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    Do you love Colorado Rapids? The Colorado Soccer FC Rush is now available to you for FREE but for a *Limited Time*! Now you can catch the Colorado Rapids game!

    Features of this app include:

    * Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) News
    * Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) Videos
    * Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) Photos
    * Fan Wall
    * Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) Shop
    * Talk Smack Against Other Teams
    * Connect Easily With Mobile Rush
    * Major League Soccer (MLS) Scores
    * Major League Soccer (MLS) Tables
    * Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) Schedule
    * Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) Squad
    * and MORE!

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    The history of Colorado Rapids Soccer (Football) from Wikipedia.

    Colorado Rapids is an American professional soccer club based in the Denver suburb of Commerce City, Colorado, which competes in Major League Soccer (MLS). It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, having competed in the league since its inception.

    Colorado won the MLS Cup for the first time in 2010. The Rapids reached the final once before, in 1997, which they lost to D.C. United. They also reached the final of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup in 1999.

    Colorado played its home games at the Mile High Stadium in Denver from 1996 to 2001, and then at Invesco Field at Mile High in 2002, before moving to their current home, Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, prior to the beginning of the 2007 season.

    The Colorado Rapids were one of the ten founding clubs of Major League Soccer, owned and operated by the Anschutz Corporation (later AEG). The inaugural 1996 season was a forgettable one for Colorado. Despite fielding experienced players like Shaun Bartlett, Chris Henderson, Chris Woods, Roy Wegerle and Marcelo Balboa, and English Head Coach Bob Houghton, the team finished dead last in the Western Conference with the worst record in the league. Balboa went down in history as the first player ever to score for the club and also the first ever player to record a goal at their home of Mile High Stadium in their first home match in 1996.

    The complexion of the team changed dramatically for the following season with new head coach Glenn Myernick and a new General Manager, Dan Counce. Myernick and Counce brought new faces to the squad including Paul Bravo, Wolde Harris, Ross Paule, and keeper Marcus Hahnemann. The team struggled early on, but rallied to grab a postseason spot. The Rapids pulled off two major upsets and advanced to the 1997 MLS Cup final. Chris Henderson scored a mid-air volley past Dallas keeper Mark Dodd in the 87th minute in the Western Conference final, ensuring Colorado's place in the MLS Cup final. They scored in the Cup thanks to a goal by Adrián Paz but lost the final 2–1 to D.C. United.

    Colorado continued on a roller coaster of success, but mostly disappointment: Myernick brought in more new players including Anders Limpar and Marcus Hahnemann and the club made it to the 1999 US Open Cup final, only to be upset 2–0 by the Rochester Raging Rhinos.

    The 2000 season boasted two of the more memorable moments in Rapids history. The first was Marcelo Balboa's famous bicycle kick which garnered the Goal of the Year. The second was clinching a playoff spot in the final game of the season against the Los Angeles Galaxy, with Paul Bravo scoring in the 97th minute.