Soccer Clubs In New York State
New York Rush's regional clubs offer children more playing time and less traveling time. Families who join a New York Rush soccer club can choose from our locations in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Westchester, plus our Select Club.
ALBANY RUSH: Our youth soccer program in Albany is ready for the 2023/2024 season, with tryouts scheduled throughout the year at Afrim's Latham Dome at 4 Jacqueline Avenue, Latham, tryouts are free for boys and girls born between 2005 and 2017.
SYRACUSE RUSH: Our youth soccer program in Syracuse is ready for the 2023–2024 season, with tryouts throughout the year at our indoor facility.
Tryouts take place at OLR (Old Liverpool Road Training Center) — 100 Buckley Road, Syracuse 13088.
BUFFALO RUSH: Free ID sessions are available for potential Buffalo Rush players at Kevin T. Keane Sports Park at Nardin Academy (97 Rosalia Street).
ID sessions for boys and girls take place through the winter in preparation for the 2024 spring season.
ROCHESTER RUSH: Our program in Rochester is gearing up for the 2023-24 season, with open tryouts taking place throughout the winter. Free tryouts for boys and girls take place at Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Road, Rochester.
Select: The Select level is where the magic happens. Players who want to hit the jetstream in their soccer experience and playing careers would want to consider entering the club at this level. Players and their parents can benefit from elite-level coaching and leagues for the opportunity to advance regionally and nationally. Player registration for the 2023–24 NY Select season takes place throughout the winter.
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NY Rush's soccer clubs employ top-quality coaching staff with extensive regional and US youth soccer experience. These talented full-time and part-time coaches develop and nurture players at every level, bringing out the best in each child.
Soccer Culture In New York
New York Rush Soccer offers a positive learning and playing experience for youth soccer players of all ages. With its player-centered approach, NY Rush welcomes kids as young as 4 to get a solid foundation in their soccer skills. As they continue to learn and develop their skills, boys and girls from ages 7 to 18 benefit from NY Rush's various soccer clubs.
NY Rush players receive support through a deep well of resources from industry professionals. This support includes training gear and kits (uniforms), as well as alumni mentorship programs. Over the last three seasons, Rush C.A.R.E.S. has provided more than $800,000 in scholarships to players of all ages. Underserved communities can tap into support, encouraging inclusiveness and achievement.
New York City has been home to soccer since 1921. Young soccer players can find inspiration and excitement from two Major League Soccer teams in New York. The New York City Football Club splits its home matches between Yankee Stadium in the Bronx and Citi Field in Queens. The New York Red Bulls play their home matches at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, NJ. This is the first soccer-specific professional venue in the New York Metro Area.
These clubs' second teams play near their MLS clubs, and the women's professional team, NJ/NY Gotham FC, plays at Red Bull Arena. The MLS season runs from February through October.
NY Rush families are also passionate about the NE Revolution MLS team, as well as English Premier League teams.
New York Rush Soccer Leagues
US Youth Soccer
Development Player League
USYS North Atlantic Conference
Capital District Youth Soccer League
Great Lakes Alliance
NY State West Champions Conf.
Rochester District Youth Soccer League
Eastern NY Youth Soccer Association
Soccer Development Academy
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New York Rush offers additional programs that can benefit players of every level. Players seeking a more intensive experience can participate in domestic programs within their club or even abroad with a partner group.
Rush Soccer Development is NE Rush's technical leadership team and uses a unified approach to player development. With this common training method, players can enhance their learning abilities, creating confidence, healthy training and playing skills, and lifelong mental and physical benefits.
Position-specific development plans are free for RSD+ members. Courses are available or under development for the following positions:
- Outside Back and Wingback
- Center Back
- Defensive Midfielder
- Offensive Midfielder
- Center Forward
Train at Home courses offer complementary training of players in all age groups in multiple key skill sets. These courses are free for RSD+ members:
- Ball Skills
- Game Understanding
- Mental Toughness
Players who take these Train at Home courses can compete against domestic and international Rush players, place on a ranked global leaderboard, and win awards.
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It's important to choose a soccer club that is compatible with your child's age, skill level, and recreational or competitive interests. New York Rush provides programs for children as young as 4 up to 18-year-old players. NY Rush's unified training system ensures that each player learns the game from a consistent and safe foundation.
When choosing a soccer academy, look for a facility with clean and safe premises with all appropriate local and state building certifications. Look for coaches who hold league-recognized certifications and licenses, and who pursue ongoing education for the age groups they coach.
Families are integral to New York Rush clubs and players, providing support and encouragement for their players. NY Rush is dedicated to providing the best possible experience for players ages 4-18, with age-appropriate training and game play.
New York Rush has locations in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Westchester.
Each New York Rush club offers soccer camps. Players can attend summer camps and clinics in Albany, Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, and Westchester.
Parents can enroll their children in an age-appropriate New York Rush club via the Northeast Rush registration page. In addition to providing their names and contact information, parents will choose a program and region for their child. The NY Rush form also includes the child's school, playing history, and other relevant information.