PAST GRANT RECIPIENTS

Past Grant Recipients

Throughout its history, the U.S. Soccer Foundation has made over $100 million available to groups in all 50 states to support the growth of soccer in the U.S. Since the first grants were awarded in the spring of 1995, the Foundation has issued over 600 grants to groups large and small in every corner of the nation. Hundreds of thousands of individuals have benefited from the Foundation's support and the need continues to grow.

 

U.S. Soccer Foundation Grant Recipients by Year

2015 2012 2009
2014 2011 2008
2013 2010 2007

 

The 2016 Grant Recipients:

  • Birmingham YMCA Youth Center - Birmingham, AL
  • Boston Parks & Recreation Department - Boston, MA
  • Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. - Cleveland, OH
  • Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy - Chattanooga, TN
  • City of Indio - Indio, CA
  • City of Mount Vernon - Mount Vernon, NY
  • City of Vista - Vista, CA
  • City of West Covina - West Covina, CA
  • East Baton Rouge Parish School System - Baton Rouge, LA
  • Edwardsburg Sports Complex - Edwardsburg, MI
  • Fort Smith Express Soccer - Fort Smith, AR
  • Hebrew Education Society (HES) - Brooklyn, NY
  • International Minority Hub - Bedford, NH
  • Jamestown Community Center - San Francisco, CA
  • New Brunswick Tomorrow - New Brunswick, NJ
  • Oakland University - Rochester, MI
  • Peter & Paul Community Services - St. Louis, MO
  • Pure Game - Aliso Viejo, CA
  • San Antonio Sports - San Antonio, TX
  • SeaTac United - SeaTac, WA
  • Sozo Sports of Central Washington - Yakima, WA
  • Special Olympics Massachusetts - Marlboro, MA
  • Thunder Plus / Higher Ground Academy - St. Paul, MN
  • West End Health Center - Cincinnati, OH

     

The 2015 Grant Recipients:

  • Algonquin Sports for Kids – Buffalo, NY
  • America SCORES Cleveland – Cleveland, OH
  • America SCORES New York – New York, NY
  • Angelo State University Foundation – San Angelo, TX
  • Asphalt Green – New York, NY
  • Berkshire Community College Foundation – Pittsfield, MA
  • Borough of Edgewater - Edgewater, NJ
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of the East Valley - Tempe, AZ (2 grants)
  • Calvert Soccer Association – Prince Frederick, MD
  • Cherry Valley-Springfield Central School – Cherry Valley, NY
  • City of Evanston – Evanston, IL
  • City of Garfield – Garfield, NJ
  • City of Glendora Community Services – Glendora, CA
  • City of Inglewood – Inglewood, CA
  • City of Perth Amboy – Perth Amboy, NJ
  • Coastal Outreach Soccer / Georgia Soccer Association – Brunswick, GA
  • Deputy Sheriffs' Activities League – San Leandro, CA
  • Detroit Edison Public School - Detroit, MI (2 grants)
  • Emerald Youth Foundation – Knoxville, TN
  • F.C. Nova, Inc. - Meridian, ID
  • FirstLine Schools, Inc. - New Orleans, LA
  • Georgia State Soccer Association – Atlanta, GA
  • Greenwood Family YMCA – Greenwood, SC
  • Guadalupe Centers, Inc. – Kansas City, MO
  • Housing Authority of the City of Newark - Newark, NJ
  • Inter-Tribal Sports, Inc. – Temecula, CA
  • Mercy Street - Dallas, TX
  • Nacogdoches Youth Soccer Association - Nacogdoches, TX
  • Ohio City Incorporated – Cleveland, OH
  • Omaha Salvation Army – Omaha, NE
  • P.F. Bresee Foundation – Los Angeles, CA
  • Park District of Forest Park - Forest Park, IL
  • Parks & People Foundation – Baltimore, MD
  • ReIMAGINE Mack Road Foundation - Sacramento, CA
  • Second Ward Futbol Club – El Paso, TX
  • St. Anthony School of Milwaukee - Milwaukee, WI
  • Stetson School, Inc. - Barre, MA
  • Street Soccer USA – San Francisco, CA
  • Tapestry Charter School – Buffalo, NY
  • Vision Soccer Academy of Waukee – Waukee, IA
  • YMCA of Greater Kansas City – Kansas City, MO
  • YMCA of Pierce and Kitsap Counties – Tacoma, WA
  • Zuni Youth Enrichment Project – Zuni, NM

