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Regional Identification Center (RIC)


The Regional Identification Center (RIC) is designed to provide advanced training to players in the outlying areas of Georgia and opportunities for scouting to the ODP program.

The goals of the program are:

·         To serve as a process to identify players from around the State of Georgia into the State Olympic Development Program (ODP).

·         To give opportunity to players who are looking for additional training (under the ODP curriculum of identification and development) to supplement their club activities. 

·         To help top players of our member clubs reach their potential by providing a challenging program in close proximity that requires a short commute.

·         To teach the RIC players the ODP playing style of possession soccer and prepare them for the opportunity to earn a spot in the state’s ODP pool.


Regional Festival

All Regional Centers participate in a festival at the end of the program. State ODP staff and scouts attend and work with the players. During the 2022 event, over 40 players who attended the festival were invited to State Pool training. 9 players from these centers represented Georgia and invited to the South Region ID camp.

  • Sunday, January 29th, 2023
  • CGSA (Central Georgia Soccer Association Complex)
    • 110 Snellgrove Drive Warner Robbins, GA 31095
  • Starts at 10AM-3PM


For the 2022-23 RIC season, the players eligible for this program are boys and girls born in the calendar years 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 (as well as selected 2013), January 1 to December 31. 

Program Outline

The pool will train as one group when working on technique, and then be split by age and size for small-sided games. The pool will be split for games against other RIC sites to achieve size-appropriate match-ups. The pools will train once a week throughout the winter and finish with a RIC Festival. The training sessions will start in early December.

Program Cost

The tryout fee is $45 (and includes two sessions). The training fee is $75 for a six (6) additional session program.

Coaching Staff

The State Director of Coaching will oversee the program and visit each RIC site at least once per month. Each site will have a head coach who will work with staff coaches appointed by the State DOC. The coaches will be from top local clubs and/or colleges.