Brian Broyles will be recognized as the Colorado Rapids' representative for the 2019 MLS WORKS Community MVP competition presented by Wells Fargo on July 31 at the 2019 MLS All-Star Game in Orlando, Florida.
Broyles is the head coach of the Rolling Rapids power soccer team. Wheelchair Power Soccer is a sport where players in modified power wheelchairs compete four vs four using an over-sized soccer ball. Three players are on offense and defense with one player playing as a keeper. This is the ONLY sport where players in power wheelchairs are 100 percent independent! They call the plays, they execute the play, and when they score its 100 percent by themselves. There isn’t a greater feeling to see these players succeed when they get to come together as a team and compete in this wonderful sport.
Brian Broyles was selected as the Rapids' representative for the 2019 MLS WORKS Community MVP competition because he demonstrates all of the qualities and a character that would merit the honor of being named a Community MVP.
If chosen as the Grand Prize winner of the 2019 MLS WORKS Community MVP competition presented by Wells Fargo, based on online and Twitter voting results, Broyles will receive a $25,000 donation to his selected charity.