Newtonville, Mass., February 16, 2021 — Northeast Rush Soccer today announced a new technology partnership with LeagueApps, the operating system and community for youth and local sports leaders. Led by president Danielle Athanasiadis, Northeast Rush Soccer is committed to being a uniquely coach-run organization focused on developing unparalleled soccer experiences for all. The Rush Way – “Where the Trail of Passion and Purpose Meet, Begins the Path to Victory” – embodies those organizational philosophies.
“We are thrilled to partner with LeagueApps as their vision and ability to be forward thinking is what attracted our organization to them,” said Craig Thomas, CEO, Northeast Rush Soccer. “We are excited for what this partnership can become in the coming weeks, months and years ahead.”
This new partnership, set to begin in Spring 2021, will service a world class multi-platform technology experience for the Northeast Rush Soccer players and their families – a community built by making soccer a pleasant, safe and rewarding experience for everyone involved, regardless of age or ability. LeagueApps, which shares that vision for the youth soccer culture through its award-winning FundPlay program, will deliver the Rush community its robust platform, including player registration and advanced data security, website design and development, a custom Northeast Rush mobile app and integrated solutions for player and coach health, safety and training.
In addition to its home headquarters in Massachusetts, Rush Soccer also operates clubs in Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island and has developed key international partnerships in Greece.
“We are proud to collaborate with Northeast Rush, one of the most entrepreneurial soccer organizations in the world,” said Craig McGinn, general manager of soccer at LeagueApps. “Our mission is to provide creative and customizable solutions for soccer clubs also committed to building a future of accessibility and excellence for the sport. Bringing our fully integrated platform to the entire Northeast Rush community will mark a great first step in what we know will be an amazing partnership.”