     

The 2014 Grant Recipients:

  • Borough of Paramus (Paramus, NJ)
  • Boys & Girls Club of King County (Seattle, WA)
  • City of Bayonne (Bayonne, NJ)
  • City of Downey, Parks and Recreation Department (Downey, CA)
  • City of Firebaugh - Firebaugh, CA
  • City of Huntington Park (Huntington Park, CA)
  • City of Medford Parks & Recreation Department (Medford, OR)
  • Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Club (Denver, CO)
  • East Moline Silvis Soccer Club (EMSSC) (East Moline, IL)
  • IDEA Public Schools (Weslaco, TX)
  • New Orleans Recreation Development (NORD) Foundation (New Orleans, LA)
  • Ogden School Foundation (Ogden, UT) (2 grants)
  • Partnerships to Uplift Communities (Burbank, CA)
  • Savannah Hilton Head Youth Soccer Alliance (Pooler, GA)
  • Soccer Rapid City (Rapid City, SD)
  • Street Soccer USA (Sacramento, CA)
  • Visalia Unified School District (Visalia, CA)
  • WestSound FC (Silverdale, WA)

     

The 2013 Grant Recipients:

  • A Place Called Home (Los Angeles, CA)
  • American SCORES Cleveland (Cleveland, OH)
  • Arrowhead Youth Soccer Association (Duluth, MN)
  • Asphalt Green (Harlem, NY)
  • Bavarian Soccer Club (Glendale, WI)
  • Beyond Soccer (Lawrence, MA)
  • Boston Parks and Recreation Department (Boston, MA)
  • Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Georgia (Brunswick, GA)
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (Atlanta, GA)
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of South Central Alabama (Montgomery, AL)
  • Calvary Day School (Savannah, GA)
  • Camden City Board of Education (Camden, NJ) (2 grants)
  • Cascade Futbol Club (Salem, OR)
  • Challengers Boys & Girls Club (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Chicago Park District – Dunbar Field (Chicago, IL)
  • Chicago Park District – Kelly Park (Chicago, IL)
  • City and County of Denver Parks and Recreation (Denver, CO)
  • City of Denton Parks and Recreation (Denton, TX)
  • City of El Monte (El Monte, CA)
  • City of Hoboken (Hoboken, NJ)
  • City of Kenai (Kenai, AK)
  • City of Long Beach (Long Beach, CA)
  • City of Manhattan Beach (Manhattan Beach, CA)
  • City of McAllen (McAllen, TX)
  • City of Tamarac Parks and Recreation (Tamarac, FL)
  • City of Vermillion (Vermillion, SD)
  • City of Vista (Vista, CA)
  • City of Westfield (Westfield, IN)
  • City of Wynne Parks & Recreation (Wynne, AR)
  • City of Yuba City Parks and Recreation (Yuba City, CA)
  • College of Mount Saint Vincent (Bronx, NY)
  • Congaree Rapid Soccer Association (West Columbia, SC)
  • Detroit PAL (Detroit, MI)
  • E.L. Haynes Public Charter School (Washington, DC)
  • El Centro Hispano, Inc. (Durham, NC)
  • El Rancho Unified School District (Pico Rivera, CA)
  • Elm City Internationals (New Haven, CT)Esperanza Academy (Lawrence, MA)
  • Goal 4 Health (Loma Linda, CA)
  • Gonzo Soccer (Houston, TX)
  • Hacienda CDC (Portland, OR)
  • Help USA (New York, NY)
  • Houston Parks & Recreation Department (Houston, TX)
  • Inti Soccer Academy (Manchester, NH)
  • Jackie Joyner-Kersee Foundation (East St. Louis, IL)
  • Jersey City Recreation Foundation (Jersey City, NJ)
  • Joy of the People Foundation (Saint Paul, MN)
  • Kids in Sports (Los Angeles, CA)
  • McFarland Unified School District (McFarland, CA)
  • Natomas Unified School District (Sacramento, CA)
  • North Olmstead Stadium Foundation (North Olmsted, OH)
  • Notah Begay III Foundation (Santa Ana Pueblo, NM)
  • Project GOAL, Inc. (Providence, RI)
  • Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • SA Youth (San Antonio, TX)
  • Salinas Regional Sports Authority (Salinas, CA)
  • San Antonio Sports Foundation (San Antonio, TX)
  • Santa Cruz County FC Revolution (Santa Cruz, CA)
  • Soccer Without Borders (Boston, MA)
  • Soccer Without Borders (Oakland, CA)
  • South Bronx United, Inc. (Bronx, NY)
  • Southwest Youth Services (Albuquerque, NM)
  • St. Anthony School (Milwaukee, WI)
  • Stevensville Youth Soccer (Stevensville, MT)
  • Street Soccer USA (Chicago, IL)
  • Street Soccer USA (New York, NY)
  • The Salvation Army – Camden (Camden, NJ)
  • The Salvation Army – Red Shield Youth and Community Center (Los Angeles, CA)
  • THINK Together (Los Angeles, CA)
  • THINK Together Program (Santa Ana, CA)
  • Township of Union (Union, NJ)
  • Urban Initiatives, Inc. (Chicago, IL)
  • Utah Development Academy (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Voorhees Township (Voorhees, NJ)
  • Watts/Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club (Los Angeles, CA)
  • West Allis-West Milwaukee School District (West Allis, WI)
  • YALLA San Diego (San Diego, CA)
  • YMCA of Rome & Floyd County (Rome, GA)

