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Gateway Rush Soccer Club

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Are you interested in learning more about Gateway Rush?

Fill out this FORM to inquire about the club, and to have a club representative contact you

If you are considering a transition from recreational to club soccer, or if you are searching for more advanced training please review the information below.

ID Sessions

  • Gateway Rush will be holding  ID Sessions. 
  • These  are open to any player interested in Gateway Rush.
    • If you are new to Gateway Rush and would like to attend the sessions, please click HERE for more information.


  • All tryouts will be held at Reiniger Memorial Soccer Park (RMSP).
    • Facility information can be found here.
  • All tryout participants must register for tryouts by clicking the Register button in the upper right hand corner located at
    • Complete the registration process by filling out all application information.

Costs of Club Soccer

  • Gateway Rush is committed to keeping youth club soccer affordable.
  • Gateway Rush offers opportunities for individuals and teams to reduce fees by participating in fundraisers.

 Club Fees

  • Gateway Rush’s Board of Directors set club fees before each season. Club fee information for the each season will be available before tryouts begin.
    • Payment Plans are available.
  • Club Fees can be used for the following (this is not an all-inclusive list):
    • Field use
    • Club Training
    • Winter Club Training
    • Team Training
    • Club Staff
    • Club administration for the website, event registration, rosters & required forms, and other administrative duties

Team Fees

  • Individual teams need to assess fees to cover the following:
    • eague fees
    • Tournament entry fees
    • Indoor
    • Any other charges for which the team is responsible.
      • Team coaches manage their teams’ budgets.
        • Team fees will vary by team

 Level of Commitment

  • Length of Season
    •  The United States Youth Soccer Association rules set the season year from August 1 through July 31 of the following year.

Training Months

  • Fall training typically begins in August and ends mid-November.
  • From November to early February, teams often participate in less-intensive activities like Futsal or indoor soccer with limited training sessions.
  • Spring Training typically begins in February and ends mid-May.

Training Frequency

  • Teams U15 and older typically train 2-3 times per week.
  • Younger teams will practice twice per week.
  • Youth Training session range from an hour to an hour and a half depending on age.


  • Gateway Rush youth teams (u8+) typically play in the St. Louis Youth Soccer Association (SLYSA).
  • SLYSA hosts league games at many different complexes throughout the greater St. Louis region.
    • Games will be played in both Illinois and Missouri.


  • Gateway Rush youth teams (u9+) vary on how many tournaments they will participate in.
    • Most teams have participated in 1-3 tournaments in the fall and 1 or 2 in the spring.
  • Most (u10+) teams will travel (will require hotel stay) to tournaments typically 1-2 times a year.
  • The older teams may require more out-of-town travel.

 If you have any further question please email [email protected].