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Pikes Peak Rush Soccer Club


Rush Pikes Peak Competitive Programs:


The Rush Pikes Peak Competitive program is for the player dedicated and committed to reaching the height of their potential. Commitment to regular training and games is a prerequisite, and accountability for things such as performance, attendance, sportsmanship, punctuality, and apparel are just a few of the life lessons incorporated into the development of a Rush player. Rush expects the highest standards from players in every controllable aspect both on and off the field.


  • Open to dedicated and committed U11 to U19 girls and boys
  • Possibility to have multiple teams in each age group with multiple league levels of play for players of all abilities
  • Players placed on teams by ability and commitment
  • Time Commitment: Fall season including preseason activities and post season events (August-November) and Spring season (March-May)
  • Team Training 2 times per week plus additional training opportunities.
  • All teams coached by professionally licensed coaches and potentially trainers (not a parents)
  • Player Placement and try outs are held each year:  May  and November. (Players can join a  a team training anytime, but can ony join a team during open transfer windows ( December and May/June)
  • Financial aid is available for those that are qualified.

  • Competitive Programs
  • Servicing players from U9-U18/19 in competitive level programs.


    • Rush Advance Player Program ( RAPPIt is program offered at additional cost to certain players identified within the club to pursuit extra training in a more challenging and demanding environment with some emphasize on tactical and mental aspect of the game as well as occasional physical training.
    • Skills School : It is a program that offer individual skills development at additional cost to the players that are eager to keep "sharpening the saw " by  improving their footwork and technical aspect of the game.
    • Tryouts / Player Placement Dates, times and location for  Rush Pikes Peak tryouts.
    • College Advisory Program ( CAP) Helping players get to navigate through the college recruiting processProgram Details
    • Juggling Club : One of the clubs oldest programs. We encourage players to increase their juggling number and get t-shirt for show their accomplishment! What is your record?
    • Functional / Position Specific Training : We have a goalkeeping training and Striker training in addition helping players mastering their main position.
    • Tutor Program : Allows players to train with other Rush Pikes Peak teams.
    • Friday Night Finishing is designed for players that would like to get 80-100 shots on goal on a Friday night during their competitive season.
    • Uniforms : We change uniforms every two years, and all players from U11 to U17 age are required to change uniforms. Exception is given to U18 players that will go to college to keep the previous year's equipment. Contact your coach or Team Manager, then we will setup you to receive an email which will take you to the website to order your uniforms. Please do this on your computer. ( Mobile devices such as phone or tablet don't work right now.)
    • Player Loaning Program is a Rush Soccer inter-club player exchange opportunity that allows players from all Rush Soccer Branch Chapters to experience playing with other teams and Rush clubs from across the country.
    • Rush Select IX : Rush Soccer forms select teams  that are comprised of the top Rush players across the United States at the U13-U18 age groups. U13 to U15 players go to ID Camp for identification, while U16 to U18 players are recommended by each coach to the Club's Director or Technical Director to be nominated in the Rush Select Players Pools.
    • Rush Referral Program Refer a friend to Rush Soccer and get some gift contact the club director for this program


Colorado Springs, Colorado  

Phone: 719-428-1350
Email: [email protected]