     

The 2012 Grant Recipients:

  • Algonquin Sports for Kids (Buffalo, NY)
  • America SCORES Chicago (Chicago, IL
  • America SCORES New England, Inc. (Jamaica Plain, MA)
  • Arcade Creek Recreation and Park District (Sacramento, CA)
  • Arvin Union School District (Arvin, CA)
  • Aurora Public School District - Adams Arapahoe 28J (Aurora, CO)
  • Beyond Soccer, Inc. (Lawrence, MA)
  • Boys & Girls Club of Truckee Meadows (Reno, NV)
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee (Milwaukee, WI)
  • Centennial Soccer Club and Columbia River United FA (Gresham, OR)
  • Challenged Athletes Dream Complex (Victoria, TX)
  • Challengers Boys & Girls Club (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Charlotte Soccer Academy (Matthews, NC)
  • Chattanooga Sports Ministries (Chattanooga, TN)
  • Cincinnati United/Arsenal Soccer Club (Cincinnati, OH)
  • City and County of Denver - Parks and Recreation (Denver, CO)
  • City of Bell Gardens (Bell Gardens, CA)
  • City of Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT)
  • City of Sanger (Sanger, CA)
  • City of Yuma Parks and Recreation (Yuma, AZ)
  • Clark Park Coalition (Detroit, MI)
  • Crew Soccer Foundation (Columbus, OH)
  • Downtown Soccer Club (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Encinitas Soccer League (Encinitas, CA)
  • Friends of Grant Athletics, Inc. (Portland, OR)
  • Hancock Soccer Association, Inc. (Findlay, OH)
  • Hawthorne Park District (Cicero, IL)
  • Heart of Los Angeles Youth Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Helping Hand Rescue Mission (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Hollenbeck Police Activities League (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Kensington Soccer Club (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Kids in Sports(Los Angeles, CA)
  • KIPP DC (Washington, DC)
  • Lehigh Valley United, F.C. (Whitehall, PA)
  • McFarland Park and Recreation District (McFarland, CA)
  • Mother Caroline Academy and Education Center (Dorchester, MA)
  • National Sports Center Foundation (Blaine, MN)
  • New Britain Parks and Recreation Department (New Britain, CT)
  • Newburgh Armory Unity Center, Inc. (Newburgh, NY)
  • Oakland Unified School District (Oakland, CA)
  • Project GOAL Inc. (Providence, RI)
  • Rich May Foundation(Atherton, CA)
  • RYSL (Rochester, MI)
  • SEED School of Washington, D.C. (Washington, DC)
  • Soccer in the Streets (Atlanta, GA)
  • Soccer Sisters United, Inc. (Philadelphia, PA)
  • South Bronx United, Inc. (Bronx, NY)
  • Starfinder Foundation            (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Take the Field (Chicago, IL)
  • The JT Dorsey Foundation (Harrisburg, PA)
  • The Salvation Army - Red Shield Youth & Community Center (Los Angeles, CA)
  • United Neighborhood Organization (Chicago, IL)
  • Urban Initiatives, Inc.(Chicago, IL)
  • Urban Ministry Center (Charlotte, NC)
  • Urban Ventures (Minneapolis, MN)
  • Washington Jesuit Academy (Washington, DC)
  • Westside Metros Soccer Club(Beaverton, OR)
  • William Trippley Youth Development Foundation (Wallingford, PA)

