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The Old Dominion Football Club (ODFC)was founded in 2002 and was originally based out of South Riding, Virginia (Loudoun County). The club has steadily grown from 20 members to well over 700 in 2016. The club has expanded throughout Loudoun County (ODFC North) and soon to other parts of  Region I. The club as a whole fields 24 high-level travel teams and over 200 recreational players. ODFC prides itself on its educational programs, "state-of-the-art" playing facilities and community relations.   

ODFC believes that a solid "soccer education” begins with players and coaches enjoying what they are being taught. Once the proper environment is set, development and growth can naturally occur. We also believe that, "winning at all cost”, means players give up everything to win including personal development, personal growth and sportsmanship. Our players and coaches guarantee themselves a successful future by enhancing performance through a balanced curriculum and strong education.

 


ODFC SOUTH LOUDOUN

The original “birthplace” of ODFC back in 2002 ODFC South encompasses South Riding, Aldie, and Stone Ridge.  ODFC South is “home” of the Cesena USA Program along with all of our high-level Premier teams. Teams train at a number of facilities including John Champe, Freedom and Rock Ridge High Schools. Most of our player pool is from the Southern/Eastern Loudoun County.   


ODFC NORTH LOUDOUN

Welcome to ODFC West. ODFC West comprises the "Quest", our girls program, and the "Alliance", our boys program, along with a few high school age competitive teams. 

John Regan is the Director of Coaching for ODFC North. He heads up both the Quest and the Alliance. Coach Regan may be reached at 703-431-3614 or john@olddominionfc.org.

ODFC West is based in Hamilton, VA. We train at Harmony Middle School, Morven Park, and Evergreen Sportsplex. Most of our player pool is from Western Loudoun. We are proud of our grassroots approach to club development. As a part of this approach, we intend to stay smaller in size so we can give our players the individual attention they deserve. 

All Quest girls and Alliance boys receive the same soccer education. We provide comprehensive technical, tactical, and physical training, a variety of special training programs, and competitive league and tournament play. Our Saturday I-League gives the game back to the players, allowing players to take charge and set their own teams. 

No other soccer club in our area offers such a unique player-centric approach.  If you have a child interested in pursuing soccer and you are located in Northern Loudoun County, please contact us for more information.