News
22 Jun

21 SBU Academy Seniors have committed to colleges and universities across New York State, including Alfred University, Clarkson University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Sarah Lawrence College, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Oswego, and others. See the full list of commitments on the SBUnited! Blog.

News
01 Jun

Manchester City FC, including stars Yaya Toure, Eliaquim Mangala and Stevan Jovetic, visited South Bronx United's City in the Community program on May 30th. The program is a partnership with New York City FC to provide over 150 boys and girls with soccer programming and health and nutrition education. See photos from the event or read more here.

News
13 May

Over 500 boys and girls attend South Bronx United’s Recreational Program at Macombs Dam Park and Mullaly Park each Saturday to play soccer. On May 9th, they also had the opportunity to take home free books and experience the joy of reading as part of SBU’s annual Literacy Day. More than 1,000 books were donated to children as they also participated in reading groups. Read more.

News
30 Apr

The Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) has designated South Bronx United, Inc. as an agency with BIA recognition, allowing designated SBU staff to practice immigration law. This recognition will enable SBU to represent our youth, families, and the community in proceedings before Immigration Court and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This will help youth on the path towards college and careers and helps families provide a better life for their children.

News
06 Apr

South Bronx United welcomed 96 teams, over college soccer coaches, and nearly 2,000 youth soccer players from 4 states plus Canada to Baruch College and Randall's Island over three days for the 2015 City Showcase Symposium and Tournament. The event, hosted with partners Downtown United Soccer Club and supported by Growth Through Sport and the CUNY Athletic Conference, provided strong competition on the field, exposure to college soccer recruitment, and information on college access for youth soccer players with an emphasis on reaching those underrepresented in higher education and college soccer. Read More on the SBU Blog.