Over the past 36 years, the SoccerPlus Goalkeeper School program has established a rich tradition of excellence and success, guiding countless players to Men’s and Women’s Collegiate, Professional and International Soccer Programs. Created by former US Women’s National Team...Read More
Rio Rapids Soccer Club is thrilled and proud to recognize its sixteen 2017 high school graduates who have committed to play for college soccer programs as of February 1. The players, their families and coaches gathered on National Signing Day to celebrate their accomplishments....Read More
Rio Rapids Golf Open 2017 The event "Rio Rapids SC Golf Tournament - Mar 19th 2017" is no longer active. When: March 19th, 2017 1pm Start Where: Sandia Golf Resort – 30 Rainbow Rd, Albuquerque, NM 87113 Why: Scholarship program – 2015/16, Rio Rapids SC gave...Read More
Rio Rapids Soccer Club hosted its 3rd College Fair on Tuesday, December 27. The Fair was a tremendous success as 48 Rio Rapids alumni and coaches who have or are currently playing college soccer attended representing 35 colleges/universities (2016 College Fair Participants). ...Read More
Rio Rapids SC is proud to announce that 76 of its alumni (48 women and 28 men) were a part of college soccer programs throughout the country during the Fall of 2016. Fifteen of these players helped their team reach the national tournament. James Schneebeck (95’s) was a...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.
Rio Rapids SC is a proud member of the NSCAA. The NSCAA Member Club program provides our club with a plethora of coaching education materials, opportunities, benefits, and discounts.
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