Annual General Meeting
2023 Annual General Meeting
We invite you to attend the Ohio Soccer Association Annual General Meeting (AGM). We are looking forward to your participation and hearing your voice regarding the state of the game in Ohio.
- Date: Saturday, February 25, 2023
- Time: 1:30pm [Check-in at 1pm] [Please note the AGM is part of the OSA Workshop, which is an all-day event]
- Location: Marriott at the University of Dayton | 1414 S Patterson Blvd, Dayton, OH 45409
- Virtual Option: Will be available
Online Registration [OPEN]
All primary or alternate delegates must be registered using the above link by January 25, 2023.
Part of the AGM includes Board Elections. Please select the BOD Elections tab to the left for more information about candidates, or see information below about voting eligibility.
The following positions are up for election:
- Vice President (Statewide club/league vote)
- District 3 Director (District 3 clubs/league(s) vote only)
- District 5 Director (District 5 clubs/league(s) vote only)
In conjunction with our AGM, we are excited to host our annual OSA Workshop. Use the navigation to the left for more information.
Who is eligible to vote?
Current 2022-2023 Ohio Soccer Association members in good standing will be eligible to vote as OSA Full Members. To find the list of current full members, click here. All allocation of votes will be based on the voting structure identified in the Code of Regulations, Article VIII, Section 3.
The number of votes that each club or league is allotted will be determined on the number of players that are currently registered and paid for the Fall 2022/Spring 2023 season. For Spring 2023 player counts, it will be the actual number of registered and paid players as of January 25, 2023, at 5pm.
Each member in good standing shall register its primary and alternate delegates to the AGM no later than thirty (30) days prior to the meeting. A Full Member may not designate a current member of the Board of Directors as a delegate.
Please visit the BOD Elections section to the left to view number of votes per member per district.
How do clubs or leagues get votes?
The votes are based off the number of paid registrations to your club or league.
Are we allowed to split up our votes between our board members for clubs or leagues?
Yes. The allocation of votes will be based on the voting structure identified in the Code of Regulations (COR). A member may allocate its total number of votes to one delegate or up to a number equal to their vote count. For example, if a member has 3 votes, they may designate one(1), two (2), or three (3) delegates to vote. The member may also apportion the weighting of their votes to the delegate as they choose. For example, if a member has 4 votes and designates two (2) delegates, the member may allocate three (3) to one delegate and one (1) to the other. All primary and alternate delegates must be registered by January 25, 2023 at 5pm.