INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

 

Practice field assignments and Game schedules will be ready in March.
First Recreational game of the Spring 2017 March 18th, 2017
 
 
First Competitive games start on March 11th and March 12th, 2017
(double header week-end)
Competitive league game schedules will be posted toward the end of February.
 

ON-LINE REGISTRATION:  Returning players and new players can register On-Line (through the Internet) by going to the "On-Line registration" link on the Home page.

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR RETURNING PLAYERS TO REGISTER EARLY IN ORDER TO INSURE A SPOT ON THE SAME TEAM.

 QUESTIONS OR PROBLEMS?  CALL THE RMSA OFFICE AT (303) 617-5858.  We have office staff ready to help you from 10:00am until 6:00pm Monday through Friday, and 10:00am until 4:00pm on Saturdays.  Offices are closed on Sundays.  You can always leave a message and it will be returned within 48hrs.

 


GAMES TO BE HELD AT AURORA SPORTS PARK - All RMSA games for the U-04, U-05, U-06, U-07 and U-8 are normally held at the Aurora Sports Park.  Older teams will have half of their games at ASP (Home Games) and half at opponents fields (Away Games). ASP fields offer several advantages: The fields are the best in the State and we will have most RMSA games in one complex!  This makes it easier for many parents with several children because there will less travel required.  In addition, having fields in one facility makes it a great deal easier for coaches that coach multiple teams.

 


 COACHING CERTIFICATION:  ALL RMSA COACHES MUST BE CERTIFIED IN ORDER TO COACH.   AS A PARENT,  YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO ASK YOUR COACH IF SHE OR HE IS CERTIFIED.  LACK OF CERTIFICATION MEANS THAT THE COACH HAS NOT RECEIVED THE PROPER INSTRUCTION IN ORDER TO TEACH THE RMSA CURRICULUM.

 

WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?  THE RMSA HAS A SPECIAL CURRICUULUM FOR TRAINING PLAYERS ACCORDING TO THEIR AGE.  WE ALSO TEACH A "BRAZILIAN" STYLE OF SOCCER WHICH TAKES TIME TO LEARN. THE RMSA COACHING CONCEPTS ARE UNIQUE AND OUR CLUB HAS SPENT THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS AND COUNTLESS HOURS OF DEVELOPING A STRONG AND FUN PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES.  THEREFORE, COACHES MUST BE VERY FAMILIAR WITH THE PHILOSOPHY AND COACHING TECH NIQUES IN ORDER TO BE A SUCCESSFUL COACH UNDER THE RMSA PROGRAM.

 


FREE SOCCER SKILLS CLINICS ARE BEING OFFERED BY RMSA STAFF COACHES EVERY FRIDAY AT THE MRACHEK MS FIELDS LOCATED NORTH OF RANGEVIEW HS.  THESE CLINICS ARE EXCELLENT, AND OUR EXPERIENCE IS THAT THOSE WHO ATTEND THE CLINICS ON A REGULAR BASIS IMPROVE THEIR SKILLS DRAMATICALLY.

 


BEGINNING GOALKEEPER CLINICS:

THERE ARE GOALKEEPER CLINICS OFFERED FOR PLAYERS INTERESTED IN BEING A GOALIE.  CLINICS ARE HELD ON MONDAYS FOR BEGINNING TO INTERMEDIATE GOALKEEPERS.  THE CLINICS ARE HELD AT THE RANGEVIEW HIGH SCHOOL LOWER SOCCER FIELD NEXT TO ILIFF AVE.

 

ADVANCED GOALKEEPING CLINICS ARE CONDUCTED EVERY FRIDAY FROM 5:30PM - 8:30PM at RANGEVIEW H.S. LOWER SOCCER FIELD (corner of Iliff and Salida Way).  THESE CLINICS ARE BEING OFFERED DURING THE SOCCER SEASON AT NO CHARGE FOR RMSA MEMBERS.

 


EQUAL TIME PLAY RULE FOR RECREATIONAL PLAYERSView Rule


COMPETITIVE SOCCER PROGRAM - The Rocky Mountain Soccer Academy has a great competitive soccer program.  It offers advanced soccer training for players who want to achieve a higher level in the sport of soccer.  This program prepares the player for high school soccer and beyond.    Players must be at least U-11 to enter this program.  Check out our tryout announcements posted in April-May of every year.

 


FUNDRAISING FOR PARENTS - There are several programs available for parents and players to do fundraising in order to pay for soccer related expenses.  Ask your team manager about team fundraising.  Also, you can contact Helene Johnson for fundraising related questions at: fundraising@rmsasoccer.org