WYB’s Worthington United Premier Recreational Soccer Program (WUP) includes teams that play in the Ohio Champion’s League (OCL). Teams from Worthington Youth Boosters compete in the Ohio Champions League but are still administered by WYB.
Parent Coach Teams
OCL was a league founded in the Spring of 2009 with the goal of raising the level of player development for youth soccer players in Columbus Ohio.
A uniform package must be purchased by all WYB registrants.
WYB parent coached teams now have the opportunity to participate in a higher quality league with low fees and without attending tryouts.
The league is now offering a Red, White , Premier (Blue) Division, and an Academy Division. This program is open to parent coached teams registered through WYB.
Worthington players can join a parent coached team playing in Ohio Champions League for as little as $185 per season. Teams may be formed prior to signing up. Individuals may register, but will be added to existing rosters as needed.
Ohio Champions League provides a good level of competition for teams that have outgrown the level of play offered by Recreational leagues.
coaches work together to create a game schedule that will work for their team. This can include as few as 6 games per season or as many as 12 games at times and dates of the coaches choosing.
Ohio Champions League is a US Club league. This means players have the ability to receive player passes that will allow them to play in competitive tournaments with no additional carding fees.
Seeded League Tournament
Teams will be seeded in the league tournament at the end of each season. This ensures that each season will conclude with a competitive event where teams can expect close games.