Are your kids getting lost in the “Big Club” Shuffle?
Come join the Denver Kickers.

Located in scenic Golden, Colorado we offer:

  • A personalized experience for our players-they’re not just a number to us
  • Very reasonable league fees vs. the “big clubs”
  • Regular training session with Terry “Cookie” Cooke who played professionally for Manchester United, Manchester City and Colorado Rapids
  • Experienced and licensed coaches
  • Teams in all CSA levels of play
  • Best clubhouse in the city, including video meeting room

Competitive Soccer

  • Boys and girls born in 2000-2008 – U11-U19
  • Player placement by birth year
  • Tryouts after Memorial Day 2019-dates to be announced

Click here to register for competitive team tryout or member login

Tryout Schedule

* Please check in at least 30 minutes prior to tryouts.

May 28 4:15pm-6pm U11 Girls (2009) – U12 Girls (2008) Kickers Club House
May 28 6pm-7:45pm  U11 Boys (2009) – U12 Boys (2008) Kickers Club House
May 29  4:15pm-6pm U13 Girls (2007) Kickers Club House
May 29 6pm-7:45pm U13 Boys (2007) Kickers Club House
May 30  4:15pm-6pm U14 Girls (2006) Kickers Club House
May 30  4:15pm-6pm U16 Girls (2004) Fairmount Park
May 30 6pm-7:45pm U14 Boys (2006) Kickers Club House
May 30 6pm-8pm U17- U19 Girls (2003-2001) Fairmount Park
May 31  4:15pm-6pm U15 Girls (2005) Kickers Club House
May 31 6pm-7:45pm U15 Boys (2005) Kickers Club House

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Cookie’s Free Pre-Tryout Clinics Week of May 22nd.

Come meet Terry “Cookie” Cooke, enjoy a 90 minute clinic and tour the Denver Kickers facility.

Click here to view Clinic dates

Continuing to meet the two basic needs of the athlete:

  1. The player must have the opportunity to learn The Game in a manner which will allow continued enjoyment of soccer for as long as he or she wishes to play. This includes:
    • Developing a solid foundation in the skills of the game.
    • Learning to recognize and solve the small group situations that are the building blocks of team play.
    • Acquiring a repertoire of effective soccer habits.
  2. The program must also focus on the additional benefits of participation in sports. These personal and social rewards come from what athletes learn about such things as commitment, dedication and discipline, fair play and sportsmanship, integrity, perseverance, facing challenges, resilience, accepting responsibility, pursuing excellence and developing an appreciation of the competitive process.

Our obligation in those two areas, to the player and the person, is as important for the athletes whose future lies with youth and adult recreational teams as it is for the potential National Team member. Players who commit their time and effort to this endeavor are entitled to, and can expect with the Club and its Teams, a program of the same high quality without regard to the soccer level of the group with which they play their games. While there is a significant focus within this program on preparing players for success at higher levels of play, Denver Kickers Youth Soccer remains committed to offering any dedicated player the chance to reach the Vision of Greatness that is found in the individual athlete’s highest competitive potential.


16776 W 50th Ave
Golden, CO 80403

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