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Spring Season:  April - June 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 Coaches Close the Season with the 6th Annual Fall Coach's Challenge

December 3, Woodson HS West Field - BRYC's coaches met on the West Field at Woodson HS to celebrate another successful season of soccer. It was a GORGEOUS day and we had a GREAT game. The coaches of the girls teams came out on top 5-1, but really... everyone wins when you have fun. All our coaches walked away with pizza and cake in their stomachs and raffle prizes in hand thanks to Dick's Sporting Goods, our All Star Program, Washington Spirit and BRYC.

Our club wouldn't function without our fabulous and dedicated coaches and leadership... today was a day to celebrate everyone that gives so generously of their time and talent so that the kids in our area can learn and play soccer.

For more images from the game... CLICK HERE, and for MORE... CLICK HERE.  Have a GREAT winter... and we'll see you all back in the spring!

The Recipe for Success in the Herndon All Star Tournament...

November 18-19 - Herndon, VA:  What is the recipe for SUCCESS at the All Star Tournament?

  1. Choose a great coach who can't get enough soccer (BRYC has SO many!)
  2. Pick a team full of spirited, motivated players
  3. Register them for the All Star Tournament
  4. Watch them go!

No matter what the outcome is at the end of the weekend... if they are smiling and if they all had FUN... THAT is the sure sign of success!

Congratulations to ALL our BRYC teams who competed in the Herdon All Star Tournament. CLICK HERE to see pictures of our teams!

ESPECIALLY, Finalists:

  • U12B Mammals
  • U19G's

And Tournament Champions:

  • U9B Rugged Rhinos
BRYC Giving Back at the Hunt Country Classic...
... or "What happens to the equipment we donate at Uniform Night?"

November 18 - Every season at Uniform Night there is a table where you can donate gently used equipment to the club. Players or coaches can take the gear, if they need it... and what is left at the end of the night is boxed up and donated to different organizations that run soccer programs in underpriviledged areas. This year, at the Hunt Country Classic as part of a Boy Scout Eagle project, collections of gently used soccer equipment were taken at various fields to be donated to Goals Beyond the Net, a non-profit organization working to change the lives of children in Haiti.


BRYC was able to donate:   11 pairs of cleats, 33 jerseys, 11 pairs of soccer shorts, 2 pairs of soccer pants, 11 pairs of shinguards, 3 soccer bags, 29 water bottles, 2 goalie jerseys, 26 pairs of socks, approximately 300 unused All Star jerseys from previous seasons (that's about 20 teams worth of jerseys!)

Members of U15B BRYC Elite Dynamo (coached by Anthony Pagano and Julie Little) and U13G BRYC Promise (coached by Joan Smith and James Sullivan) represented BRYC at the donation sites.

This was a great opportunity for our players to have a lesson in giving back, and to share the power of youth sports with others.


U19 Boys Sweep the Championships in the SFL Tournament

November 11 - Over the weekend, BRYC U19B teams played in the end of season SFL Tournament.

The Thunder were placed in a very competitive tournament bracket. To win they had to beat three teams over a two day span. The Thunder were challenged in all three of their games. The first two were tied at the end of regulation; Thunder won both games in penalty kicks. The championship game was different. Chantilly came out strong and pressed the entire game. The Thunder’s strong defense held firm. In the second half, one of their defenders took the ball all the way up the field before crossing it to an outside mid who then scored on a one touch shot. After that it was ten to fifteen minutes holding on for a one goal shutout win.

The Noble had a different route to their championship game. First time U19 Coach Melissa motivated her players to reach deep and outscored their opposition 5-2 in the semifinal game. The win happened despite a disputed red card on their veteran keeper (forcing their keeper to sit out championship game).  Halfway through the 2nd half, the score was tied 1-1... then McLean scored the go-ahead goal. With 10 minutes left, the Noble's striker scored to tie the game... and that held to the end of regulation. In the PK tiebreaker... all five players from the Noble lived up to their name and scored, winning a second U19 Boys SFL Trophy for a very proud Coach Melissa.

CONGRATULATIONS to the U19 boys for a great soccer season!!!!!

BRYC She Devils Wins HSGHSL Championship

November 5 - Congratulations to the BRYC She Devils, and coaches Doug Alcorn and Mac Squires on winning the High School Girls House Soccer League Championship tournament. They soared to the top with a 2-1 win over SYC-Ray.
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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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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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