CRYSC 11U-19U Competitive Programs are Colorado’s premier option for growing, learning, and developing in youth soccer. The Competitive Program builds on the foundation players have learned throughout their time with Rapids Youth Soccer, including philosophy, the Rapids curriculum, and The Rapids Way. Program offerings cover the spectrum of player pathways, from new players to competitive, all the way to the top leagues in the United States.

Training and game locations will vary depending on level of play of each team. Game format is played in line with U.S. Soccer directives for small-sided games, which is 9v9 for 11U/12U and 11v11 for 13U-19U. Team sizes may vary depending on age and level of play.

Coming Soon

The Whole-Part-Whole (WPW) philosophy is a learning model used by the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club to achieve our long-term player development initiative. The WPW philosophy was first outlined by Malcolm Knowles in 1973 and is used in many learning situations, both practical and theory based. When added to a well-planned and well-thought out pedagogy, the WPW philosophy puts players in realistic situations, which should always include decision-making elements.

When coaching soccer, WPW can be used in a variety of ways to break down techniques, skills, or tactics. Most commonly the players are taken from practice with high game context to a low one, before returning to the original practice. When possible, it is best to practice the game, or elements of the game, in their entirety. An example of this could occur in a topic such as ‘Defending in the Direct Game Channel’. What do you do if the individuals or units in your squad don’t understand how to defend 1v1 or 2v2? You break it down.

‘Whole’ doesn’t necessarily mean a game. Actually, in this theory, a ‘whole’ practice could be a series of complex skills that can be broken down into more discrete skills. The ‘whole’ element should be as realistic to the game as possible. The coach looks to pull actions or components of the game and break them down into chunks so the players can understand and digest the information. The coach will then pull those elements back together into the game situation.

References: Swanson, R.A. & Law, B. (1993). Whole-part-whole learning model. Performance Improvement Quarterly. 6(1), pp 43-53.

@coachdanwright. Coachdanwright.blogspot.co.uk

In addition to our technical soccer curriculum and teaching philosophy, we aim to represent The Rapids Way in all our programming. The Rapids Way is much more than just what we do and how we do it. It encompasses who we are as a Club, from how we handle our administrative details to how coaches instruct players in training to how our players and families conduct themselves on and off the field. The Club’s mission and vision shape a philosophy, methodology, and culture that provide a framework for us to work in these key areas.

The Rapids Way is defined by the experience each player has from the time they enter the Club to the time they graduate.  From a technical perspective, we focus on establishing an individual foundation before teaching group actions and tactics. This includes the WPW philosophy and long-term development planning. The technical, tactical, physical, and psycho-social pieces of our soccer curriculum come together in the form of a distinct style of play, consistent from our most inexperienced levels to our elite levels in the Club.

The culture we create provides a system of support for all of our young players. We take pride in the professionalism exhibited by our coaching staff, from the way they teach to their demeanor and appearance at sessions and games. Our parents are well informed and respectful on the sidelines, during both games and practices, which in turn creates a fun, safe and enjoyable atmosphere for our players to develop. This is captured in our free-flowing and positive thinking style of play.

We have a saying in the Club, “Prepare your child for the path, not the path for your child.” This is the Rapids Way.

Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Planning

  • Tryouts: May 28-30
  • Team Meetings: June 12

August 2019

  • Practices Begin: July 29
  • Rapids Friendlies: August 3-4
  • Rapids Classic: August 16-18
  • Game Day: August 24
  • State Cup: August 30-Sept. 2
  • Presidents Cup: August 30-Sept. 2
  • Labor Day Challenge: August 30-Sept. 2

September-November 2019

  • Game Day: September 7
  • Game Day: September 14
  • Game Day: September 21
  • Game Day: September 28
  • Game Day: October 12
  • Game Day: October 19
  • Game Day: October 26
  • Game Day: November 2
  • Game Day: November 9
  • Game Day: November 10

