Welcome to the
Rapid City Youth Soccer League
From recreational play to the more competitive Challenge division, the RCYSL has something for everyone. No matter your child's experience level, our goal is to make soccer a fun and positive game for all involved. With nearly year-around opportunities for intraleague competition as well as local and regional tournament play, there's always plenty of action.
Rescheduled Rec Games
Games scheduled for 4/05/14 have been moved to 5/31/14
Games scheduled for 4/05/14 have been moved to 5/17/14
Games scheduled for 4/07/14 have been moved to 5/19/14
Games scheduled for 4/08/14 have been moved to 5/20/14
All games to stay at the same time and same fields as originally scheduled
Black Hills Rapids Seek DOC Candidates
The Black Hills Rapids are currently seeking Director of Coaching candidates for the Competitive, Pre-Competitive (Academy) and Recreational Divisions. These will be paid, part-time positions. Please click the links below for information on qualifications, responsibilities and submission details. Applications must be submitted by April 20th.
First Kicks Information
First kicks will be every Saturday in May except Memorial weekend. We will be in the lower valley of the Star of the West softball complex. We will play on Saturdays at 10:30am.
Each child will get a ball on the first day!
Spring Season Registration Underway
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Support Still Needed for 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.