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Olo Sembera


Olo Sembera was born in Lima, Peru and grew up playing for Club de Regatas Lima, a prominent soccer youth academy in his hometown. His childhood took a turn when him and his family moved to the United States when he was eight years old. He was raised in Falls Church, where he cycled through various teams like Team America and Vienna VYS, until he joined Annandale United FC, which became his youth soccer backbone for the next seven years (u11-u18). He attended Meridian High School and played on the varsity team from 2014-2017.  He won the state championship three times along with numerous personal accolades prior to playing collegiate soccer at Randolph-Macon College. After graduating from Macon in 2021, he spent a summer at VB United (USL 2), one year playing in Murcia, Spain for Racing Murcia FC (3ra RFEF), half of a season playing for Villareal VA CF (UPSL), and now at Fredericksburg Fire FC in the MASL 3. 


Olo is an active young soccer player, who has experienced multiple styles of play (South  and North American and European) and is enthusiastic about relaying his youth, collegiate, and semi-pro experience to the next generation of players around the area.


Playing experience and accolades: 


• 2021, 2022, and 2023

• MASL 3

• 3ra RFEF (5th division in Spain) 


• USL 2



• 3 goals and 1 assist: 

• All-ODAC Academic team 

• 1 DOT winning goal (21/22)

• Made us host 1st round of play-offs at home (21/22)

• 17/18: conference Semi-finals (14-1-3) 


International youth experience:


La Torre International School of Soccer: 


• Started 4/4 games and scored 3 goals: 

• W 3-1 vs  Peruvian U-15 national team 

• W 2-0 vs U-15 Sport Boys Association (2 goals) 

• W 1-0 vs U-15 Academia Cantolado 

• W 3-1 vs U-15 Sporting Cristal (1 goal) 

High school: 

• 2016: ranked 3rd in the nation 

•  3x state champion

• 3x regional champion

• 2x First-team all region

• 1x District player of the year

• 1x second team All-state. 

•  59 goals and 41 assists 

• (5th all time school record).


Youth soccer: 

• In 2015: 

• Won the the US Southeast regional championship

• Game winning goal (1-0)

• finishing the season out with 

• 20 goals and 8 assists.

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