffing constraints. If the player is traveling with a parent to the Denver International Airport (DEN) and is driving their player to camp, please indicate the player as “driving” to camp on the Travel Form.

 

Departure: If you are picking up your player at camp, you will need to arrive on the last day of their camp cycle and no earlier than 11:00 am. If your player is flying out, busses will start leaving for the Denver airport at 11:00 am on the last day of camp. It is approximately 1 hour to the Denver airport from camp. Your player’s departure flight must be after 2:30 pm in order for the player to have adequate time to get from camp and to their departure gate. There will be an activity in the morning on the last day of camp. All unaccompanied minors need to leave the Denver International Airport (DEN) on the earliest flight available (starting at 2:30pm) due to staffing constraints.

 


Unaccompanied MinorsUnaccompanied Minors: An Unaccompanied Minor is not necessarily a player under the age of 18 and traveling alone. Typically, in order for a player to be considered an Unaccompanied Minor, the player must be within a certain age range and the parents must pay an additional fee. Each airline has different age requirements and processes for registering an Unaccompanied Minor (UM), please refer to your airline’s policies regarding Unaccompanied Minors. This is an important distinction if a player is an Unaccompanied Minor or not. If your player is an Unaccompanied Minor (UM), the ODP Camp staff will have to dedicate resources to pick up/drop off your player at their individual gate instead of the player heading to their gate or the baggage claim like many players will and have done in the past. If possible, please avoid having your player be considered as an unaccompanied minor due to our staffing constraints on travel days. When completing your travel form, please accurately categorize your player as an unaccompanied minor or not as an unaccompanied minor.

Schedule

An ID Camp schedule will be made available closer to the event. Schedules are subject to change. The daily schedule will be communicated to all players through Team App.

ID Camp Schedule Format
Except on arrival and departure days the ID Camp will consist of:

  • (2) training sessions per day
  • (1) classroom and/or presentation per day
  • (2) individual and/or team meeting per day
  • Recovery and/or regeneration scheduled accordingly


Team App
During ID Camp, this app will be used to communicate daily schedules, weather/field updates, daily training gear colors. This app is only for players attending the ID Camp.

Arrival & Departure Info

Transportation to/from ID Camp is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.  Transportation from the Spokane and the Denver airport will be provided for players who are flying in. Players must follow arrival and departure guidelines to utilize this provided transportation.

Boys UOI Location 
875 Perimeter Drive, Moscow, ID 83844 [DIRECTIONS]

Girls CSU Location 
102 Administration Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523 [DIRECTIONS]
 

Arrival Day

  • Parent Drop-Off
    • Check-In: 3:00 - 4:00  PM at UOI (Boys) or CSU (Girls)  [CAMPUS MAP]
    • Parents are to park and walk their son/daughter into UOI or CSU
    • Players will check-in with an administrator from their age group, receive their room keys, Nike tshirt and info packet
    • Once players have checked-in with an administrator, a staff member will walk them to their dorm rooms and parents are released
  • Airport Arrivals/Transportation
    • Delays/Emergencies: If your have a flight change, delay or emergency, please call our ODP West Region Administrator Mica Goodrich [Not yet Available] on TRAVEL DAYS ONLY
    • Please notify us immediately if any changes are made to your child's flight
    • West Region administrators will be wearing RED West Region ODP shirts
    • DO NOT leave the baggage claim area until a West Region administrator arrives and provides further instructions
    • The group will travel to ID Camp together. Please wait for instructions on where to load the bus.
    • Spokane Airport [GEG]
      • Upon landing, all players should collect their luggage and proceed to Baggage Claim  and wait for our bus and administrator to arrive. [GEG Map]
      • Administrator assisting with pick-up [Not yet Available]
    • Denver Airport [DEN]
      • Upon landing, all players should collect their luggage and proceed to Baggage Claim  and wait for our bus and administrator to arrive. [DEN MAP]
      • Administrator assisting with pick-up [Not yet Available]


Departure Day

  • Parent Pick-Up
    • Check-Out: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM at UOI and CSU [ MAP]
    • Parents are to park iand walk into UOI and CSU to pick up their son/daughter
    • Players MUST check-out with an administrator from their age group in the atrium before they will be released to a parent/guardian.
    • If anyone other than the player's parent/guardian is picking them up from ID Camp, a release wavier MUST be completed and emailed to Mica [mgoodrich@usyouthsoccer.org] prior to being released. [Not yet Available]
    • Once players have checked-out with their administrator and have turned in their room key or paid their $50 lost key fee, they are free to depart.
  • Airport Departures/Transportation
    • All players who opted to fly and completed the flight response document will be transported to the airport by the West Region via bus.
    • The bus will depart for either Spokane [GEG] or Denver [DEN] at 11:00 AM.
    • Players will be dropped off outside their airline terminal to check-in and head directly to their designated departure gate.

FAQ's

Q: What is included in the ID Camp fee?

