Tuesday May 28
DCF 5 U11 Boys
DCF 6 U11 Girls
DCF 7 U12 Boys
DCF 5 U13 Boys
DCF 6 U13 Girls
DCF 7 U14 Boys
Wednesday May 29
DCF 5 U11 Boys
DCF 6 U11 Girls
DCF 7 U12 Girls
DCF 5 U14 Girls
DCF 6 U15 Girls
DCF 7 U16 Girls
Thursday May 30
DCF 5 U17 Girls
DCF 6 U18 Girls
DCF 7 Call Backs
DCF 5 Call Backs
DCF 6 Call Backs
DCF 7 Call Backs
Friday May 31
DCF 5, 6, 7 Call Backs
CR Recreational Camp - $100, Founders, 6/24 − 6/28 9am - 11:00am
CR Shooting Camp - $125, Founders, 7/15 − 7/18 9:00am - 10:30am
CR Technical Camp - $125, Founders, 7/15 − 7/18 11:00am − 12:30pm
CR Elite Players Camp - (Invitation Only) $300, Founders, 7/22 − 7/26 6:00pm − 8:00pm
CR Thunder Preseason Camp - $150, Founder, 7/22 − 7/26 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Fall 2013 registration for recreational soccer.
To register, click here: FALL 2013 RECREATIONAL REGISTRATION
FALL RECREATIONAL SOCCER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
We offer same gender teams for both boys and girls ages U6 - U14. Games will start end of August and go through middle of Nov . Practices start 1-2 weeks prior . All practices will be local in the Castle Rock area. Castle Rock Storm services Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Douglas County, Parker, Monument, Colorado Springs, Elizabeth, Larkspur and Franktown and is part of the largest soccer club in Colorado.
U6: 8/1/07 - 7/31/08
U7: 8/1/06 - 7/31/07
U8: 8/1/05 - 7/31/06
U9: 8/1/04 - 7/31/05
U10: 8/1/03 - 7/31/04
U11: 8/1/02 - 7/31/03
U12: 8/1/01 - 7/31/02
U13: 8/1/00 - 7/31/01
U14: 8/31/99 - 7/31/00
Any questions, contact Tina Mickens at email@example.com or (303) 660-0109.
Combining rosters is always a difficult time but the boys from Coach
Clarke's and Coach Barkey's U 10 teams combined successfully this past week to
pose a formidable threat in the 2013 Rock Cup U10 Boys silver division: 1-1,
3-1 in bracket play and 3-0 in the semi final. They soccumed to a tough
competitor in the final; Westminster AFC, who had played down from the gold division.
Congratulations, Job well done!
Pic Top row: Coach Clarke, Todd O., Luke S., Logan B., Connor, Tanner,
Aiden, Evan D., Mason V., Coach Barnes
Pic Bottom row: Nick G., Jakob S., Max, Spencer, Connor E., Cameron, Spencer,
Lodin K., Keagan.
Jay has played for Colorado Storm / Colorado Elite for many years. Congratulations Jay!
It is a privilege to introduce myself as the new President and General Manager of Colorado Storm. My personal connection to, and respect for, Colorado Storm spans several decades. Nearly twenty-five years ago Kelvin Norman and Shami Behbehani, the Directors of Coaching for Cherry Creek Lightning (now Colorado Storm), invited me to coach several youth teams at the club. At the time, the CCL had less than a total of one thousand players participating in both the recreational and competitive programs. Even then, the club’s commitment to the players both on and off the soccer field, level of play, and the overall caliber of delivering excellence was apparent.
Over the course of the last twenty-five years, I have had the distinct pleasure of working directly with thousands of youth and hundreds of coaches at various clubs and soccer schools throughout the Metro Denver Area as well as managing the operational, financial and marketing side of soccer related businesses. This has afforded me a very diverse background that I hope to bring to Colorado Storm. I am keenly aware of the soccer climate, opportunities, and growing challenges facing our club today and in the coming years.
My vision for the Colorado Storm, quite simply, is to become the premier youth soccer club in the state, committed to cultivating soccer players at every stage of play and to take the club to the next level by:
- Growing and promoting the brand of Colorado Storm both internally and externally
- Ensuring the club is run in the best interest of members
- Deepening opportunities for community outreach and partnerships
- Cultivating and maintaining relationships with new and existing supporters and benefactors
- Providing platforms and opportunities for players, past and present, to stay engaged with the Club long after they have ended their playing careers.