     

The 2011 Program and Field Grant Recipients: 

  • America SCORES (New York, NY)
  • Blackhills Community Soccer Complex (Tumwater, WA)
  • Breakaway College Access Project (Freedom, CA)
  • Canoga Park High School (Canoga Park, CA)
  • Carlisle Soccer Club (Carlisle, IA)
  • Central California Blues (Bakersfield, CA)
  • Central Delaware Soccer Association (Dover, DE)
  • Charter School of Applied Technologies (Buffalo, NY)
  • City of Columbia Parks and Recreation Department (Columbia, SC)
  • City of Independence Parks and Recreation (Independence, MO)
  • City of Miami, Florida (Miami, FL)
  • City of North Miami (North Miami, FL)
  • City of Orange Cove (Orange Cove, CA)
  • City of San Bernardino (San Bernardino, CA)
  • City of Santa Maria Recreation and Parks Department (Santa Maria, CA)
  • Clarkston Community Center (Clarkston, GA)
  • EdVantages (Columbus, OH)
  • Fairfax County Park Authority (Fairfax, VA)
  • First Chernomorets USA, Inc (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Friends of New Orleans Recreation Department (New Orleans, LA)
  • Help USA (New York, NY)
  • Highland Park Commons (Chattanooga, TN)
  • Hispanics Against Child Abuse and Neglect (HACAN) (Fairfax, VA)
  • John Avery Boys and Girls Club (Durham, NC)
  • Jovenes Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Kleberg County Parks & Recreation (Kingsville, TX)
  • Lighthouse Community Charter School (Oakland, CA)
  • Mattie Rhodes Center (Kansas City, MO)
  • Miami-Dade County Public Schools (Miami, FL)
  • Nether Providence Athletic Assoc. Soccer (Media, PA)
  • New Britain Parks and Recreation Department (New Britain, CT)
  • NorthStar Soccer Club (Birmingham, AL)
  • Notah Begay III Foundation (Santa Ana Pueblo, NM)
  • Omaha Housing Authority Foundation, Inc. (Omaha, NE)
  • Palmetto United Futbol Club (Fort Mill, SC)
  • Parker School (Kamuela, HI)
  • San Francisco Recreation and Park Dept (San Francisco, CA)
  • Stonestown Family YMCA (San Francisco, CA)
  • The Sanneh Foundation (Eden Prairie, MN)
  • Think Detroit Police Athletic League, Inc. (Detroit, MI)
  • Ultimate Goal Ministries (Nashville, TN)
  • Washington Youth Soccer (Federal Way, WA)
  • Windsor Locks Public Schools (Windsor Locks, CT)
  • YMCA of Greater Richmond (Richmond, VA)
  • YMCA of Southern West Virginia Inc. (Beckley, WV)
  • Youth Speak Collective (Pacoima, CA)

 

2011 Footprint Fields Grant Recipients:

  • Chicago Public Schools (Chicago, IL)
  • City of San Bruno (San Bruno, CA)
  • Concordia University - Portland (Portland, OR)
  • Cordova Recreation and Park District (Rancho Cordova, CA)
  • Enlace Chicago (Chicago, IL)
  • Indiana University - Michael A. Carroll Track & Soccer Stadium (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Kansas City Soccer Foundation (Kansas City, MO)
  • Madison Area Youth Soccer Association (Madison, WI)
  • Michigan Wolves (Detroit, MI)
  • Northside Independent School District (San Antonio, TX)
  • Parkways Foundation (Chicago, IL)
  • Salt Lake City Corporation (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • St. Benedict's Preparatory School (Newark, NJ)
  • The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division (Chicago, IL)
  • Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (Beaverton, OR)
  • West Aurora High School (Aurora, IL)
  • Widener University (Chester, PA)

