News
29 Apr

Help South Bronx United reach more children, youth, and immigrant families by contributing to our 2016 Annual Campaign. Reaching $30,000 by June 30th will enable SBU to add a new SBU Academy girls cohort and grow its programs on the field and in the classroom. Make a positive impact on the South Bronx community today!

News
14 Apr

"On an unseasonably warm March afternoon, the astro turf alongside Yankee Stadium buzzed with young soccer players getting their blood running after a day seated in school. English, Spanish, French, and Mandingo filled the air...." Read more about South Bronx United in this in-depth profile through the "What Kids Can Do" blog.

News
01 Apr

South Bronx United hosted its 7th annual college showcase soccer tournament on March 25th and 26th at Randall's Island. The 2016 City Showcase Tournament provided 75 teams and more than 1,300 boys and girls youth soccer players from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Virginia, and Quebec with strong competition and exposure to college soccer recruitment. Particular emphasis is given towards providing inner city and minority youth, who are underrepresented in higher education and college soccer, a platform to reach college. College soccer coaches attended from a wide range of schools. The City Showcase is a partnership between South Bronx United and Downtown United Soccer Club. For more information visit cityshowcasetournament.org.

News
01 Mar

After seven years, we felt South Bronx United's accomplishments, growth, and mission should be better reflected in our brand identity. SBU is much larger than soccer, offering academic, leadership, and life skills for its international community of student-athletes. With the help of our friends at M Style Marketing, SBU has designed a new logo to embody this identity. We hope that our youth and supporters will wear this with pride. Please take in our new emblem while reading about our programs and accomplishments from the past year in South Bronx United's 2015 Annual Report.

News
27 Jan

South Bronx United's City in the Community program is a proud recipient of the Cityzens Giving project through New York City FC and the City Football Foundation. Thanks to 85,000 fans worldwide who took part in the campaign, SBU has received funding to continue weekend soccer programming and afterschool health and nutrition education at three sites in the South Bronx. South Bronx United's trained youth leaders deliver the programming, serving as coaches, referees, and program coordinators. Learn more about SBU-CITC and Cityzens Giving at nycfc.com