- To bring an operational excellence to the club in all aspects of our business
I will not take a specific coaching role at Colorado Storm. It is my job to foster the culture, ensure we stay true to our mission, run the business of the club and provide Mike Haas and the best coaching staff in the state what they need to develop great soccer players and give members a lifelong passion for this great sport.
Today, Colorado Storm is one of the largest youth soccer clubs in the country, and is the largest youth soccer club in the state serving approximately 6,000 players. Regardless of ability, the top priority of the club has endured: helping each player reach the highest competitive potential and, in so doing achieve their greatest dreams and aspirations, both on and off the soccer field. This total soccer experience, commitment to developing team and self, respect, sportsmanship, discipline, dedication, leadership and fair play, provides our players with timeless lifelong skills.
It is a pleasure to be able to return to the club that was instrumental in cultivating my passion to pursue a professional career in soccer so many years ago. I look forward to working with you, the leadership in the club, committed players and their families, our alumni and the surrounding community, in taking Colorado Storm to the next level.
RICHMOND, Va (February 7, 2011) – From the almost 90 clubs that applied for membership, the ECNL has announced that fourteen new clubs have been extended New Membership Invitations for the 2011-2012 ECNL Season. If all invitations are accepted, the number of ECNL Member Clubs will increase to 66 for the 2011-2012 season. The clubs extended ECNL New Membership Invitations for the 2011-2012 ECNL Season are:
Blue Valley SC (KS)
Colorado Storm SC (CO)
Dallas Texans SC (TX)
Eagles SC (CA)
East Meadow SC (NY)
Gwinnett Soccer Association (GA)
Las Vegas Premier SC (NV)
McLean YSA (VA)
Penn Fusion Soccer Academy (PA)
Richmond Strikers (VA)
So Cal Blues (CA)
Sockers FC (IL)
TSC Hurricanes (OK)
World Class FC (NY/NJ)
The 66 ECNL member clubs will be separated into eight regional conferences as the ECNL expands to a full 25- to 30-game season in 2011-12. Conference alignments will be released in the coming weeks.
“For the second year in a row, we have added some tremendous clubs to the ECNL, each with great leadership and history in developing soccer players,” said ECNL President Christian Lavers. “We are very excited about the regional conference structure that is being created for the 2011-12 season for all of the ECNL member clubs, and feel it will have a tremendous impact on player development in all our markets.”
Acceptance decisions were based on a variety of different factors, including: 1) long-term club history in female soccer, 2) long-term history in development of female soccer players, 3) club leadership and management structure and 4) geographical considerations.
“These decisions are always very difficult, and there are a lot of very good soccer clubs and leaders in this country,” said ECNL Vice President Doug Bracken. “With the 14 clubs that we have added, and the expansion in our schedule, we feel that the ECNL is in a wonderful position to positively impact youth female soccer for years to come.”
“We are very excited about joining the ECNL for 2011-12,” said Hassan Naziri, Director of Coaching for the Dallas Texans. “The ECNL has created a competitive environment for talented players to develop even further. The Dallas Texans believe that the ECNL, with their sponsor Nike, will create an even brighter future for young women to become their best and reach their full potential.”
The full 2011-12 ECNL schedule, including dates and locations for the ECNL national events, will be released in April.
About the ECNL:
The ECNL is a non-profit national youth soccer league founded in 2009 to provide the best possible developmental environment for American female youth soccer players through the creation of the highest level of national competition and an identification and development program to provide an avenue for players to participate in U.S. Soccer's National Teams. Each of the 66 member clubs in 2011-2012 will have a team in the U-14, U-15, U-16, U-17, and U-18 age groups, each competing for the ECNL National Championship and the ECNL National Club Championship. The ECNL is sanctioned by US Club Soccer and sponsored by Nike.
Castle Rock CO 80109
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday - 9am to 3pm
Wednesday - 9am to 3pm
Thursday - 9am to 3pm
Friday - 9am to 3pm
Saturday & Sunday - CLOSED
DCF Turf #5, 6, 7 - OPEN
DCF Grass #4 - OPEN
Founders Park -OPEN
Mitchell Gulch -OPEN
MATNEY PARK- OPEN