2019 Michigan Rush Hamburg tryouts will be held on June 15th and 16th at 10664 Merrill Rd Whitmore Lake, MI 48189. Players should plan on attending both Saturday and Sunday tryouts, bringing with them a ball, shin guards, and water. Parents and players should arrive prior to their tryout times in order to check in and fill out any paperwork. Check in will be located at Manly W Bennett Memorial Park's South entrance, near the pavilion.

To reduce check in time, pre-register for tryouts by clicking here.

Boys/Girls

Saturday, June 15

Birth Year

Time of Tryout

2001 (U19)

12:00-1:00

2002 (U18)

12:00-1:00

2003 (U17)

12:00-1:00

2004 (U16)

12:00-1:00

2005 (U15)

11:00-12:00

2006 (U14)

11:00-12:00

2007 (U13)

11:00-12:00

2008 (U12)

10:00-11:00

2009 (U11)

10:00-11:00

2010 (U10)

10:00-11:00

2011 (U9)

10:00-11:00

2012 (U8)

10:00-11:00

2013 (U7)

10:00-11:00

Boys/Girls

Sunday, June 16

Birth Year

Time of Tryout

2001 (U19)

1:30-2:30

2002 (U18)

1:30-2:30

2003 (U17)

1:30-2:30

2004 (U16)

1:30-2:30

2005 (U15)

12:30-1:30

2006 (U14)

12:30-1:30

2007 (U13)

12:30-1:30

2008 (U12)

11:30-12:30

2009 (U11)

11:30-12:30

2010 (U10)

11:30-12:30

2011 (U9)

11:30-12:30

2012 (U8)

11:30-12:30

2013 (U7)

11:30-12:30

A late tryout will be held on June 20th at 6pm.

If you cannot make it to these tryout times, please fill out the pre-registration form above and email info@hamburgsoccer.org noting your inability to make the tryout times.

Competitive Opportunities

We offer a great program for a very modest fee! All youth teams through U12 boys and girls compete in WSSL (Western Suburban Soccer League). All Premier teams U13-U18 boys and girls compete in the MSPSP (Michigan State Premier Soccer Program).

All players will have opportunities for additional training by participating in indoor sessions, winter indoor training, tournaments, Director of Coaching training sessions, goalkeeper trainings, club nights, College Showcase Teams, etc.

For more information contact our President/Director, Dr. Jim Clark at jimclarkcoach@gmail.com

Rush Benefits

Tutor Program

The Tutor Program allows any Rush player the opportunity to train with other teams in the Rush. One of the main components to becoming a great player is quite simple: hard work. Hard work equates to hundreds of hours striving towards a goal you have established. Dedication to a personal goal is imperative to your growth and eventually your success.

Every day, there are dozens of teams training. Thousands of players are reaching for the top to someday play professionally or perhaps even for their country. You have every opportunity to train as much as you desire. There are no excuses or obstacles other than the ones you create. There is no cost associated with the Tutor Program.


All players interested in participating in the Michigan Rush Tutor Program must gain approval and placement from Rush Staff.

Player Loan Program

The Player Loan Program is a Rush Soccer interclub player exchange opportunity that allows players from Rush Soccer Branch Chapters to experience playing with other teams all over the country. Its goal is to provide numerous opportunities for our members to facilitate and guide their development, as well as to help them achieve their individual goals and dreams.

Players may take advantage of playing opportunities with teams in other regions of the country. They could play in events that their team may not be able to participate in and be able to play at higher competitive levels. They could be exposed to regional or national staff, travel regionally, nationally or internationally, and experience different playing styles, coaching, cultures, and traditions.

Coaches would form competitive teams that would compete in high level national events. They would have options and opportunities to expose their players into events that logistically, financially, or for personnel reasons would be difficult to achieve within their own teams or clubs.

Paperwork for Travel Teams

For players new to MI Rush Hamburg:

When filling out information please note:

*Leave team name and affiliating league blank

**Team Official's name is the coach. Leave team name and league name blank.

***Group you participate in is HCSC

 

It is very important that all paperwork is consistent 

Cost Information for 2017-2018

All base fees include:  Club related fees (league, referee, insurance, Hamburg Township, operational costs) 

2010 U8 teams                          Base fee:  $210 whole year per player 

2009-2008 U9-U10 teams         Base fee:  $210 whole year per player 

2007-2006 U11-U12 teams       Base fee:  $230 whole year per player 

2005-2004 U13-U14 teams       Base fee:  $250 whole year per player***

2003 U15 teams                        Base fee:  $250 whole year per player***

High School girls                     Base fee:  $210 fall 2017 season per player***

High School Boys                    Base fee:  $210 spring 2018 season per player***

***If team plays MSPSP (premier) add $40 per player to the above base fee

  • Teams will be formed based on individual birth years where possible.  Birth years may be combined to enhance player opportunities.

The above prices do not include costs for:

  • Uniforms - 2 kits (Approx. $80-$160)
  • Coaching Fees ($100-$150 fall, $100-$150 winter, $100-$150 spring) Half year teams are fall/winter or winter/spring coach fees
  • Tournaments
  • Winter Indoor training facility costs
  • Winter Indoor league play

Tournaments, winter indoor training and league play will be decided by the Coach and/or Director of Coaching for each team. Most teams participate in 1 or 2 winter sessions and all players are expected to participate.