     

2010 Soccer for Success Grant Recipients:

  • Cal South (Los Angeles, CA)
  • United for D.C. (Washington, D.C.)
  • Illinois Youth Soccer (Chicago, IL)
  • Houston Parks and Recreation Department (Houston, TX)

     

2010 Program and Field Enhancement Grant Recipients:

  • Champions For Our Community, Inc. (Springdale, AR)
  • El Centro Police Activities League (El Centro, CA)
  • Imperial County Office of Education (El Centro, CA)
  • Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) (Los Angeles, CA)
  • LA Red Shield (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Youth Policy Institute (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Youth Speak Collective (Pacoima, CA)
  • City of San Bernardino Parks, Recreation and Community Services (San Bernardino, CA)
  • Resource Center for Nonviolence (Santa Cruz, CA)
  • James Irwin Charter Schools (Colorado Springs, CO)
  • Board of Parks Commissioners/City of New Haven, Department of Parks, Recreation & Trees (New Haven, CT)
  • YMCA of Coastal Georgia (Savannah, GA)
  • Town of Yorktown, Indiana (Yorktown, IN)
  • The Friends of Patterson Park (Baltimore, MD)
  • Washtenaw County Community Support and Treatment Services (Ann Arbor, MI)
  • Pillsbury United Communities (PUC) (Minneapolis, MN)
  • City of Rocky Mount Parks & Rec. (Rocky Mount, NC)
  • National Intercollegiate Soccer Officials Association Foundation Fund (Cape May , NJ)
  • First Chernomorets USA, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Cardinal Stritch High School/Kateri Catholic School System (Oregon, OH)
  • The JT Dorsey Foundation (Harrisburg, PA)
  • Kennett Area Park Authority (Kennett Square, PA)
  • City of El Paso (El Paso, TX)

     

2010 Footprint Fields Grant Recipients:

  • City of Huntington Park (Huntington Park, CA)
  • Columbus Crew Soccer Foundation (Columbus, OH)
  • Academy for Urban School Leadership (Chicago, IL)
  • Chicago Fire Foundation (Chicago, IL)
  • University of Southern Maine (Gorham, ME)
  • Saint Paul Parks and Recreation (Saint Paul, MN)
  • The City of Albany (Albany, NY)
  • The Salvation Army of Greenville County Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center (Greenville, SC)
  • Houston Parks Board (Houston, TX)

     

2009 Program and Field Enhancement Grant Recipients:

  • NorthStar Soccer Club (Birmingham, AL)
  • North of the River (Bakersfield, CA)
  • City of Fresno, PARCS Department (Fresno, CA)
  • Heart of Los Angeles, Inc. (Los Angeles, CA) *
  • Jovenes, Inc. (Los Angeles, CA) ‡‡
  • America SCORES Denver (Denver, CO) ▲
  • Capitol Community Soccer Club (Washington, DC)▲
  • District of Columbia Parks and Recreation (Washington, DC)
  • YMCA of the Suncoast (Clearwater, FL)
  • City of Fort Myers (Fort Myers, FL)
  • America SCORES Chicago (Chicago, IL) ▲
  • YMCA of Greater Kansas City (Kansas City, MO) ‡
  • City of Willard (Willard, MO)
  • Just One Neighborhood Program (Newark, NJ) ***
  • Southwest Youth Services (Corrales, NM)
  • Catholic Charities (Gresham, OR)
  • Allentown Youth Soccer Club (Coopersburg, PA)
  • Anderson Monarchs Girls Youth Soccer Club (Philadelphia, PA) **
  • Raising Hope, Inc. (Providence, RI)
  • St. Anthony School (Florence, SC)
  • Houston Parks and Recreation Department (Houston, TX)
  • Milwaukee Wave of Kindness (Milwaukee, WI)


*Alan I. Rothenberg Award
**Ann & Jim Hamilton Award
***Charlie Stillitano, Jr. Award
‡Mooch Myernick Fund
‡‡David Vanole Memorial Fund
▲MLS Players Union

 

2009 FieldTurf Field Grant Recipients:

  • City of Inglewood (Inglewood, CA)
  • Metropolitan Oval Foundation (Queens, NY)
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation (Seattle, WA)
  • Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation (Vancouver, WA)
  • FC Milwaukee (Butler, WI)

