Welcome David Garcia to Rapids Youth Soccer

Rapids Youth Soccer is excited to introduce the newest member of our Staff, David Garcia. David grew up in Rochester New York attending Utica College to study business administration and play college soccer. In 2013, David moved to Spain to pursue his UEFA ‘A’ and ‘B’ coaching licenses. During his time there, Coach Garcia learned invaluable lessons that he is now bringing to the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club.


Rapids Fall Friendlies Recap

The Colorado Storm and Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club announced this summer that they would be joining forces to provide a more comprehensive club that can further advance the goals and overall experiences of our players. With this announcement coming just after the conclusion of the spring season, the Colorado soccer community was curious to see how this would unfold. This spark developed into what would become the Rapids Fall Friendlies.


Rapids “Let Us Play” Pledge

The sidelines of every youth soccer game are lined with parents and spectators wanting their team to succeed. Fans communicate in many ways, from chanting and cheering to clapping. Too often this enthusiastic exuberance can come with shouting instructions and trying to coach from the stands (joysticking the players). As a club, we are committed to a positive player experience of learning and individual growth of our team members.


CRYSC & World Cup 2018: What 2 Watch 4

The World Cup took center stage this month as 32 teams squared off for world soccer supremacy. With the summer league break for Colorado youth soccer, many are taking this time to watch the world’s best compete. Many pundits and commentators will weigh in on what they think is causing teams to succeed or fail but what are they watching to decide if a player did well or played poorly? With every game having a minimum of 22 players on the field and only a few scoring goals, how do you know what to watch? Join us as we outline soccer watching tips and tricks for parents, players, and coaches.