A: The fee of the 5-day residential ID Camp  ( 4 Days for Boys youngest age group) includes safe quality housing and meals in a dorm setting, training and classroom sessions in state of-the-art facilities, coaching and administrative staff, certified athletic trainers and (2) Nike tshirts. Players will train and compete with the top players in the West Region and will be trained by high level licensed coaches, including exposure to college coaches. Players will also have the opportunity to be identified for future ODP West Region events.


Q: Is transportation provided to/from ID Camp?

A: The West Region will ONLY provide transportation to/from either Spokane [GEG] (Boys) or Denver [DEN] (Girls) airports on arrival and departure days for those players who opt to fly.  Please see our Arrival and Departure tab for more information.


Q: Can parents watch players train or play?

A: The West Region appreciates when families support our program and players; however, family members will not be allowed in dorms, meals, meetings or any team function scheduled. Parents can watch Training and Games at the field.


Q: Where will the players be staying while they are at ID Camp?

A: All players will be staying in the UOI (Boys) and CSU (Girls) dorm rooms while on campus. Per our packing list, please ensure all players bring their own bedding, pillows and towels as they will not be provided.


Q: What are the dorms like?

A: Each dorm room includes one player per bed, shared bathroom, living space and study areas, a kitchenette with microwave, refrigerator and sink and air conditioning.


Q: Where will the players be training?

A: All trainings will be held at UOI (Boys) and CSU (Girls) on their campus fields.


Q: How often will players train?

A: Players will train twice (2) a day, except for arrival and departure days. Each training session will last approximately 1 1/2 - 2 hours.


Q: Will players be training and competing with players from their state?

A: Players will have the opportunity to train and compete with and among the top players in the West Region in a scramble format. This unique experience allows for players to progress and develop their skill sets in a competitive environment for the next level.


Q: Are the fields grass or turf?

A: There are two turf fields, the stadium and fieldhouse. All other fields are grass.


Q: Is there a backup plan for training in case of inclement weather?

A: Yes. In case of inclement weather, the players will have access to the fieldhouse. We will determine if use of the indoor facility is necessary based upon UOI (Boys) and CSU (Girls) weather protocols. Any changes to the schedule will be communicated to the players via Team App.


Q: Who are the Regional Staff Coaches?

A: The ODP Regional coaching staff are some of the top high level licensed coaches, including college coaches, within the West Region.


Q: Will there be college coaches there?

A: Yes. Most of the Regional staff coaches are current college coaches.


Q: What type of supervision is provided for the players during ID Camp?

A:  All activities on and off the field are supervised by our administrative staff. Each age group will have their own lead administrator, along with additional staff members that will ensure all players are supervised. Both coaching and administrative staff stay in the dorms with the players. Campus security will be present and monitoring our high access areas for added security.


Q: What do the classroom sessions consist of?

A: Classroom sessions and/or presentations, may consist of, but not limited to: sports performance, nutrition, sports psychologist, college coach panel and video analysis.


Q: If a player has a food allergy will there be alternative options for them?

A: Yes, you will be required to complete an electronic medical and liability release prior to attending ID Camp. This online form allows you to communicate any allergies for our staff, which includes our certified Athletic Trainers as well as UOI (Boys) and CSU (Girls) food services. 


Q: What if players cannot make it the entire time? Can players arrive late or leave early?

A:  Invited players are expected to arrive rested, on time and stay for the duration of the ID Camp. Players who do not attend the entire event will not receive the same training and development experiences as well as being fairly evaluated by our Regional coaching staff for identification to future ODP West Region events.


Q: What if players cannot attend ID Camp. Can players still be considered for the ODP West Region Pool?

A: To be considered for the ODP West Region Pool, players must attend ID Camp; however, if an invited player is injured or sustains an injury prior to the start of ID Camp, the player will be considered and listed as an injured reserve with proper medical documentation.


Q: What if players get injured before or during ID Camp?

A: If an invited player sustains an injury before ID Camp, please notify us immediately and provide medical documentation regarding the injury. Medically excused players will be considered for the ODP West Region pool and listed as an injured reserve. If you sustain an injury during ID Camp, our certified Athletic Trainers will be available on and off the field to assess any potential injuries and/or illness. Depending on the severity of the injury and/or illness the player may be taken to a local clinic or ER for further assessment by one of our administrative staff who will notify you. We will follow the US Youth Soccer Concussion Protocol for any player who displays signs and symptoms of a concussion. For more information see USYS Concussion Protocol [LINK].


Q: How will players receive communication on a daily basis?

A: During the event, Team App will be used to communicate daily schedules, weather/field updates, daily training gear colors and laundry schedule. This app is only for players attending the ID Camp. If players do not have a cell phone, they will be able to receive the communication from their roommate/teammate and/or administrator. For more information see "Team App" [LINK].


Q: What happens after ID Camp?

A: Final player pools for the upcoming 2018-2019 US Youth Soccer ODP West Region cycle will be posted by the first week of August. Players listed will be eligible for further selection to ODP West Region event opportunities that typically occur during November, December and January. Players will receive a general informational email outlining the event opportunities post-ID Camp.  

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