     

2008 Program and Field Enhancement Grant Recipients:

  • Boys and Girls Club of El Dorado (El Dorado, AR)
  • Randolph Soccer Club (Tucson, AZ)
  • Yuma Elementary School District #1 (Yuma, AZ.)
  • Central City Soccer Association - Heart of Los Angeles Youth (Los Angeles, CA) *
  • Youth Policy Institute (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Hollenbeck Police Athletic League (Manhattan Beach, CA)‡‡
  • Central American Refugee Committee (Oakland, CA)
  • Oakland Soccer Club (Oakland, CA)
  • Feather River Recreation & Park District (Oroville, CA)
  • San Francisco Bay Area Council (San Leandro, CA)
  • Bay Area SCORES (San Francisco, CA)
  • New Haven Youth Soccer (New Haven, CT)
  • Town of Cutler Bay (Cutler Bay, FL)
  • Soccer in the Streets (Atlanta, GA)
  • City of Winterset and Winterset Area Soccer Club (Winterset, IA)
  • Les Bois Soccer Association (Meridian, ID)
  • Chicago SCORES (Chicago, IL)
  • Southwest Youth Collaborative (Chicago, IL)
  • Pike Youth Soccer Club, Inc. (Indianapolis, IN)
  • LaSalle Council, BSA (South Bend, IN)
  • Baton Rouge Soccer Association (Baton Rouge, LA)
  • CSA - Carrollton Soccer Association (New Orleans, LA)
  • CityKicks (Dorchester, MA) **
  • Parks & People (Baltimore, MD)
  • Think Detroit PAL (Detroit, MI)
  • Total Soccer of Springfield (Springfield, MO)
  • Metro Strikers Soccer Club (St. Louis, MO)
  • Vicksburg Soccer Organization (Vicksburg, MS)
  • Urban Ministry Center (Charlotte, NC)
  • Swansboro Soccer Association (Stella, NC)
  • Franklin Township Youth Soccer Association (Williamstown, NJ)
  • Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency (Cincinnati, OH)
  • Gladden Community House (Columbus, OH)
  • Oklahoma City Police Athletic League (Oklahoma City, OK)
  • Philadelphia Department of Recreation (Philadelphia, PA)***
  • Project GOAL, Inc. (Providence, RI) ‡
  • Albion Hurricanes Football Club (Houston, TX)
  • Aldine Y.O.U.T.H. Community Center (Houston, TX)
  • McReynolds Middle School Sparks Park (Houston, TX)
  • Humble ISD (Humble, TX)
  • Middlesex Family YMCA (Hartfield, VA)
  • The Eddie Pope Foundation (Manassas, VA)
  • Metro Parks Tacoma (Tacoma, WA)

*Alan I. Rothenberg Award
**Ann & Jim Hamilton Award
***Charlie Stillitano, Jr. Award
‡Mooch Myernick Fund
‡‡David Vanole Memorial Fund

 

2008 All Conditions Fields Grant Recipients

  • SCPASA (Pasadena, CA)
  • City of Vista (Vista, CA)
  • OnGoal, LLC (Leawood, KS.)
  • Friends of Missoula Parks (Missoula, MT)
  • Greensboro Youth Soccer (Greensboro, NC)
  • Essex County Department of Parks (Newark, NJ)
  • McLean Youth Soccer Association (McLean, VA)

     

