2019 ECNL Girls Announcement Posted by: Andrew Kummer | Technical Director of Elite Programming As the landscape of youth soccer is continually evolving and with the existence of various options,…
12U Development Academy Programming Announcement Posted by: Rapids Youth Soccer In the fall of 2019, the U.S. Soccer Development Academy will no longer operate programming at the 12U level. The…
On March 3rd and 4th, 2018, Rapids Youth Soccer sent teams to the St. Louis Scott Gallagher ECNL Friendlies. Girls and boys played elite teams from around the country throughout the weekend. The tournament’s objective was to expand our teams’ understandings of competition and grow closer as a club.
Rapids Youth Soccer is excited to introduce the newest member of our Staff and 9U-10U Select Program Director, Jeb Brovsky. Jeb is a Colorado native, playing pro soccer for NYCFC, Montral Impact, Minnesota United, and Stromsgodset IF. After his career was ended by injury, Jeb has been heavily involved in the game in outreach efforts through the Homeless World Cup and Peace Pandemic.
Injury represents an inexorable consequence of sports. Many of us are aware of the physical consequences of injury, however, the lack of awareness surrounding the psychology of injury means some mental wounds may never heal. Join us for a new series highlighting the mental aspects of sport injury rehabilitation.
When a player excels at their sport there are always next steps. This can be exciting but stressful. Parents & players all want a college scholarship to a major division 1 school but few players achieve this. Find out what college soccer options are available and how you or your player can stand out in the crowd.
Youth sports and clubs can often be characterized in the community by the parenting culture taking place. On the sidelines or at home, parents need to understand the immense impact they have on their player and team.
Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer has been teaching the Whole-Part-Whole methodology for many years and it is now being mirrored by U.S. Soccer as a way to further develop players at all levels of the game.
The Colorado Rapids 2002 boys team visited the country of Panama to experience all things soccer, including playing the Panamanian National Team.