Colorado Rush AGM - Dec 6th at 6p - Virtual Meeting

Recreational U9-U10 League

Fall 2022 League

The U9-U10 Programs continue to build upon the Rush Way developmental pathway, that begins in Rush Beginnings and the U4-U8 program. Programming for these age groups covers a broad spectrum of players, from the beginner to the pre-competitive leagues. U9-U10 Rush teams are placed in the Colorado Soccer Association Front Range League.

  • Teams play 7 versus 7; 6 field players and a goalkeeper
  • Teams typically consist of 9-11 players
  • Practice is held 2 times/week (schedule TBD)
  • All games are played on Saturday in the CSA Front Range League (8 total games, 4 home and 4 away)
  • Away games consist of traveling to opponent’s fields (Lakewood, Littleton, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Denver, etc.)


Volunteer Coaching

The Recreational program is a beginner program for players wishing to continue the pathway from the U4-U10 Recreational program. These teams are coached by parent volunteers. Volunteer coaches will follow the Rush Curriculum provided by Rush Staff for the training sessions throughout the season. Training is held twice a week for 60 minutes at a convenient local location. School of Excellence is an additional training option for players in this age group that are trying to improve their technical ability and confidence on the ball.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer coach, please contact Anita O’Connor at


Fall 2022 Recreational Program – In-House League

***All days, times, and locations are subject to change.***

Information will continue to be updated in the coming weeks.


JCL & Front Range Leagues – Season Overview


  • Training days and times: To be set by the coach and will be communicated to teams at least 2 weeks prior to the start of training.

The first game of the season begins on August 27h

***All days, times, and locations are subject to change.***


Coach Communication

Your child’s coach should be in touch with you two weeks before the start of the season. If you have not had any communication from your child’s coach by this time please send an email to You are also free to reach out to your coach directly starting on August 12th. Remember, all teams at this age are run by parent volunteer coaches. If you are interested in coaching or volunteering please don’t hesitate to contact the Program Director: Anita O’Connor at



If you have questions about the program please send them to and we will respond within 24/48 hours.

Volunteer Roles


Every team is required to provide a volunteer coach to coach the team for the season. This person is almost always a parent of a player on the team. The coach will be provided with a Rush Curriculum and a Coach’s Equipment Kit.

  • Communicate efficiently with the team.
  • Determine the team’s practice schedule.
  • Lead the team in training sessions and on game days (2 times/week and games on Saturdays).
  • Responsible for finding a substitute if absent for any training sessions or games.
  • Attend pre-season meeting.


Team Manager

This role is very important to help our teams have a successful season! We ask that each team provide a team manager for the season to help with communication and organization.

  • Work with the coach to help communicate with the team regarding the team’s schedule.
  • Setup game day snack rotation.
  • Setup pictures with the club photographer.
  • Setup the end-of-season party.


Interested in becoming a coach or team manager?

Contact Anita O’Connor at (720) 499-1008 or

The Rush Way

The Rush Way is the embodiment of all that is Rush Soccer. This not only entails what we do and how we do it, but the culture and standard that defines who we are as a soccer club; the rules and manner in which Rush members hold themselves and how they expect other Rush members to conduct themselves. The Rush Way encourages passion, leadership, respect, and above all, quality. This standard is evident in how the administrative organization is handled, the way our coaches instruct their players, and how our players and parents conduct themselves on and off the field. The Rush Way provides a system that supports the most efficient development of our players from the time they join the club to the time they graduate.

The Rush Core Values are an integral aspect of our club. They provide the foundation for our culture. Players, coaches, and staff are asked to learn and live the Rush Core Values to help them become better players and better people. They consist of: accountability, advice, empathy, enjoyment, humility, leadership, passion, respect, safety, tenacity and unity. These 11 values form our character on and off the field.

The Rush Way to Play is based upon movement and activity by both the player and the ball. Possession-oriented does not fully describe how we play; attack-oriented does. Whether in possession or in defense, we are attacking. Rush players play with freedom yet understand the importance of responsibility and the balance between the two. Rush teams are flexible and adapt to varying circumstances. The Rush Way to Play represents both passion and purpose.

Our club mantra is: “Where the trails of passion and purpose meet, begins the path to victory.”


9665 Roxborough Park road
Littleton, CO 80125

Phone: (720) 624-9000

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Monday - Thursday: 9:00a - 4:00p

Friday: 10:00a - 2:00p

Saturday & Sunday: Closed