February-March 2020

  • Rapids FC Girls Indoor Showcase: 1/31-2/2
  • Practices Begin: February 10
  • Icebreaker Tournament: 2/28-3/1
  • Game Day: March 8
  • Game Day: March 15
  • Spring Cup: March 20-22
  • Game Day: March 28

April-May 2020

  • Game Day: April 4
  • Game Day: April 11
  • Game Day: April 18
  • Game Day: April 25
  • Game Day: May 2
  • Game Day: May 9
  • Game Day: May 16
  • Game Day: May 17

Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Planning

  • Tryouts: May 26-28
  • Team Meetings: June 10

WHEN: May 28, 29 and 30, 2019. Please arrive at Wild Wing Park 30 minutes prior to the posted tryout time in order to check in. *NOTE* all tryout times are subject to change!

  • Goalkeeper tryouts are during the first 30 minutes of each age groups tryout time each day. If you cannot make the GK tryouts time please contact: Gary Seville, gary.seville@rapidsyouthsoccer.org

May 28:

  • 2009 & 2007 Boys & Girls: 4:15-5:30pm
  • 2008 & 2006 Boys & Girls: 5:45-7:00pm 
  • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005 Girls: 6:45-8:15pm 

May 29:

  • 2009 Boys & Girls: 4:15-5:30pm
  • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005 Boys: 6:15-7:45pm 

May 30:

  • Makeup/extra tryout day (if needed)

WHERE: *UPDATED* Wild Wing Park [originally Twin Silo Park, Fort Collins – moved due to influx in registrants]

WHO: Current & New players interested in playing on a 2019/2020 Rapids FC Competitive Team.

HOW: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

After clicking the link above, select one of the following under the “3.1 – Competitive League” Section:

  • Boys and Girls born between 2009 and 2006 will register under option “(3.1a) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2009-2006) ALL”
  • Girls born between 2005 and 2001 will register under option “(3.1b) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2005-2001) HS GIRLS”
  • Boys born between 2005 and 2001 will register under option “(3.1c) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2005-2001) HS BOYS”

Craig Deacon
15U-19U Boys & Girls Director of Coaching
craig.deacon@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 253

Nathan Fleming
11U-14U Boys & Girls Director of Coaching
nathan.fleming@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 254

Philip Cooper
11U-14U Boys & Girls Assistant Director of Coaching
phillip.cooper@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 251

Gary Seville
Director of Goalkeeping
gary.seville@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 256

Michelle Novak
Director of Administration
michelle.novak@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 151

Overview

CRYSC 11U-19U Competitive Programs are Colorado’s premier option for growing, learning, and developing in youth soccer. The Competitive Program builds on the foundation players have learned throughout their time with Rapids Youth Soccer, including philosophy, the Rapids curriculum, and The Rapids Way. Program offerings cover the spectrum of player pathways, from new players to competitive, all the way to the top leagues in the United States.

Training and game locations will vary depending on level of play of each team. Game format is played in line with U.S. Soccer directives for small-sided games, which is 9v9 for 11U/12U and 11v11 for 13U-19U. Team sizes may vary depending on age and level of play.

Curriculum

Coming Soon

Philosophy

The Whole-Part-Whole (WPW) philosophy is a learning model used by the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club to achieve our long-term player development initiative. The WPW philosophy was first outlined by Malcolm Knowles in 1973 and is used in many learning situations, both practical and theory based. When added to a well-planned and well-thought out pedagogy, the WPW philosophy puts players in realistic situations, which should always include decision-making elements.

When coaching soccer, WPW can be used in a variety of ways to break down techniques, skills, or tactics. Most commonly the players are taken from practice with high game context to a low one, before returning to the original practice. When possible, it is best to practice the game, or elements of the game, in their entirety. An example of this could occur in a topic such as ‘Defending in the Direct Game Channel’. What do you do if the individuals or units in your squad don’t understand how to defend 1v1 or 2v2? You break it down.

