Valley Rush is one of the San Fernando Valley’s premiere youth sports organizations. We offer a year-round selection of sports including track & field, football, cheerleading and basketball. We welcome athletes from the ages of 4-17 to participate in our programs.
San Fernando Valley Rush aspires to be an outstanding educational-athletic organization that provides a high-quality experience to every athlete. As a proud member of the Gold Coast Youth Football League (GCYFL) we are excited to bring decades of high-caliber coaching experience to the athletes of the San Fernando Valley in the form of tackle football.
The upcoming 2019 season is destined to be our greatest yet! We have more teams than ever and the rosters are filling up at an unbelievable pace. Below are some FAQs:
Q: How do I sign up?
A: Below are links to the player application and mandatory physical as well as a link to make the payment. Please note the name of your child/ren when making the payment.
- Complete the registration form: RUSH_Football_Player_Application
- Have a physician complete the physical form prior to 7/15/19: Physical_Form
- Make payment here: Online payment site
- Bring paperwork to any June practice or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: When is the next sign-up date?
A: Our final sign up date is Wednesday, June 26th from 6 pm – 8 pm at Granada Hills Recreation Center aka Petit Park. Our rosters are limited to 22 players and teams are filling up rapidly so registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis.
Q: What is the registration fee? What does it include? Is there a sibling discount?
A: The registration cost for the season is $425 for football and $300 for cheer. We offer a $50 discount for each sibling. This fee includes a practice jersey, two game jerseys (one red and one white), and the use of game pants, shoulder pads, and a helmet with a standard chinstrap.
Athletes get to keep the practice jersey and the personalized white game jersey. All other equipment must be returned. In the event of loss or excessive damage (beyond normal wear and tear), replacement gear will be charged at the fair market value of the item at the time of purchase.
Below is the design for the new 2019 uniforms which will be unveiled at the June fitting date!
Q: When and where are practices?
A: In June, pre-season workouts will be held on Wednesdays from 6-8 pm at Granada Hills Recreation Center aka Petit Park. An additional day may be added.
Beginning Monday, July 15th, practices will be 5 days per week. 10 hours of practice is required before helmets will be distributed and an additional 10 hours is required before shoulder pads are handed out to each athlete.
Once school begins in August, practices will be Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6 pm – 8 pm at Petit Park.
Q: What additional items will I need?
A: Football players will also need the following equipment:
- Integrated football girdle
- Optional items include gloves, padded compression shirts, back flaps, etc.
Corporate Sponsorship Request
There are numerous areas of our program that present opportunities for improvement and renewed support. In order to ensure a successful program, we rely on local businesses that serve our community to provide sponsorships to help generate financial support for our program. Our athletes spend many long hours preparing to be the best they can be and are very deserving of your support. We appreciate any amount you can give and thank you in advance for your generous support! Please see the sponsorship opportunities available: RUSH Sponsorship Request
Generating success often relies on the groundwork that is laid in the off-season and pre-season. Coach Terrell, president of San Fernando Valley Rush, has put together a new speed and agility program geared for athletes looking to produce at the next level. This program allows athletes to enhance all the skills needed for sports: coordination, agility, acceleration, speed, power, balance and reaction.
The combination of speed, agility and speed endurance an athlete requires is determined by his or her sport. However, regardless of the event, there are several methods of training that are integral to developing a fast athlete. Although developing speed and agility is a long-term process, every step will help you gain an advantage over your competition. For youth athletes this involves focusing on:
- Proper acceleration, sprinting, and change-of-direction mechanics/technique
- Single and double leg strength and explosive power
- Good mobility (functional flexibility), especially in the hips and ankles
- Core stability and body control in all planes
- Speed and agility in sport-specific movements
- Pattern recognition and the ability to anticipate and react to cues
Coach Terrell’s training clinics are designed for the whole family and covers:
- Strength Training
- Power & Plyometrics
- Speed Training
- Lateral Skills & Agility
- Vertical Jump Technique
- Ladder Drills
- Core Training
- Form & Technique