Richmond Strikers Football’s debut is around the corner and we’re excited to offer a one of a kind program here in the Richmond area. Registration is now open the recreation flag fall season which kicks off on September 6!
Richmond Strikers Youth Rugby is excited to announce affiliation with James River Rugby Football Club. James River Rugby fields both men and women adult rugby teams. The men’s club is entering its 50th anniversary season, while the women’s team was established almost 20 years ago.
The Strikers Fall Lacrosse Program welcomes all levels of lacrosse experience. Beginners are welcome and encouraged to come! The goal is to develop players and build upon their fundamental skills and game techniques in an engaging and competitive atmosphere.
The Richmond Strikers are excited to announce the addition of Strikers Football to their athletic platform. The basis of the football program is designed around an educational approach to teach the game of football that translates into college and NFL football concepts.
The Richmond Strikers are excited to announce we will be hosting a Team First Soccer Academy Camp this summer, August 7 & 8, at Striker Park. This all-female camp will be coached by Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly and Tisha Hoch.
The Richmond United Boys Development Academy is proud to announce its senior class commitments for the 2018/2019 season. With 10 seniors committing to play soccer at the next level, this year marks one of Richmond United Boys largest commitment classes since the club’s inception in 2014.
Spend your Sunday nights developing the techniques and tactics needed to Own The Goal. Goalkeeper is a position that requires a unique skill set. In order to be the best goalkeeper you can be, you need to train those skills in an environment designed to develop both competence and confidence. Topics Include: Shot Stopping, Positioning, Dealing with Crosses and Balls in the Air, Distribution and 1v1’s
Strikers Alumnae Emily Emerson will be tackling a huge coast to coast run this summer to raise awareness, support, and hope for young adults battling cancer. Emerson was one of thirty-three people chosen through an application process to take on the 4,000 mile run from San Francisco to Boston for the Ulman Foundation’s 4K for Cancer program.