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During these unprecedented times, many attractions and events have been impacted, and in most cases, cancelled or closed. Visitors are strongly encouraged to call or check event and attraction websites to confirm operating status. For information on how you can interact with the tourism community now, visit our Fairfax First page. Learn More

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Fairfax County & BRYC Welcomes Future Soccer Stars!

Enjoy a great weekend of soccer... and our County! 

Welcome to all the teams from New York and Pennsylvania attending U.S. Youth Soccer's Premier & Colonial League games this Spring at Robinson Secondary School. We've developed this web page to help you plan your trip. You'll find links to area restaurants, attractions, and the host hotel (SpringHill Suites Fairfax) which has offered a special group rate for our out-of-town guests. If there's anything we can do to make you feel right at home, please let us know. See you in March!

BRYC and Visit Fairfax - the tourism bureau serving Fairfax County, VA - would like to welcome all the players, coaches, and spectators from New York and Pennsylvania who will be attending U.S. Youth Soccer's Premier and Colonial League games at Robinson Secondary School (5035 Sideburn Rd Fairfax, VA 22032) this March.

When there's down time from the competition, we encourage you to experience everything our county has to offer. You'll find plenty to enjoy, including all our world-class attractions, one of-a-kind shopping experiences, and extensive dining options. And we're located just minutes from Washington, D.C.'s monuments, museums, and memorials.

To help you plan your trip, please check out the links to the right of this page to learn more about area restaurants, attractions, and the host hotel. BRYC has secured terrific rate at the SpringHill Suites Fairfax Fair Oaks ($69/night, includes breakfast, free wireless), which is located just a few miles from the fields at Robinson.

Please also take time to browse the rest of our website for other useful information. And if you have any questions before you get here, please send us an email or simply pick up the phone and call us at 1-800-732-4732.

We hope you have a terrific time here in Fairfax County. Best of luck!

Sports Events in Fairfax County

The 2015 World Police and Fire Games

The 2015 World Police and Fire Games

12,000 professional, public safety athletes from 70 countries competing in 60+ sports to qualify for over 1,600 medal events. More
WAGs Soccer Tournament

WAGs Soccer Tournament

The Washington Area Girls Soccer League is one of the most elite soccer leagues in the world for female youth players, with over 600 teams and 10,000 players. More
The Virginian

The Virginian

One of the biggest tournaments on the annual calendar and a great place to visit during the Memorial Day Weekend around our Nation’s Capital. More