News
22 May

South Bronx United is the #POWEROF11! Watch the #POWEROF11 video. Be a part of the campaign by contributing $11 or more to help SBU provide college access, academic supporting, mentoring, and soccer programming for South Bronx and immigrant youth. The campaign will run from June 1st to June 11th, but you can donate now at www.crowdrise.com/powerof11.

News
15 May

South Bronx United will hold its 7th Annual Literacy Day on Saturday, May 20th. This scholarly event is held every year for the organization’s Recreational Soccer Program to encourage youth in the community to become active readers by making reading a daily part of their lives. SBU will be distributing more than 1,600 books at its Recreational Soccer Program sites at Macombs Dam Field, Mullaly Park, and South Bronx High School.

News
26 Mar

The SBU Rising Stars Girls U19 team traveled to the Washington, D.C. area for three days on March 23rd to complete in a soccer tournament, tour George Mason University, see the sights of the nation's capital, and bond as a team.

News
14 Mar

Eight years since our first kickoff, we continue to grow in the depth and reach of our programs. SBU now serves more than 1,000 young people annually. In the last five years, 100% of SBU Academy seniors have graduated high school and 94% have enrolled in college. SBU staff manages more than 50 immigrant legal cases each year and has helped 21 youth gain legal permanent residency. Read more in the South Bronx United 2016 Annual Report (Issuu | PDF)

News
01 Mar

SBU student-athlete Prince Amponsah, now playing at the New York City FC Youth Academy, has been called up to the US Soccer Youth National Team Boys U14 Camp in California! Prince first came to South Bronx United as a 7 year old and has had quite a journey to the National Team camp! Read New York City FC's announcement on the call-up.