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spusu SKN St. Pölten to Provide Clear Professional Player Pathway for Girls

Rush Soccer Partners with spusu SKN St. Pölten Women's Football to Provide Clear Professional Player Pathway for Girls

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[New York, NY, April 19, 2024] – Rush Soccer, the largest youth soccer organization in the world with more than 55,000 players, is thrilled to announce its partnership with spusu SKN St. Pölten Women’s Football, a top-level women’s professional football team in Austria. This exciting collaboration aims to provide a clear player pathway for girls in the Rush Soccer organization who aspire to play professional football.

 

As part of this partnership, Rush Soccer will work closely with spusu SKN St. Pölten Women’s Football to create developmental opportunities for talented young female players. The collaboration will facilitate scouting programs, training camps, and talent identification initiatives, offering a structured pathway for young girls to progress in their football careers.

 

Rush Soccer, with its vast network of clubs and programs across the globe, is committed to providing the highest quality soccer experience for young athletes. By partnering with spusu SKN St. Pölten Women’s Football, Rush Soccer aims to expand opportunities for girls within its organization, enabling them to pursue their dreams of playing professional football.

 

spusu SKN St. Pölten Women’s Football, currently competing in the top level league of women’s football in Austria, the UEFA Champions League, for several seasons, brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the partnership. Their commitment to player development aligns perfectly with Rush Soccer’s mission to provide a nurturing environment that supports the growth and advancement of young athletes.

Sporting Director and Raoul Voss St. Polten Rush
Sportdirektor spusu SKN Frauen Rush Tanja Schulte, Raoul Voss, International Sporting Director for Rush Soccer

“The partnership with Rush is a real milestone for us in sporting terms. The plan is to integrate talented players from the Rush program into spusu SKN St. Pölten. This will make our team even stronger and more successful,” says Andrea Pichler, President of spusu SKN St. Pölten Women’s Football.

 

As Justin Miller, CEO of Rush Soccer, explains, “This collaboration will not only enhance the player pathway for girls in the Rush Soccer organization but also foster a sense of international camaraderie and cultural exchange. It’s a true partnership where we are sharing a name – spusu SKN St. Pölten Rush – a logo and most importantly, a legacy that we will build together.”

 

Raoul Voss, International Sporting Director for Rush Soccer, goes on to explain, “Through shared training opportunities, tournaments, and friendly matches, young athletes will have the chance to develop their skills while building relationships and experiencing the global nature of football. If a female Rush Soccer player aspires to become a professional, we’ve now paved the way to make that happen.”

Both Rush Soccer and spusu SKN St. Pölten Women’s Football are excited about the possibilities this partnership brings. Together, they aim to create a platform that empowers young girls, encourages their passion for the game, and prepares them for future success.

 

For more information about Rush Soccer and its programs, visit www.rushsoccer.com. Follow the progress of the partnership with spusu SKN St. Pölten Rush Women’s Football on social media by following the social media channels.

Former President, Current President, and Raoul Voss
(former President) Wilfried Schmaus, President Andrea Pichler spusu SKN Frauen Rush, Raoul Voss, International Sporting Director for Rush Soccer

About Rush Soccer
Formed in 1997, Rush Soccer is the largest youth soccer organization in the world with more than 55,000 players in 50 countries. Comprised of 125 clubs around the globe, Rush Soccer has cultivated a reputation of excellence on and off the field all while maintaining a local feel in the communities we serve. This expansive global footprint provides unparalleled opportunities for our entire playerbase to pursue pathways all the way to the highest level of professional soccer. Our breadth and depth of programs support our network of local clubs, coaches, staff, and partners.

 

Contact:
Rush Soccer
Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Kristina Simpson
Phone: 206-641-6576
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rushsoccer.com

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