Idaho Rush Soccer Club in Boise – Idaho’s Best Youth Soccer Program

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Club Details

Boise, Idaho

Club Description

Idaho Rush Soccer Club in Boise is a soccer organization that offers a variety of programs for players of different ages, abilities, and interests. Whether you are a 4-year-old beginner or a 16-year-old aspiring professional, you can find a place to play and grow at Idaho Rush Soccer. The club’s mission is to develop the whole player on and off the field.

The club has a complete development pyramid that allows players to move through different levels of soccer as they progress. The club’s programs include Mighty Mites, Recreation, Select, Competitive, Developmental High School, Summer Camps, and Futsal. Each program has its own goals, curriculum, and coaching staff. The club also has a College Advisory Program that helps players prepare for and navigate the college selection process.

One of the unique features of Idaho Rush Soccer is its affiliation with Rush Soccer, the largest youth soccer organization in the world. This affiliation gives Idaho Rush players access to opportunities beyond Idaho, such as playing as guest players with other Rush teams, participating in nationwide Rush events, and learning from national and international coaches and professionals6. Rush Soccer also provides a framework and a philosophy that guides Idaho Rush’s player development.

Idaho Rush Soccer is not only about soccer, but also about community service and social responsibility. The club expects its players to get involved in various community service projects, such as Rake UP Boise, TOP Soccer, One World Soccer, and the Blue Toe fundraiser7. The club also supports the Rush Core Values, which are accountability, advice, empathy, enjoyment, humility, leadership, passion, respect, safety, and tenacity.

Idaho Rush Soccer is a 501©3 not-for-profit organization that operates under the name of Capitol Youth Sports Association. The club has a professional, full-time staff that handles the administrative and coaching aspects of the club8. The club also employs more than 30 paid coaches that work with the competitive teams9. The club’s main game site is the Simplot Sports Complex, but it also uses other fields in the area. The club is always looking for new coaches and volunteers to join its team.