15 Jul

Follow the instructions below to order your gear:

• Go to
• On the right-hand side of the page, go to Club or School Spiritwear Only
• In the club drop-down menu, select “South Bronx United" and click Submit
• Follow prompts to place an order

For any questions regarding your account, contact
Upper 90 Team Customer Service:
Phone: 646-416-9826
Customer Service Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-6pm

02 Jul

South Bronx United's annual adult soccer tournament is on Saturday, August 17, 2019. The competition format will change this year to 5v5 on small-sided fields, with each team guaranteed three games and a chance to advance to knockout rounds. Instead of a registration fee, teams of supporters will raise critical funds for the organization by meeting a fundraising goal of $500. Individuals can also register as "Free Agents" by paying or fundraising $100. For more information and to register, visit

01 Jul

Registration is now open to all players for our fall season of Recreational Soccer, which begins Saturday, September 7. SBU runs recreational soccer programs at three sites and space is limited:

Macombs Dam Field: coed ages 4-5, girls ages 6-7, and boys ages 8-15
Mullaly Park: girls ages 8-19 and boys ages 16-19
Patterson Park: boys ages 8-12

Complete a registration form at
Please email or call (718) 404-9281 if you need additional assistance.

09 Jun

South Bronx United is hosting ID clinics for all youth born from 2002-2010 beginning on Tuesday, June 11th. ID Clinics are an opportunity for all youth in the South Bronx and surrounding areas to experience a practice session from one of South Bronx United's coaching staff. Some players may be invited to attend a practice with one of our competitive travel teams in the Select Soccer or SBU Academy programs. See times and location below depending on birth year of participant. Click here to see times and location below depending on birth year of participant.

07 Jun

The U.S. Soccer Foundation, the national model for sports-based youth development programs in underserved communities, awarded grant to South Bronx United and four other organizations to fund the growth of girls soccer programming. The $17,000 grant will focus on increasing engagement in the borough’s African-American and African immigrant communities. Read more.