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2018 Fall Season Registration - OPEN!
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Registration is now OPEN



Fall Season:  September -  November 2018

If you need assistance, please email BRYC's Recreational Soccer Registrar, Karen Saunders, at

For general information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions click here.

BRYC Travel Teams Tryout Announcements...
BRYC travel teams are holding tryouts for the fall 2018 season

BRYC Travel Team Tryouts for Fall 2018 Going on NOW!!


If your child is interested in travel soccer, many of our BRYC travel teams are holding tryouts for the fall 2018 season.

CLICK HERE to go to our travel soccer page and view the list of teams looking for players.

** BE SURE... to contact the coach to express interest and to confirm tryout information. **

7th Annual Spring Coach's Challenge Ends in a TIE!!
Coaches brave a HOT day to celebrate the end of the 2018 spring season!


June 30 - At the end of every season our coaches gather to celebrate another season of BRYC soccer with a Coach's Game. This season, we played in VERY hot conditions, and for the FIRST time the game ended in a 1-1 tie! Our officials were Doug Alcorn (Depty Commissioner of the Senior Division), Darryl Miller (right hand man of our Field Director, Trish Moxie) and Elizabeth Giuliani (Treasurer for BRYC Rec Soccer and At-Large Member of the BRYC Big Board). When coming off the field, some of the coaches said, "I will never get after my players again for not running when it's hot!"

That's one of the key goals of our coaches game, it's important to play the game you are coaching and feel what the kids are feeling. It also gives the kids a chance to cheer their parent(s) on, AND of course, there are great snacks, cake and raffle prizes! This season, raffle prizes were donated by CCI Screenprinting, Dick's Sporting Goods, and Anthony Pagano and the All Star Program.

BRYC would not function without our dedicated coaches and we are VERY thankful for all they, and their families give every year. Have a GREAT summer, everyone! We look forward to seeing you back in the fall!

She Devils Successfully Defend in the HSGHSL Championship!

Spring 2018 High School Girls House Soccer League Championship Tournament

Semi-Finals - In a weather delayed playoff game, the BRYC She Devils were able to defeat their decades old arch rival SYC-Miller in the High School Girls House Soccer League Championship tournament.  On a wet Sunday afternoon in the Oakton HS stadium, SYC Miller struck the first blow with a goal in the 37th minute. Coming out of the half time break, the She Devils were fired up and determined not to lose the game. With precise passing between Danyale and Nora, Danyale was able to tie up the score. After going through regulation and two OT periods, it turned to PKs.  It took all ten kicks for the She Devils to end up 4-3 in the PKs and the win.

Championship - On a blistering hot Saturday on the turf of Woodson West, the She Devils met the BRYC-Octosharks coached by Kevin Bradburn for the League Championship.  The She Devils started off with one of Danyale’s patented goals within the first two minutes to help set the tone of the game.  Just a few minutes later the Octosharks were awarded a PK and Quinn took a hard shot to the goal, but the She Devils super goalkeeper Corrissa made a great save and stopped the ball cold. For the She Devils, in the 21st minute Maya, on a corner kick, placed a hard driven ball directly (maybe with a slight ricochet) into the net. 

In the second half, Quinn scored for the Octosharks in the 50th minute, putting a scare into the She Devils coaching staff of Alcorn/Squires/Wilcox.  The Octosharks were putting forth full effort into the match, but with the heat, both sides were getting tired and the She Devils number one defense was able to hold.  The She Devils had a most beautiful goal scored by Carmen in the 85th minute, setting the final score of 3-1 and giving the She Devils two consecutive Championships.

The She Devils had to tearfully say goodbye to eight  players (seven seniors and one move) and the remaining core is looking forward to the goal of a three-peat next season.  I thank my assistant coaches Mac Squires and Paul Wilcox for a terrific season and all the wonderful young ladies that made the spring 2018 She Devils a team to remember.

Inclement Weather Policy

When inclement weather threatens play, BRYC officials walk the fields early game day morning to assess playing conditions. If adverse conditions at a field--usually, substantial amounts of standing water--are determined to pose a threat of injury to the players or damage to the field, all games scheduled at the field for the entire day are canceled and an announcement is placed on the BRYC hotline 703-354-7101) and it will be updated at 7:00 a.m. Note that BRYC officials may cancel games at certain fields, while allowing games at other fields to proceed.

When BRYC officials determine fields are playable despite inclement weather conditions, a message that games will be played as scheduled is placed on the hotline. If inclement weather continues, the trainers, in consultation with the league director decides whether to proceed with the scheduled game. Games terminated after half of the game has been played are considered complete.

Thunder and Lightning Policy:
IN CASE OF THUNDER OR LIGHTNING IN THE IMMEDIATE AREA, PLAY WILL BE SUSPENDED IMMEDIATELY!! Everyone (no exceptions) must immediately leave the field, seek shelter in their vehicles, and wait 30 minutes. The 30-minute waiting period starts again if additional thunder/lightning is observed. If inclement weather persists, your trainers will terminate the session.

BRYC Survives Thanks to Volunteers; Won't You Join Us?
As Little As a Few Hours Or As Much as a Season (or Ten!) Are Much Appreciated

BRYC Recreational Soccer wouldn't exist without the dedication of its volunteers.  Our coaches are the most visible, and without them we would certainly have no program, but the more than two dozen members of the Executive Committee (EXCOM) work year-round to keep the organization running smoothly.

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About Us
Celebrating Over 50 Years!

BRYC, the Braddock Road Youth Club, is a non-profit organization in Fairfax County, Virginia, established in 1966 to offer a variety of youth sports activities in the Burke/Annandale/ Springfield, Virginia area. BRYC Soccer is divided into two programs, Recreational Soccer (including ODSL) and Elite (Travel) Soccer. This web site is devoted exclusively to BRYC's Recreational Soccer program consisting of neighborhood-based teams. Any youth that signs up to play in the recreational league will be placed on a team. For information on BRYC Elite Soccer, go to "". For links to all the BRYC sports programs, from football to fast-pitch softball, go to ""

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