Colorado Ice Soccer

Ice Champions!
 
CONTACT ICE

303-279-3686

laura@tablemountainsoccer.org

Office Address:

14799 W 6th Ave, Unit A4, Golden 80401

We are on the southeast corner of 6th and Indiana

 
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)
laura@tablemountainsoccer.org
Colorado Ice is accepting coaching applications for all levels of coaches. Please email your interest to Radu Marcu at radu@tablemountainsoccer.org

 
Coronavirus (COVID - 19) Practice and Game suspension

Dear Colorado Soccer Families, Friends, Coaches, Referees, and Players,


Colorado Soccer Association (CSA) has been the governing body of soccer in Colorado since 1978.
As a non-profit organization overseeing the 60+ non-profit member youth soccer clubs in Colorado,
the CSA mission continues to be one of education, service, honor, infrastructure, sportsmanship,
and safety.


By now, everyone should be aware that all organized Colorado soccer operations have been
suspended until at least March 28th. In consideration of Governor Polis’ closure of schools until
April 17th, the earliest start date for spring soccer has been moved to April 18th. This is the
first date that any teams of a CSA sanctioned organization may gather and take the field. CSA
and its member clubs will review this date no later than April 3rd and will extend the current spring
season start date again if necessary.


Some of you receiving this may be ‘first timers’ in the Colorado Soccer community. We welcome you
into our family. We hope you soon find out why soccer is considered to be “The World’s Sport”,
achieving more internationally than any other sport.
You may wonder why we don’t cancel the spring season now. We can appreciate these sentiments,
but the answer is not so simple. Locally, we’ve made it through hard times as friends, teams, clubs,
and as a community. For many who grew up playing the sport, whether locally or nationally, we often
reflect on the immense benefits sports has had on our lives. The physical, mental, and social wellbeing
provided by soccer got many of us through hard times and made us better individuals. CSA
and all Colorado Soccer clubs believe that continuing to provide these benefits and fulfilling these
needs has to be our goal. We can’t and we won’t just give up on the opportunity to emerge from this
devastation so as to again serve our community.
Taking into consideration the diversity of the soccer community we serve, our decision to strive for
stability and survival runs deep. Whether this is your child’s first venture into organized sport, or your
child lives and breathes soccer, the survival of youth soccer is vital to the continuation of:


• Soccer as the best form of exercise a child may get on a weekly basis.
• Soccer as the most welcome or possibly only non-school social time kids may have on a
weekly basis.
• The immense benefit of the coach-player mentorship relationship.
• The stability in the life of a child that comes from being part of a team.
• Soccer is the only main outlet in life for some kids.


While not each of these may apply to your child, some or all of these benefits apply to children
everywhere in the greater Colorado Soccer community.


CSA is working to be creative with our member clubs to create a season of soccer even with a
delayed start date. Without spring soccer, the sport as we know it, the infrastructure that has taken
decades to build, the continuity and livelihood of many coaches, and field access will be crippled.
Without a spring season, we are concerned many of our member clubs as we know them today will
not survive in their current form. Some of our member clubs may be forced to lay off employees,
coaches, downsize field access, or even close their doors. All CSA member clubs are non-profits,
and few of them carry the extensive financial reserves necessary for them to make it intact through
the events we are currently facing.


The economic impact of these potential outcomes weighs heavy as well, as the greater Colorado
Soccer landscape provides hundreds of millions to the local economy annually.
In light of ongoing efforts, it is the recommendation of the CSA Board of Directors to its
members that Colorado soccer clubs not provide Spring refunds, but rather be creative with
future opportunities to offset the lost services this Spring. Doing so would allow clubs to have
soccer accessible to your child immediately as soon as we are able to return to play as well as being
able to ultimately provide the services that were postponed due to the pandemic.


We believe now, more than ever, we need to focus on the future and pulling through this together so
that our children will have a sense of normalcy as our community emerges from this devastation.
Many of you will receive communication from your member clubs tomorrow. Our wish, as you read
through their individual messages, is that you understand any decisions made are decisions not
made lightly, but rather are made in consideration of the years they’ve been working with Colorado’s
youth soccer community and the continuation of a thriving youth soccer environment.


Nate Shotts, CEO, Colorado Soccer and Jeff Ruebel, President, Colorado Soccer

 
Spring 2020 Micro, Developmental and Recreational Registration

We still have space for our spring soccer league in most age groups.

If you would like to have your child play please email Laura@tablemountainsoccer.org

to verify availability

 
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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 (www.coloradoice.org ). Please direct any questions to laura@tablemountainsoccer.org.

Sincerely,

Colorado Ice Board of Directors

COLORADO ICE CONCUSSION TRAINING AND TREATMENT POLICY

NEW COLORADO LAW ON CONCUSSIONS IN YOUTH SPORT ACTIVITIES


 
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*Field Status is updated by 1pm daily

 
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