Michigan Rush Lansing

Program Information

Michigan Rush Lansing Programming 2018 - 2019

Michigan Rush Lansing exists to provide Capital Area youth soccer players with an environment in which they can thrive. We will do this through the provision of a supportive but challenging environment that progressively develops soccer skills and solid character traits. We define a player as not just an athlete who wins medals, but as someone who possesses solid character traits, these traits are defined within our Rush Core Values. This is the Rush Way!


Michigan Rush Soccer Lansing offers the following opportunities to it members:

Player- Centered Approach to Development:

A proven and purposeful approach to developing characteristics and soccer skills in young players.

A Periodized Player Development Program:

A plan, an annual soccer calendar that addresses periodized seasonal training periods, weekly training sessions, rest periods, tournaments and camps.

Complete Player Development Pathway:

Lansing to State to Regional to Rush National Teams. Including select players for the US Club Soccer MDL League. Rush Lansing has the ability to offer players a complete player pathway from our developmental teams, all the way to our Men’s and Women’s professional teams.

Our 11 Month Soccer Methodology (Birth years 2005 and below, High School age groups play 7 months):

Team Training Sessions: Twice per week.

Club Training Night: Up to six sessions spring and fall. Club Training helps to improve the technical level of our soccer players through a purposeful and systematic training program and fosters a club atmosphere that develops a common purpose, language, and vision.

Functional/Position Specific Training: Aimed at our older players - training that is specific to a role or position. The player will determine which skill is necessary to solve the demands of the game as dictated by the game.

Player Development Reports and Self Evaluations

Fall and Spring League and Tournament play:

Rush Lansing has teams placed in multiple leagues based on what is the appropriate level of competition for that age group.

Quality Indoor Facilities:

Our winter home is the Summit Sports and Ice Complex. Rush Lansing players have almost double the amount of indoor training time available, more than any club in Lansing. Rush Lansing had 5 teams make the State Cup Knock-out Rounds, Quarter-finals, or a Semi-final appearance this year. Winter training plays a huge role in seasonal results!

Winter Training Games:

8-10 winter games played locally at the Summit. Games are designed to put into practice skills and tactics taught during indoor training. Birth year 2005 and below participate. 

Weekly GK Specific Training Program:

All sessions run by our Director of Goalkeeping, Eric Court Fall, Winter, and Spring. Additional training opportunities available for an additional fee.

Premier Camp: 

Start the season right. Team camp is designed to quickly form a team bond that lasts. There is no additional fee for this camp. July 30- Aug 2rd.

Michigan Rush Lansing Programming Guide 2018 - 2019

Michigan Rush Lansing is proud to publish our annual programming guide. You can download your copy here: program guide 2018 - 2019

Every season we believe in being upfront about the fees you can expect to pay as a member of our club, in fact, we believe in it so strongly it is right here for you to review. Our annual fee guide is our best assessment of the fees charged to families and, more importantly, what is included and what is not included in your club fee. As an organization, we believe you should not have to dig to find this information and you should not have to accept vague answers to questions such as, "how many tournaments are included?", or "what winter training is included, where is winter training located and how many sessions does that include?" If you have questions please ask. Feel free to email us at any time - [email protected]

Michigan Rush Lansing Fee Structure:

It is important that every player and parent understand that being a part of the Michigan Rush means more commitment than you may have experienced in other soccer programs. Our training diet involves training up to three days per week spring and fall and up to twice a week in the winter, as well as attending games and tournaments throughout the year, with some travel and associated expenses

The financial commitment is just as important as the time commitment. If you feel this is not something you are prepared to handle, please let the coach know as soon as possible.

 ALL FEES ARE TO BE PAID ONLINE. Checks will not be accepted. No refunds will be issued for club fees paid.

Helping to make Elite Club Soccer Affordable

Michigan Rush Lansing offers several items that can help lower the cost of club soccer. These include Early Bird Registration Discount, Multiple Child Discount, Financial aid for families in economic need meeting the eligibility criteria, and our Monthly Payment Plan. More details of these programs are inside our program guide 2018 - 2019

Financial Aid Information and Requirements:

●      Aid applications must include a copy of the parents’ prior year tax return as proof of income, and a statement of extenuating circumstances the applicant wishes to be considered. No application without a Tax return and Statement of need will be consideredPlease dark out your social security numbers. 

●      Please review the conditions for aid – This is not intended to be a discount program. We hope to offer as much aid to families that demonstrate a true need. if you exceed the income limit and/or do not meet the eligibility questions, please, do not apply. 

●      When requesting aid for multiple players, please submit one form per player you are requesting aid for. All accompanying documentation must also be submitted per application. Multiple player discounts do not apply to accounts receiving financial aid.

●      All aid recipients are required to provide volunteer hours during tournaments and events during the year.

●      An application does not imply approval. Scholarship applications may be denied or partially approved. Notification of financial a

***Attach prior year tax return to email as proof of income (please mark out SSN)*** 

Financial aid request form must be emailed to [email protected] (with supporting documents) no later than June 26th. No requests will be granted for submissions made after this date

Aid Application can be found here: financialassistancerequest - rush 2018 19.pdf

Club Conduct & Payment Policy:

It is the expectation for every Rush Lansing player to adhere to the Rush Core Values. Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in your player being removed from the club.

Our payment policies are as follows:

  • Families will be expected to sign a commitment form upon accepting a roster spot in the club.
  • Early Bird Discount Registration Deadline 11:59 p.m. on June 24, 2018     
    Players not registered online with initial payment complete by 11:59 p.m. on July 8  will be subject to $65 late fee.
  • Refund Policy -  There are no refunds. If you would like to drop out of the program an email must be sent to the club administrator outlining the reasoning behind your family’s decision to part ways with Rush Lansing.
  • Failure to Pay Policy - If your account falls 30 days behind, you will be notified. Upon notification, you will have 5 business days to rectify your account with Rush Lansing/First Touch. After which: Your child's passcard will be pulled, which will prohibit them from participating in any Michigan Rush or National Rush activities until payments have been received. Once your account is balanced the passcard will be reinstated. You will be subject to a $65 late fee.



Email: [email protected]


Rush National sponsor

Copyright © 2019 Michigan Rush Lansing  |  Privacy Statement |  Terms Of Use |  TSHQ License Agreement Log In