Rapids Youth Soccer partners with Soccer.com for all uniform needs. Competitive players will receive an email from Soccer.com with a link to order the uniform at the beginning of each season. Our competitive uniforms operate on a two-year cycle.
It is important to note that uniforms are NOT included in registration costs.
The Rapids Youth Soccer kit includes two match jerseys, two match shorts, two pairs of socks, training shirt, training shorts, training socks, training jacket, training pants and a backpack.
For instructions on how to order uniforms, please visit the CRYSC uniform page.
Updated Uniform FAQs – COMING SOON
You will receive an email from Soccer.com with a link to order the uniform.
You can also access the page by following the steps below:
- Go to Soccer.com and click on “Find Your Team Store” at the top right.
- Once there, search for Colorado Rapids Youth and click on the store.
- On the top of the store the player/parent can either search for their team name on the drop down list, or search for their player name on the right in the “search by player” section.
- Once you find the player’s name, you can place your order
The order deadline for competitive kits is July 15, 2019. Kits must be ordered and paid for by the deadline to ensure delivery for the start of the season.
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 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.
During the regular CSA season, teams generally compete against other clubs across the Front Range. Some teams may travel as far north Fort Collins, 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 usually only participate in tournaments that take place in Colorado.
Select, Burgundy, and White teams train three times per week. Blue level teams train twice per week.
All competitive team coaches are USSF Licensed and participate in intensive in-house coach education throughout the season.