NEWS and UPDATES
U15-U19 boys and girls teams and college coaches can now register to attend the 2015 City Showcase Tournament and Symposium, hosted by South Bronx United and Downtown United Soccer Club (DUSC). The event is open to teams across the city, state, and region, with an emphasis on reaching urban and minority high school students who are underrepresented in higher education. In addition to tournament games, the Symposium provides an informational evening around college access, admissions, soccer recruitment, and more. Visit cityshowcasetournament....
Sports Illustrated featured the story of SBU and U19 player Bakary. Read the article: A Teen from the Congo Finds a New Home on a South Bronx Soccer Team
South Bronx United held its 4th Annual Benefit at the Midtown Loft and Terrace in New York City on Tuesday, November 11th, raising $54,000 in net proceeds. 100% of the funds raised will go towards sustaining and expanding the nonprofit organization's youth development programs that combine soccer with mentoring, academic enrichment, college prep, leadership development, and support services. Read More.
Kevin Anchundia, 17, shares his team's experience from the 2014 Columbus Cup. Read the article on the sbUNITED! blog
South Bronx United hosted the 2014 Bronx Field Day & Health and Wellness Fair on September 6th in partnership with Legal Aid NYC and the Children's Aid Society. The event brought 500 children, youth, and families to Macombs Dam Field and featured training sessions from New York City FC and the New York Road Runners as well as clinics in basketball, football, fitness, and dance. Organizations and institutions including the Bronx District Public Health Office, American Heart Association, South Bronx Health Center, Westchester Square Physical Therapy, and more were on hand providing...
For the fourth consecutive summer, South Bronx United’s Summer Soccer Scholars took to the classroom, the soccer field, and even the water. The five-week program served 80 boys and girls, ages 11-18, most of whom participate in the SBU Academy program, and was held at the Urban Assembly School for Careers in Sports on the Mott Haven High School Campus. Read more on the SBU Blog.
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