Welcome to the
Rapid City Youth Soccer League

From recreational play to the more competitive Challenge division, the RCYSL has been a mainstay in Rapid City area youth soccer for decades. Last year our organization began the process of merging with the Rushmore Soccer Club to form the Black Hills Rapids Soccer Club, which allows us to take the game to higher level in our area.

It's been a long and wonderful ride serving the youth of our area, and we hope you join us with the Black Hills Rapids for the upcoming season. You can learn more about the Rapids at BlackHillsRapids.com.

Black Hills Rapids

Black Hills Rapids Registration

Registration for the Black Hills Rapids inaugural year is well underway!

Time is running out to register and tryout for the competitive Academy and Select programs, and the "Early Bird" Recreational program discount ends July 16th.

You can complete a paper registration and mail it to our office, or conveniently and easily register online.

Learn more about the Black Hills Rapids, their programs and other club information at BlackHillsRapids.com.

RCYSL SWAT named “Team of the Year”


CONGRATULATIONS goes out to our very own U15 Girls SWAT team for being awarded as the “Team of the Year” by the Rapid City Convention and Visitors Bureau. RCYSL is very proud of the amazing group of girls!

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Earn Money for Your Soccer Player Just by Shopping

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Shop With Scrip is a great and easy way to earn money for your family’s soccer expenses with no additional expense to you! Shopping with "scrip" allows you to put your regular household spending to work, earning money that can be used for registration, camp, tournaments or uniforms. Learn More

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Support Still Needed for Dakota Fields Sports Complex

Dakota Fields Sports Complex

UPDATE: On September 17th, 2012, The Rapid City Council approved the Vision Fund Committee's recommendation of allocating $2.2 million for the complex. Read the complete story at the Rapid City Journal.

Soccer Rapid City along with members of the community are working on a new centralized sports complex allowing for more and larger tournaments with greater economic potential. The expected design of the complex will provide us with the ability to bid to host larger regional and national tournaments. Rapid City currently has four to six tournaments per year. This project will allow for an increase in participants in these local events which will provide a larger economic impact for each event held.

Click the image above for a more detailed view of the proposed design, and learn more about the Dakota Fields Sports Complex at www.dakotafields.org.