NEWS and UPDATES
On April 2nd, South Bronx United organized the 2015 City Showcase Symposium at Baruch College to kickoff the City Showcase weekend that also included a youth soccer tournament on Randall’s Island. Read More on the SBU Blog.
The 2015 City Showcase, hosted by South Bronx United and Downtown United Soccer Club (DUSC), brought 93 boys and girls soccer teams, Under 15 through Under-19, to Randall's Island for two days of games in front of 70 college coaches. The tournament featured a diverse group of teams from across the greater New York City metropolitan area, as well as teams from New Jersey, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, and Canada. View a video recap of the event. The purpose of the City Showcase is open to teams across the city, state,...
Read our 2014 Annual Report to learn about the impact South Bronx United has had over the past year. Says Cesar Gonzalez, SBU Academy Class of 2014: "In the last five years, SBU has helped me focus on school and build better character on and off the field. SBU showed me the importance of education. It helped me improve my soccer skills as well as my grades. I have changed as a person and made it to college. SBU helped make that possible."
Alumnus Jeffrey Hado writes about his transition from South Bronx United to Morrisville State College where he is currently working towards a degree in Business Administration and competes on the men's soccer team. He is far from alone in making the transition from SBU to Morrisville, however.... Read the newest blog post, an Alumni Spotlight.
SBU Alumnus and Rochester Institute of Technology Freshman Guibel Marino is featured in our Alumni Spotlight, sharing experiences from her first semester in college with a letter to high school seniors. Read the letter on the SBU blog.
South Bronx United was selected as a featured charity project of the City in the Community Cityzens Giving initiative. New York City FC season ticket holders, as well as Manchester City fans, can directly support the South Bronx-New York project by investing dollars provided by the professional clubs. Watch the video which features two SBU Youth Council members, Jeffrey and Kalifalah.
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