Rio Rapids SC 00 boys NPL team went to Aurora CO last week to compete in the National Premier League Finals. Rio Rapids had qualified for the event in early June by winning the AZ/NM/CO division of NPL. In Aurora they faced Liverpool (TX), Virginia Rush, and FSA (CT)....Read More
Don’t forget about the upcoming Rio Rapids Night July 2nd 7:00pm at UNM Soccer Complex with ABQ Sol as the Sol take on rival Las Vegas Mobsters. Wear your Rio gear and bring friends and family!. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here For walk up sales, any family...Read More
Huge congratulations to the 00B and coach Sibby Browne who won National Premier League (NPL) regionals yesterday in Arizona. With a semi final win over Real Colorado and a final win against SC Del Sol from Arizona the team will now move on to NPL Nationals in...Read More
Congratulations to all of our teams, coaches, players and parents for making NM State Cup history! We managed to win 11 out of the 14 state championships that were played this past weekend at the soccer complex in Bernalillo. Rio Rapids SC 00 Girls Rio Rapids SC 01 Girls Rio...Read More
The unlikely journey of Ricardo Zacarias to Club America BY NAYIB MORAN – http://www.espnfc.us/mexican-liga-mx/22/blog/post/2875088/the-unlikely-liga-mx-journey-of-ricardo-zacarias-to-club-america MEXICO CITY — At a nearby coffee shop on a street across from Club...Read More
Rio Rapids SC and Elevate PHW have put together a program to offer a special invitation to the club for the summer program. Follow Link Below: Rio Rapids Soccer Club There are 2 different programs, as you’ll see on the site. When any members mention they are from Rio...Read More
New Mexico’s premier youth soccer club fielding boys & girls teams U5 – U19. Teams participate regionally in NPL & WCDA, locally in Duke City & NW Rio Grande Leagues – members of NMYSA. Rio Rapids SC also offers outstanding youth development.
Our Club aims to enable each player to fulfill his or her potential on and off the field. Players, parents, and coaches should feel confident that key areas of development—technical, tactical, academic, personal and social—are the primary concerns. Handout