2015-2016 Rush adidas Uniforms
Rush soccer is excited to unveil the new Rush adidas uniforms for the 2015/16 season.
Big reminder – Rush Soccer has moved back to white away uniforms in lieu of the grey. As long time Rush members are aware, the white uniforms are much lighter & Rush Soccer recommends that all players wear sliders/compression shorts under their game shorts (sliders for home shorts are also recommended). Soccer.com will have a blue option available when you go to purchase the new uniforms. This will match the home uniform & the trim of the away uniforms. Rush Soccer is extremely excited to see just how sharp the players look in the new uniforms!
The new uniforms will be available on the Soccer.com PlayerPass sites starting June 1st. Your team manager will build the roster on the site which automates an email to each player/parent to then place an order. The player/parent will go on to the site individually to purchase the uniform kit. Follow the instructions below:
For Team Managers Only:
Video 1: Admin Help Roster Tool: https://vimeo.com/98590070 password is playerpass
For All Members Placing Orders:
Video 2: How to place order, on www.soccer.com/playerpasshelp
Click HERE to view links to all Rush clubs’ Soccer.com stores.
For questions regarding your order, please contact Soccer.com at 800-967-8326 or email@example.com. For questions about your child’s player number, team name, or other non product questions, please contact your team manager. For any other questions regarding uniforms please contact your local Rush club’s front office.
Soccer.com Shipping Policies:
R.E.A.C.H. Uniform Program
In June of 2010, the R.E.A.C.H. program implemented its first coordinated and comprehensive used uniform collection program in an effort to greatly scale-up the number of uniforms distributed around the world. The Rush registers over 37,000 soccer players of which approximately 12,000 are in the “travel” program. That equates to roughly 6,000 competitive girl soccer players and 6,000 competitive boy soccer players. Because of our partnership with adidas and Soccer.com, “travel” soccer players are required to purchase new kits (two jerseys, two shorts, and two socks) every two years. When the uniform is ordered and distributed to the players, the player has the option to bring in his/her used uniform kit for a $20.00 credit. We will collect approximately 4,500 used uniform kits. Over ten years, that table represents 45,000 uniforms distributed throughout the world! The impact both from a humanitarian side and marketing side is staggering. This does not include additional pieces of soccer equipment such as balls, shin guards, warm up jackets and pants, etc. estimated at 300,000 pieces. If handled properly, the 45,000 target could easily be tripled for a total of 135,000 uniforms distributed to children.