‘Whole’ doesn’t necessarily mean a game. Actually, in this theory, a ‘whole’ practice could be a series of complex skills that can be broken down into more discrete skills. The ‘whole’ element should be as realistic to the game as possible. The coach looks to pull actions or components of the game and break them down into chunks so the players can understand and digest the information. The coach will then pull those elements back together into the game situation.

References: Swanson, R.A. & Law, B. (1993). Whole-part-whole learning model. Performance Improvement Quarterly. 6(1), pp 43-53.

@coachdanwright. Coachdanwright.blogspot.co.uk

The Rapids Way

In addition to our technical soccer curriculum and teaching philosophy, we aim to represent The Rapids Way in all our programming. The Rapids Way is much more than just what we do and how we do it. It encompasses who we are as a Club, from how we handle our administrative details to how coaches instruct players in training to how our players and families conduct themselves on and off the field. The Club’s mission and vision shape a philosophy, methodology, and culture that provide a framework for us to work in these key areas.

The Rapids Way is defined by the experience each player has from the time they enter the Club to the time they graduate.  From a technical perspective, we focus on establishing an individual foundation before teaching group actions and tactics. This includes the WPW philosophy and long-term development planning. The technical, tactical, physical, and psycho-social pieces of our soccer curriculum come together in the form of a distinct style of play, consistent from our most inexperienced levels to our elite levels in the Club.

The culture we create provides a system of support for all of our young players. We take pride in the professionalism exhibited by our coaching staff, from the way they teach to their demeanor and appearance at sessions and games. Our parents are well informed and respectful on the sidelines, during both games and practices, which in turn creates a fun, safe and enjoyable atmosphere for our players to develop. This is captured in our free-flowing and positive thinking style of play.

We have a saying in the Club, “Prepare your child for the path, not the path for your child.” This is the Rapids Way.

Fall Dates & Deadlines

Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Planning

  • Tryouts: May 28-30
  • Team Meetings: June 12

August 2019

  • Practices Begin: July 29
  • Rapids Friendlies: August 3-4
  • Rapids Classic: August 16-18
  • Game Day: August 24
  • State Cup: August 30-Sept. 2
  • Presidents Cup: August 30-Sept. 2
  • Labor Day Challenge: August 30-Sept. 2

September-November 2019

  • Game Day: September 7
  • Game Day: September 14
  • Game Day: September 21
  • Game Day: September 28
  • Game Day: October 12
  • Game Day: October 19
  • Game Day: October 26
  • Game Day: November 2
  • Game Day: November 9
  • Game Day: November 10
Spring Dates & Deadlines

February-March 2020

  • Rapids FC Girls Indoor Showcase: 1/31-2/2
  • Practices Begin: February 10
  • Icebreaker Tournament: 2/28-3/1
  • Game Day: March 8
  • Game Day: March 15
  • Spring Cup: March 20-22
  • Game Day: March 28

April-May 2020

  • Game Day: April 4
  • Game Day: April 11
  • Game Day: April 18
  • Game Day: April 25
  • Game Day: May 2
  • Game Day: May 9
  • Game Day: May 16
  • Game Day: May 17

Fall 2020/Spring 2021 Planning

  • Tryouts: May 26-28
  • Team Meetings: June 10
Tryouts

WHEN: May 28, 29 and 30, 2019. Please arrive at Wild Wing Park 30 minutes prior to the posted tryout time in order to check in. *NOTE* all tryout times are subject to change!

