Youth Development Academy

About the program

The Youth Development Academy is the first step in the competitive pathway.  It is an 8 month season with built in breaks and periods of flexible attendance.  Training is twice a week and lead by professional, USSF licensed coaches.

Teams of 12-14 are built and compete in the OYSA fall and spring Development League, with games being played on Sundays at Delta Park.  Teams can also expect to participate in 1 or 2 summer jamborees with the summer period also serving as an opportunity for coaches to observe players for team placement in August.


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YDA West

Winter Season
With normal indoor winter sports impacted by public health concerns we have decided to offer a once a week Youth Development Academy winter program. These sessions will most likely be offered on a turf field during the months of December and January with two practice dates in December and three in January and the season will end with an academy style kick around. The fee for these five sessions is $75, registration is open and space is limited so please visit to get registered now.
Spring Season 
– Start date is February 15th runs through April.
– Birth years 2011, 2012 & 2013
– Remove “For to Turf”
– Training location will be either Westhills or Westside Christian  for the spring season, time TBD.
– 2x times a week training
– No training over spring break (March 22nd – 26th)
– Planing on OYSA enteral league but if not we will do an internal league with some external friedlies.
– Fee is $350
Summer / Fall Season 
– Birth years 2012, 2013 & 2014
– Breaks over the July 4th week and Labor Day week.

YDA East

Winter United PDX YDA East sessions will only be available for players born in 2011/12, but we will open up registration for age 2013 players on Monday November 23rd. We are only allowing 30 boys and 30 girls to participate per field space requirements. If you are a 2011/12 age player (U9/U10) please sign-up by the weekend. 2013 age players will be able to register for any remaining spots beginning Monday. Please let me know if you have any questions. We are United! 

Training Dates: Wednesday 5:00-6:00 PM at Delta Park (Strasser Stadium Turf)
December 9th
December 16th
January 13th
January 20th
January 27th

Spring Season Registration Opens – Dec 1st.
Training Starts the week of February 17th (Games in March and April)
Fee is $350
Summer / Fall Season 

This program is for players born in 2011, 2012, 2013 and runs from June 1 through October.  Players are evaluated over the summer training sessions and then assigned to teams in the fall.  Fall games take place on Sundays at Delta Park.

The program has two breaks built into the summer / fall session, from June 29th – July 5th and September 4-7th.  Cost is $650 and you can find more information on our YDA program by clicking here.


East/West Jamboree – June 20
East/West Jamboree – August 1 


Summer Preparation

Fall Competitive

Off Season

Futsal Period




June - August

September - October

November - December

January - February

March - April



10 weeks (No training week of 7/4)

8-9 weeks

8-9 weeks

7 weeks (Starts after 1/1)

8-9 weeks (No training/games over Spring break)

2-3 Weeks


2x a week

Training 2x per week


None (Futsal)

Training 2x per week



Potential Summer Jamborees

Fall Development League


Optional Futsal at Rose City Futsal West & East

Spring Development League



Attendance as schedule allows

Attendance expected


Attendance as schedule allows

Attendance expected



June – August, 12 weeks, 2x per week, friendlies and jamborees. Cost is combined with Fall.


Fall Competitive Season

September – November, 12 weeks, 2 times a week, Sunday games in OYSA Developmental League.  $600 covers Summer and Fall

Spring Competitive Season

February – April, 12 weeks, 2 times a week, Sunday games in OYSA Developmental League.  $300

“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know -but if you listen you may learn something new.”​​​​​​​  – JP McEvoy​​​​​​​

Youth Development Academy Directors

Traits of a United PDX Player

  • Work hard. A sense of fulfillment comes from hard work and achievement.
  • Pursue excellence in all endeavors.
  • We are loyal to our mission, values, goals, the game and our membership.
  • Do things the right way and on time. Be conscientious in your actions; respect every aspect of the game.
  • Stand as one. We win together, lose together and grow together. Our group is strong and supportive.
  • Be enthusiastic in all our endeavors. Pursue personal, team and club goals with passion.