Local Colorado Soccer
Colorado Rush announces major programming expansion with addition of Flatirons Rush SC
Long-time West Denver soccer club adding Superior, Broomfield, Arvada, Westminster, Boulder, and Golden communities into its ranks.
Colorado soccer clubs pitch in to support their local communities
Everyone is trying to do their part to support each other during the COVID-19 outbreak.
FC Denver adds women’s team to club
This is a huge step for developing competitive women’s soccer in the Denver metro area.
FC Denver hosts Harpos FC in the 2019 US Open Cup Qualifier
Instate soccer rivals matched for a Round Two 2019 US Open Cup qualifier.
FC Denver launches competitive U19 squad
Player identification sessions will be held on July 11 & 12.
USOC Round 1: FC Denver 4, Azteca FC 2
A Cesar Castillo hat-trick sends FC Denver to the next round.
There’s a Blizzard coming to Colorado
And we aren’t talking about the weather. Local indoor club Colorado Blizzard joins the Major Arena Soccer League.
A eulogy for Flakoglost
It was the best drunken rambling wreck of a pro/rel podcast there ever was.
FC Denver qualifies for 2018 US Open Cup
FCD will be one of two local representatives to the nation’s oldest soccer competition after defeating Indios in a fierce game Saturday. In other action, Azteca downed Harpos to also claim a spot in USOC 2018.
FC Denver eyes a spot in the US Open Cup
Local amateur sides FC Denver, Indios, Azteca, and Harpos FC will vie for two spots in 2018 edition of the Lamar Hunt US Open Cup this Saturday.
Harpo’s FC advances on PKs in the US Open Cup first round
In the first weekend of USOC 2018 action, seven local teams advance.
The USWNT is powered by Colorado
Local products Lindsey Horan and Mallory Pugh return to DSGP in the first of two friendlies against New Zealand.
DU Mens Soccer is the football Colorado deserves
Seeing the Pioneers in action is a soccer experience you don’t want to miss.
What did Harpos FC do on their summer vacation? Win tournaments.
Colorado’s most successful soccer team is primed for the fall after a dominant summer.
What the hell is going on with the Colorado Premier League?
Opening weekend went swimmingly for the majority of teams in the CPL. Then, there’s the Colorado Rush, who have been outscored 34-0 in just two games. What the hell?
Former Rapids Manager Gary Smith joins staff of Colorado Rush
The Rapids head coach from 2008-2011 will become the Academy Director for the local team.
DU men’s soccer 2016 — A season to remember
In 2016, the DU Men’s Soccer team reached the College Cup for the first time in school history.
UPSL expands to Colorado, vows to bring pro/rel to American soccer
Teams in Boulder, Denver, and Colorado Springs make the leap to a league with 40 different teams throughout the west.
Futility watch: @ColoradoRapids— cinhosa (@cinhosa) July 15, 2018
* On pace for 29 points - worst ever in franchise history
* 21st in GS
* 19th in GD
* 14th in GA #RapidsWay #AttractiveSoccer #AttackingSoccer #Rapids96#HudsonOut #SmithOut pic.twitter.com/8b7LAWhGks
Seems to be a little discrepancy in salaries...Howard drives a Range Rover, Badji a golf cart. #rapids96 #FreeAigner pic.twitter.com/klxXM2wWjS— Galen Quinn (@GalenQuinn) May 28, 2018
This is my new friend Thomas. He is 17 and a fighter. He was originally diagnosed with a tic disorder as an infant, and was officially diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome when he was 7. Thomas is an inspiration to me, and I am lucky to have a fan like him. #HowardsHeroes pic.twitter.com/C3VAuOsLdq— Tim Howard (@TimHowardGK) May 14, 2018