  • Goalkeeper tryouts are during the first 30 minutes of each age groups tryout time each day. If you cannot make the GK tryouts time please contact: Gary Seville, gary.seville@rapidsyouthsoccer.org

May 28:

  • 2009 & 2007 Boys & Girls: 4:15-5:30pm
  • 2008 & 2006 Boys & Girls: 5:45-7:00pm 
  • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005 Girls: 6:45-8:15pm 

May 29:

  • 2009 Boys & Girls: 4:15-5:30pm
  • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005 Boys: 6:15-7:45pm 

May 30:

  • Makeup/extra tryout day (if needed)

WHERE: *UPDATED* Wild Wing Park [originally Twin Silo Park, Fort Collins – moved due to influx in registrants]

WHO: Current & New players interested in playing on a 2019/2020 Rapids FC Competitive Team.

HOW: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

After clicking the link above, select one of the following under the “3.1 – Competitive League” Section:

  • Boys and Girls born between 2009 and 2006 will register under option “(3.1a) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2009-2006) ALL”
  • Girls born between 2005 and 2001 will register under option “(3.1b) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2005-2001) HS GIRLS”
  • Boys born between 2005 and 2001 will register under option “(3.1c) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2005-2001) HS BOYS”
Contacts

Craig Deacon
15U-19U Boys & Girls Director of Coaching
craig.deacon@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 253

Nathan Fleming
11U-14U Boys & Girls Director of Coaching
nathan.fleming@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 254

Philip Cooper
11U-14U Boys & Girls Assistant Director of Coaching
phillip.cooper@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 251

Gary Seville
Director of Goalkeeping
gary.seville@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 256

Michelle Novak
Director of Administration
michelle.novak@rapidsyouthsoccer.org
303.399.5858 ext. 151

Rapids Fort Collins...

2019/2020 Competitive Tryout Information

WHEN: May 28, 29 and 30, 2019. Please arrive at Wild Wing Park 30 minutes prior to the posted tryout time in order to check in. *NOTE* all tryout times are subject to change!

  • Goalkeeper tryouts are during the first 30 minutes of each age groups tryout time each day. If you cannot make the GK tryouts time please contact: Gary Seville, gary.seville@rapidsyouthsoccer.org

May 28:

  • 2009 & 2007 Boys & Girls: 4:15-5:30pm
  • 2008 & 2006 Boys & Girls: 5:45-7:00pm
  • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005 Girls: 6:45-8:15pm

May 29:

  • 2009 Boys & Girls: 4:15-5:30pm
  • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, & 2005 Boys: 6:15-7:45pm

May 30:

  • Makeup/extra tryout day (if needed)

WHERE: *UPDATED* Wild Wing Park [originally Twin Silo Park, Fort Collins – moved due to influx in registrants]

WHO: Current & New players interested in playing on a 2019/2020 Rapids FC Competitive Team.

HOW: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

After clicking the link above, select one of the following under the “3.1 – Competitive League” Section:

  • Boys and Girls born between 2009 and 2006 will register under option “(3.1a) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2009-2006) ALL”
  • Girls born between 2005 and 2001 will register under option “(3.1b) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2005-2001) HS GIRLS”
  • Boys born between 2005 and 2001 will register under option “(3.1c) 2019/2020 COMP “INTENT TO PLAY” TRYOUTS (2005-2001) HS BOYS”
  • Deadline for Returning Rapids FC Players to register their “Intent to Play” = May 20th, 2019

***New to Rapids FC?*** We will have Open Training Sessions throughout the month of May for you to check us out! For more details, please contact Michelle Novak at 303.399.5858 ext. 151, or michelle.novak@rapidsyouthsoccer.org

White teams are competitive teams that typically compete in mid-level CSA competitive leagues.

Similar to our top teams, these teams practice two-three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games and demand substantial time commitments from players. They typically play in 2-3 in-state tournaments and/or local college showcases per year depending on the age-group. 

