Summer 2013 Camps:
Camp Schedule for 2013-2014 Season - Click Here
College Preparation Outdoor League:
What: College Women and Select U15-18 Girls and Boys League
Who: Select players, whose ambition is to play in college, from all area clubs (WDM, Rush, JUSC, VSA, CRSA, Heartland, ISA, other Iowa clubs) will play along with current college players from various colleges (Drake, Iowa State, Iowa, UNI, Grandview, other in-state and out-of state collegiate players) and divisions (I, II, III, and NAIA).
Details: 2 or 3 - 8 vs. 8 or 11 vs. 11 games will be played for a total of 75 minutes with 10 minutes for stoppages and water breaks (every Sunday will likely be 11 vs. 11 and T/Th will be 8 vs. 8 – however, this will depend on numbers).
Teams will have 1-3 subs each (Players will be responsible for subbing and all players will have similar playing time – coaches will help players determine team formation, which will change from week to week).
Academy Summer Camp
Junior Summer Camp
Senior Summer Camp
Goalkeeping is a specialist position that requires a unique mentality and special set of skills in order to succeed. To this end, the pre-season goalkeeping camp aims to develop all facets of goalkeeping in a rigorous, enjoyable training environment designed to prepare players for the upcoming season and aspiring players for the demands of the next level.
Areas of Focus for the Goalkeeping Camp:
This is Iowa Rush pre-season camp. It is an intense 5 day camp intended to prepare players to the incoming season. Iowa Rush staff and guest college coaches will lead the sessions. The four pillars of the game will be covered:
- Technical: passing & receiving, finishing, close control, dribbling. Players will get multiple quality touches on the ball
- Tactical: individual, small group and team concepts. Possession, defending, combination play, wide play; vision & decision making
- Physical: players will improve specific soccer fitness via intense, physically demanding small sided games
- Psychological: at higher levels the mental side can be the difference. Players will be challenged into finding and playing in their “zone “
Kick Into Gear Pre-Season Camp:
Camp for all Recreational ages to attend and a jump start on soccer to be better prepared for the start of season. Individual skill work with the ball and small sided games will be the focus for U5-U8. Individual skill work with the ball, individual defending, and small sided play and decision making will be the focus of U9 and above.
Fall 2013 Camps:
Kicks 4 Kids Series:
An introductory soccer program for 3-6 year olds. Using a games-approach to learning and development. We will introduce the ball and game of soccer in a fun, dynamic, and challenging way.