Rush Wisconsin's competitive program offers a more challenging and competitive playing environment than is typically provided by local recreational leagues. The primary goal for our competitive team program is to help each player reach his or her maximum potential with regards to soccer, as well as to give our players the best possible resources to develop successful teams.
Competitive teams are formed in the summer of each year through open tryouts and evaluations. Players are accepted to their team for a one - year (12-month) commitment beginning July 1 to June 30th the following year. Competitive teams practice 2-3 times per week during the fall and spring seasons as well as train weekly during the winter.
The Competitive program requires travel to local, regional and/or out-of-state tournaments. Individual teams compete at various levels depending upon the competitive needs of the players involved.
If you have any questions about the Competitive Program or would like additional information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SATC is a long - term approach to individual player development and advancement in the game of soccer. The SATC is designed to impact player development in an innovative and dynamic way. The program will feature Senior Rush coaching staff who will work alongside regional and nationally recognized coaches.
All coaches will use the Academy curriculum, proficiency and benchmarks document as their primary guide in designing and executing training sessions. Players are evaluated, using our curriculum as a litmus, to determine where they are on the developmental continuum at their specific age. The program is designed to help the player advance further along the continuum to reach a higher level of proficiency in the game.