White Teams

$1,227/$896 11U-15U | 16U-19U
  • Aug – Nov | Feb – May

  • Train 2-3/Week In Fort Collins area

  • Three Local Tournaments a Year

  • Some In-State Travel for Leagues

  • Compete in State B League

Burgundy teams represent the second-most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

These teams are expected to train 9 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Burgundy teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

Burgundy teams will play in 3-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for high school age groups during the season.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

Burgundy Teams

$1,440 | $896 11U-15U | 16U-19U
  • July – Nov | Feb – May

  • Train 2-3/Week In Fort Collins area

  • Three-Four Local a Year

  • Compete in State A or B Division

Select teams represent the most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

These teams are expected to train 9 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Select teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

Select teams will play in 3-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for all Select teams.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

Select Teams

$1560 | $972 11U-15U | 16U-19U
  • July – Nov | Feb – May

  • Train 2-3/Week In Fort Collins area

  • Three-Four Local & Out of State Tournaments a Year

  • In- and Out-of-State Travel for Leagues and Tournaments

  • Compete in State A or B League

White

White teams are competitive teams that typically compete in mid-level CSA competitive leagues.

Similar to our top teams, these teams practice two-three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games and demand substantial time commitments from players. They typically play in 2-3 in-state tournaments and/or local college showcases per year depending on the age-group. 

White Teams

$1,227/$896 11U-15U | 16U-19U
  • Aug – Nov | Feb – May

  • Train 2-3/Week In Fort Collins area

  • Three Local Tournaments a Year

  • Some In-State Travel for Leagues

  • Compete in State B League

Burgundy

Burgundy teams represent the second-most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

These teams are expected to train 9 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Burgundy teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

Burgundy teams will play in 3-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for high school age groups during the season.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

Burgundy Teams

$1,440 | $896 11U-15U | 16U-19U
  • July – Nov | Feb – May

  • Train 2-3/Week In Fort Collins area

  • Three-Four Local a Year

  • Compete in State A or B Division

Select

Select teams represent the most competitive teams in a given age group, and therefore these players and parents are required to demonstrate a higher commitment to training.

These teams are expected to train 9 months out of the year, three days per week during the season, in addition to weekend games.  It is typical for Select teams to play in the highest leagues within the Colorado Soccer Association.

Select teams will play in 3-4 tournaments and/or college showcases per year depending on the age-group.  Out-of-state travel should be expected for all Select teams.  As such, elite level players must have a substantial commitment to the sport of soccer for training and games.

Select Teams

$1560 | $972 11U-15U | 16U-19U
  • July – Nov | Feb – May

  • Train 2-3/Week In Fort Collins area

  • Three-Four Local & Out of State Tournaments a Year

  • In- and Out-of-State Travel for Leagues and Tournaments

  • Compete in State A or B League

Registration Deadline is Coming

REGISTER NOW

Understanding Rapids Fees

We want all Rapids Youth Soccer members to know exactly how their fees are being used. It is important to understand how much work goes in to creating a great experience for all our players.

Rapids Youth Soccer pays the best rates to our coaches in the entire state. We do this to recruit and retain some of the nation’s best coaches for our players.

Rapids Youth Soccer hires some of the nation’s top coaches for our competitive program and through our commitment to quality, consistency, and excellence, Rapids Youth Soccer provides a compensation to our competitive coaches that exceeds all other clubs in Colorado. And it is our dedication to our players that the experience and education they receive is beyond what they would receive elsewhere.

Transparency is an important piece to building a community nonprofit organization. It is important for our members to understand where the fees they pay go to.

  • Coaches
  • Fees to Colorado Soccer Association
  • Field Costs
  • Ongoing Operations (Insurance, Non-Coaching Salaries, Operations)
  • Administration Expenses
  • Equipment
  • Scholarships
  • Soccer Operations (Field Maintenance, Lining, Refereeing)
  • Ancillary Expenses (Fees, Taxes)
  • Savings

Rapids Youth Soccer =

Uniforms

Exact purchasing information will be provided soon.

It is important to note that uniforms are NOT included in registration costs.

The Rapids Youth Soccer kit includes two MLS match jerseys, two MLS match shorts, two pairs of socks, training t-shirt, training shorts, training socks, training jacket, training pants and a backpack.

