Colorado Ice Soccer

Ice Champions!


Office Address:

14799 W 6th Ave, Unit A4, Golden 80401

We are on the southeast corner of 6th and Indiana

Competitive Tryouts
Posted May 28, 2020

Fall 2020 Tryout Schedule

Monday June 22 AND Tuesday June 23 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
U11 Girls – 2010 BDay.... Rooney Road #1

U11 Boys – 2010 BDay.... Rooney Road #2

U13 Boys – 2008 BDay.... Rooney Road #3

U12 Girls – 2009 BDay....Rooney Road #4

U13 Girls – 2008 BDay....Rooney Road #5

Monday June 22 ONLY 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
U14 Girls – 2007 BDay....Rooney Road #3

U15 Girls – 2006 BDay....Rooney Road #2

U16 Girls – 2005 BDay....Rooney Road #2

U17 Girls – 2004 BDay....Rooney Road #2

U18 Girls – 2003 BDay....Rooney Road #2

Wednesday June 24 & Thursday June 25 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
U12 Boys – 2009 BDay.... Rooney Road #3

U14 Boys – 2007 BDay.... Rooney Road #2

U15 Boys – 2006 BDay – 8th graders (& 9th graders not playing HS) – We will field a team. Please email the Ice office if you are interested in playing

Welcome to Colorado Ice!

Based in Golden, Colorado and formed in 1976, Colorado Ice is a non-profit organization established to provide a high level soccer experience for youth ages 3 to 18

Colorado Ice

Mailing Address: PO Box 943, Golden, CO 80402
Office Address: 14799 W 6th Ave, unit A4, Golden 80401
303-279-3686 (Office)
303-216-2894 (Fax)
Colorado Ice is accepting coaching applications for all levels of coaches. Please email your interest to Radu Marcu at

Coronavirus (COVID - 19) Causes Cancellation of Spring Soccer

Dear Colorado Ice Families

I hope this finds you safe and healthy!

We are reaching out to convey the one piece of information that most of us have been waiting for since March 12th.  Colorado Soccer Association has made a final determination that the spring soccer season will be officially cancelled due to the restrictions that have been put in place to help mitigate the spread of Covid 19. 

We have watched over the past 2 months as Coronavirus has wreaked havoc on our soccer community, not just locally but around the world.  During this unprecedented crisis we have placed the health and safety of our players and their families first.  We have followed all the state and local guidelines and will continue to do so in the future.  As a mid-sized non-profit soccer club, we have felt the huge financial impact this global pandemic has placed on so many businesses and individuals.  Along with our season specific costs and financial obligations we also have fixed costs that must be covered for our club to remain in business to support our community and our members. 

Colorado Ice has been in business for 44 years, first established as Table Mountain Soccer Assn in 1976.  Your Board of Directors has been very fiscally responsible during those years which puts us in a position to be able to offer our members a fair and equitable financial compensation for the cancellation of the spring season.  Many other clubs are not as fortunate and will not be able to offer as much, if any, financial compensation to their members.  We are glad that we are able to do so.

First, we would like to thank all of our members for trusting Colorado Ice through this process.  We understand that there are many options available in youth sports and we appreciate you choosing Ice for your child’s soccer experience!  We understand that every family needs to be in control of when they feel safe and comfortable returning to the fields once the guidelines allow us to do so.  It is important to us to offer options.  

Your Board of Directors and Staff are all a part of our wonderful local community and we want to continue to provide for not only all of you but any of your friends that are looking for a soccer club that believes our members come first and that we are all a part of one family – Colorado Ice!

 “I wanted to let you know, in advance of any decision that might be made about issuing refunds, that we are donating our spring registration, and I’ve asked all of our parents to do the same. I can’t tell you how much playing soccer would mean to me right now, to my daughter and her friends. But we can wait, and we hope that our local clubs can stay afloat long enough to be there when we are ready to hit the field again.”  -  A Colorado Ice Member


If you are a Colorado Ice Member and need the Spring Donation/Credit/Refund Request Form please email Laura Albrecht


Colorado Ice and Covid 19 FAQs

Please click on the link below to get answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Colorado Ice and Covid 19 FAQ


We are excited to have a new fundraising opportunity that will help with our scholarship fund and fields.

Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charities selected by customers (be sure to choose Table Mountain Soccer)

Become a Referee

Are you interested in becoming a referee? Make good money helping with the game you love!

It's as easy as clicking on the link below!

referee - becoming a ref (2).pdf

Concussion Law in Youth Sports

Colorado Ice Competitive Soccer Families:

During the 2011 Colorado Legislative Session, the Legislature adopted a new law called the "Jake Snakenberg Youth Concussion Act" (the "Act"). Adoption of the Act was in response to increased public awareness of concussions suffered by youth athletes and the need for medical consultation in the event of concussions before an athlete is allowed to return to play.

Colorado Ice takes the health and safety of our participants seriously and has designed club policy and coach training accordingly. Please take time to review the Legislation and Colorado Ice Club Policy on the Colorado Ice Website ( ). Please direct any questions to


Colorado Ice Board of Directors



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