Jack Price and the Colorado Rapids are feeling confident about the playoffs this year — and rightfully so
"The whole squad, 25-plus players, we all believe we can win something this year."
The young midfielder wants to play for Robin Fraser and win silverware with his teammates
The Rapids centerback trusts the process going into his 4th year with the club
Nicolas Benezet calls 2020 the worst season he’d ever seen and looks forward to 2021 with the Rapids
"I have to score, I have to get more assists."
How Yarbrough went from Pee Wee baseball to the top of LIGA MX to an out-of-the-blue text message that brought him to Colorado.
"His leadership behind the group comes quite naturally," said Head Coach Robin Fraser.
A resilient Kei Kamara has not missed a step standing up for his fellow man, both in Africa, Europe, and North America. During the past month, he has doubled down his efforts to speak up and engage his audience.
Rapids midfielder Cole Bassett trying to stay in shape to compete for a starting spot once MLS resumes
"I’ve just got to stay mentally and physically fit so that when we come back I can try to earn that spot from the start."
"We have a young team, but a good young team."
"It was just something I fell in love with from the first day I could kick the ball."
Looking forward to 2020 with former defender Jared Watts: “I would be shocked if the Rapids don’t finish top 4 in the West”
With a handful of new signings and several young players, 2020 is shaping up to be a spectacular year for the boys in burgundy.
"You have to work on yourself so that you’re ready every day to show up and be the best regardless of who’s the coach or anything else."
From the youngest of fans to the parents and family members, meeting your hero in person can be a daunting experience.
Howard’s Heroes program is the latest byproduct of the goalkeeper’s mission to educate the public on Tourette syndrome.
"We were stone-cold bottom of the table and now we’re not far off playoffs – it’s crazy."
One thing he has already become accustomed to is preparing and fielding a team while missing key players.
As the Colorado Rapids have begun to find success as a group, the rookie sensation has followed suit as well.
As Head Coach Conor Casey said earlier this week, "winning changes a lot."
The Colorado Rapids are feeling good about the culture built in 2018 as we head into the 2019 season.