*Updated uniform picture coming soon.

Uniform FAQs

Exact purchasing information will be provided soon.

The order deadline for competitive kits is June 25th, 2018. Kits must be ordered and paid for by the deadline to ensure delivery for the start of the season.

Registration Deadline is Coming

REGISTER NOW

Team managers are a very important piece to the success of any youth soccer team. In order to take some of the responsibilities off of the coach’s plate, teams are requested to have a team manager volunteer to organize the team for the season.

Team Manager Responsibilities

  • Working with the coach to communicate with the team about sessions and games.
  • Setting up a snack rotation for the season.
  • Setting up pictures with the club’s photographer on picture day.
  • Setting up an end-of-season party for the team.

Club Support for Team Managers

  • One-on-one support if you have any questions or concerns.
  • Educational opportunities at meetings and in person about next steps for the team.
  • An administrative staff to provide any support you need.
Team Manager

Team managers are a very important piece to the success of any youth soccer team. In order to take some of the responsibilities off of the coach’s plate, teams are requested to have a team manager volunteer to organize the team for the season.

Team Manager Responsibilities

  • Working with the coach to communicate with the team about sessions and games.
  • Setting up a snack rotation for the season.
  • Setting up pictures with the club’s photographer on picture day.
  • Setting up an end-of-season party for the team.

Club Support for Team Managers

  • One-on-one support if you have any questions or concerns.
  • Educational opportunities at meetings and in person about next steps for the team.
  • An administrative staff to provide any support you need.

Understanding Your Child’s Year-Long Evaluation

The Competitive program provides an opportunity for players who want to learn and develop in an environment that challenges and educates them in the game of soccer. Rapids Youth Soccer is committed to supporting and developing those players that are committed to developing themselves.

Rapids Youth Soccer is committed to a year-long evaluation process of our homegrown players. This year-long evaluation and feedback process provides our players with a complete overview of their progress during their time with Rapids Youth Soccer.

Below is an overview of exactly what is done during the year to provide our players with the most comprehensive evaluation and feedback process.

Player Centered Success Model

The Player Centered Success model puts the best interests of the player first. This is done by understanding each and every players definition of success and helping them achieve it. Every player at every level of their soccer career has different levels of success.

Rapids Youth

Provides operations and oversight for kids to have a great soccer experience.

Rapids Pro

Provides curriculum and educational resources for players.

Parents

Work in conjunction with Rapids Youth to support kids’ desires.

Coaches

Educate, inspire, and help all children excel at the level they desire.

Referees

Keep the game safe and fun for kids at all levels.
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Goalkeeper Training

Rapids goalkeeper staff work with players to enhance all levels of play during this eight-week program available to Select players free of charge and all other players for a small charge.

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Summer Camps

Summer camps are a great way to keep players busy and active during the summer months. Find out more what Rapids Youth Soccer offers for beginner to advanced players.

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Winter Training

Winter can be a great time to keep your soccer skills sharp. Check out all the programs Rapids Youth Soccer offers to our players to help them stay active over the long winter months.

Rapids Youth Soccer is on a two-year cycle for uniform with adidas. Players should change uniforms approximately every two years, which usually falls in line growth of players.

Your registration covers coaching fees, tournament fees, and administrative fees for the season. You are responsible for tournament travel.

During the regular CSA season, teams generally compete against other clubs across the Front Range. Some teams may travel as far north as Cheyenne, as far south as Pueblo or as far west as Grand Junction. Not all ages and levels will compete against clubs in these areas and these trips generally happen once per season.

Tournament travel varies based on the age and competitive level of the team. Select and Burgundy teams travel out of state for at least one and up to four tournaments and/or college showcases. White and Blue teams only participate in tournaments that take place in Colorado.

Select, Burgundy, and White teams train two to three times per week. 

All competitive team coaches are USSF Licensed and participate in intensive in-house coach education throughout the season.