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U9-U10 Intermediate Academy (8-9 year olds)

The Intermediate Academy is a program for U9 and U10 players to prepare for the competitive soccer transition. This program is part of the club's pathway for players looking to advance in their development. The Intermediate players develop under the supervision of a paid, experienced and professional coaching staff, and experience a taste of the competitive nature that comes along with competitive soccer. Training is held three days a week- one day of staff training, one day of team training, and School of Excellence (included in the registration fee). Teams will play in at least one tournament during each season and are provided many opportunities for player development and growth. These teams will play against other clubs. Teams will play half of the season at the home fields and half of the season away. Most games are played in the Metro area, but away games could be as far as Ft. Collins or the Colorado Springs area. Team rosters are subject to change throughout the duration of the season, and players will experience higher level and more advanced coaching within the program. Player placement for this program is determined through a combination of player evaluation throughout the season by Rush Staff Coaches, as well as the Intermediate Kick-arounds held prior to each season.

  • Teams play 7 versus 7, including a goalkeeper

  • Teams consist of 9-12 players

  • Practice is held 3 times/week

  • All Saturday games are played in the CSA Front Range League

  • Teams play 10 games throughout the 10-11 week season


U9-U10 Program Guide




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 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 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 player and 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”

Program Contact

Mackenzie Morris
Intermediate Academy Director


Intermediate Academy
$500 / $900

per season / full year 
(Fall 2017-Spring 2018)


Dec 1st- Registration Open

February 24-25 - Rush Friendlies

March 17 - Kick Off Weekend

March 24 -No games

March 31 - Game 2

April 7 - Game 3

April 14 - Game 4

April 21 - Game 5

April 28 - Game 6

May 5 - Game 7

May 12 - Game 8

May 19 - Make up day/Game 8


All Rush Kit pieces must be purchased separately through 



In June of 2010, the R.E.A.C.H. program implemented its first coordinated and comprehensive used uniform collection program in an effort to greatly scale-up the number of uniforms distributed around the world. The Rush registers over 37,000 soccer players of which approximately 12,000 are in the “travel” program.  That equates to roughly 6,000 competitive girl soccer players and 6,000 competitive boy soccer players.  Because of our partnership with adidas and, “travel” soccer players are required to purchase new kits (two jerseys, two shorts, and two socks) every two years.  

When the uniform is ordered and distributed to the players, the player has the option to bring in his/her used uniform kit for a $20.00 credit.  We will collect approximately 4,500 used uniform kits. Over ten years, that table represents 45,000 uniforms distributed throughout the world!  

The impact both from a humanitarian side and marketing side is staggering.  This does not include additional pieces of soccer equipment such as balls, shin guards, warm up jackets and pants, etc. estimated at 300,000 pieces.  If handled properly, the 45,000 target could easily be tripled for a total of 135,000 uniforms distributed to children.


Colorado Rush Soccer Club
9665 N. Roxborough Park Road 
Littleton, Colorado 80125

Phone : 720-624-9000


Tuesday - Thursday 

10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Rush National sponsor

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