Important Updates!

Click the following links for important information, standards and policies:

  • Heading the ball –>In an effort to comply with the PDI and new USYS Rule, the Board of Colorado Soccer Association has determined that in all matches and tournaments sanctioned by Colorado Soccer, deliberate heading of a ball in all 4 v. 4 and 7 v. 7 matches will not be allowed.
  • Concussion Policy–>Each member of Colorado Soccer, and any club or entity that enters teams into Colorado Soccer sponsored leagues [Sponsoring Entity], shall require each head coach and each assistant coach with whom the club or entity contracts or employs and who coaches a youth soccer activity [including practices] to complete an annual concussion recognition education course. Failure of a coach to complete an annual concussion recognition education course shall be grounds for discipline by Colorado Soccer.
  • CSA 9v9 Standards of play
  • CSA 7v7 Standards of play
  • CSA 4v4 Standards of play

Switchback Ticket Information:

Here’s the ticket link for Canon City so teams can purchase for the remainder of this season. The link is


New Blitz Bylaws are available for viewing. Click here.

Wear Blitz:

soccer shirtHere’s the link for Blitz Apparel.  Happy shopping. There’s something available for everyone in the family!


New US Soccer Mandates:

US Soccer has mandated new rules for the fall 2016 season. Our parent organization, Colorado Soccer Association, is implementing a new birth year age group matrix and small sided game standards for Fall 2016. Parents need to know their children will be placed as players by age group based on their birth year. Blitz is still looking at how this will effect our current teams. Also for teams U12 and below we will only be offering 9 v 9 as this is the new regulation.

If you would like to read up on these mandates, please click here for the US Soccer Changes FAQ’s and here for the USA Soccer Changes Fall 2016.