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Arkansas Rush Soccer Club

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Basic Information

  • Open to dedicated and committed U11 to U19 girls and boys
  • 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
  • Team Training 2-3 times per week plus additional opportunities
  • All teams coached by professionally licensed coaches (not trainers or parents)
  • Player Placement begins with tryouts held each Summer beginning the end of May through early June.  Players who miss tryouts can contact the club and may schedule a tryout any time after teams are established.
  • Scholarships available

 

Overview

The Lakewood Rush 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.

The Rush approach to competitive soccer is to teach skilful, possession oriented attacking soccer. Players are developed through a proven curriculum renowned for developing excellence, and as players progress, they are can constantly be put into new situations to improve their development if that is what the player desires. For our top players their goals include playing on the “Rush Select" team, ODP state teams, regional teams, national teams, college teams and professional teams. For our club, we want to push our players to "the next level". This "next level" may be different for each player. 

Competitive coaches are assigned to a maximum of three competitive teams to ensure each coach can dedicate the necessary amount of time to the player and team as a whole. The term “trainer” does not exist in our organization nor do we allow unqualified parents to make technical soccer related decisions. Parents provide administrative support only. 

The Head Coach is responsible for the complete cycle of player development: Plan, Perform and Evaluate.  The Head Coach is also supported by a Director of Coaching who is familiar with every team in their area, ensuring every player’s development is being planned and evaluated by at least two professional coaches in unification with The Rush Way.


Contact Us

Arkansas Rush Soccer Club

 1821 North Cleveland Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207

Email Us: [email protected]
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