Orlando City Youth Soccer Network Announces Three New Additions


ORLANDO, Fla. (March 14, 2022) — Orlando City SC has added another three embassy locations to its Orlando City Youth Soccer Network (OCYSN) today, with the announcement of Orlando City Soccer School - Windermere, Orlando City Soccer School - Clermont and Orlando City Soccer School - Lake Nona.

“The addition of three new soccer schools to our Youth Soccer Network is an incredible way for us to expand and continue to spread our love for this game with our community here in Orlando,” said Orlando City SC President of Business Operations Jarrod Dillon. “The investment that these schools are making in youth soccer in the Central Florida area can only further the opportunities for growth that these youth players will have.”

Orlando City Soccer School - Windermere will operate both recreational and competitive programs for boys and girls, ages 6-18. Located in the heart of Windermere, the program’s athletes will have access to facilities such as a gym, auditorium and three acres of fields. The Soccer School will also utilize futsal as a core youth developmental tool within its facility.

Orlando City Soccer School - Clermont will run similar programs for those same ages and utilize futsal for further youth development, serving Clermont and its surrounding communities. Athletes in Clermont will have access to two acres of fields, in addition to a gym and auditorium. 

Orlando City Soccer School - Lake Nona is set to invest over $5 million in outdoor fields, locker rooms, a video analysis room and a players/family lounge, including one full-sized turf field and one full-sized grass field. Athletes ages 3-18 will have access to the entire XL Sports Infrastructure, including indoor turf fields, futsal courts and locker rooms.

The three locations expand the OCYSN portfolio to a total of nine Soccer Schools in and around Orlando.

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