2007 Program and Field Enhancement Grant Recipients

  • All Stars Youth Association dba Volcano Soccer Club (Philadelphia, PA)
  • America SCORES Miami (Miami, FL)
  • Atlanta Youth Soccer Association (Atlanta, GA)
  • Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (Tampa, FL)
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Augusta (Augusta, GA)
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Topeka (Topeka, KS)
  • Calverton Soccer Club (Sunshine, MD)
  • Capitol Community Soccer Club (Washington, DC)
  • Chicago SCORES (Chicago, IL)
  • City of Rocky Mount (Rocky Mount, NC)
  • CityKicks! (Dorchester, MA)
  • Creswell School District (Creswell, OR)
  • Dallas Texans Soccer Club (Farmers Branch, TX)
  • Durham Parks and Recreation Department (Durham, NC)
  • Ebony City Soccer Club (Charleston, SC)
  • First Chernomorets (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Frank Callen Boys & Girls Clubs (Savannah, GA)
  • Worcester Common Ground, Inc. (Worchester, MA)
  • Friends of Takoma Recreation Center (Washington, DC)
  • Indianapolis Public Schools (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Massachusetts Youth Soccer Association (Boston, MA)
  • Metro Parks & Recreation (Nashville, TN)
  • National Sports Center for the Disabled (Denver, CO0
  • Orange County Recreation and Parks Department (Mebane, NC)
  • Rauner Family YMCA (Chicago, IL)
  • Southern California Youth Soccer Organization (Los Angeles, CA)
  • Southwest Youth Services, Inc. (Corrales, NM)
  • Starfinder Foundation (Philadelphia, PA)
  • Talcott Fine Arts and Museum Academy (Chicago, IL)
  • The Friends of Patterson Park (Baltimore, MD)
  • Think Detroit PAL (Detroit, MI)
  • United Neighborhood Organization (UNO) (Chicago, IL)
  • Vanguard Ministries dba Cascade Surge (Salem/Keizer, OR)
  • Village of Obetz (Obetz, OH)
  • West Allis West Milwaukee School District (West Allis, WI)

     

2007 All Conditions Fields Grant Recipients:

  • Arlington, VA (Arlington, VA)
  • Central Coast Soccer Association (Lincoln City, OR)
  • City of Newark (Newark, NJ)
  • City of Pomona (Pomona, CA)
  • City of Vista (Vista, CA)
  • Jungman Elementary (Chicago, IL)
  • Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority (Los Angeles CA)
  • Multicultural Career Intern Program (Washington DC,)
  • New Bedford Youth Soccer Inc. (New Bedford, MA)
  • New York City Department of Parks & Recreation (Flushing, NY)
  • Pinnacle Sports (Medina, OH)
  • Prince William Soccer Inc. (Woodbridge, VA)
  • Scott Gallagher Soccer Club (Maryland Heights, MO)
  • Taos Youth Soccer League, Incorporated (Taos, NM)
  • Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District (Beaverton, OR)
  • University of Bridgeport (Bridgeport, CT)

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    CHA Sports, the Foundation's Supplier for Soccer Facility Design and Planning Services, provides community partners with expertise in soccer facility design. CHA Sport's full service approach allows the company to build world-class projects without breaking budgets. For more information, please visit chacompanies.com

  • Hunter

    Hunter Industries, the Foundation's National Partner for Irrigation Equipment, is one of the world's leading manufacturers of irrigation equipment for turf, landscape and soccer fields.  Hunter Industries' focus is on landscape irrigation with a significant part of its business centering on the proper care and maintenance of sports turf. For more information, please visit hunterindustries.com. Please contact Lynda Wightman, 406-273-3073, lynda.wightman@hunterindustries.com with any questions regarding the U.S. Soccer Foundation's grants program.

  • Kwik Goal

    Kwik Goal, the Foundation’s Official Supplier for goals, seating, boundary equipment, training equipment and coaching accessories, will be supporting a variety of Foundation programs and initiatives including: Soccer for Success, National Training and the Safe Places to Play program. Over thirty years ago, Kwik Goal was founded on the revolutionary concept of providing transportable goals for coaches at all age levels. Since that time, Kwik Goal has continued to focus on helping coaches and soccer programs create safe and dynamic learning environments by supplying high quality, safety tested soccer goals, field equipment and training equipment to the domestic and international market. For more information, please visit Kwikgoal.com.

  • Musco

    Musco Lighting, the Foundation's National Partner for Sports Lighting, has specialized in the design and manufacture of athletic field lighting for over 35 years.  Musco’s newest innovation, Light-Structure GreenTM, offers significant advantages for your budget and the environment — operating costs are cut in half, spill light is reduced by 50%, and 100% of your maintenance costs are covered for 25 years. To request your free copy of Sports Lighting: Answers to 7 Common Questions, please visit www.musco.com. Please contact Mike Shindler at mike.shindler@musco.com with any questions regarding the U.S. Soccer Foundation's grants program.

  • Nike

    NIKE, Inc., the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s National Partner for Athletic Apparel, supports the Foundation and its programs by providing Nike apparel to kids in underserved communities. Nike believes in the power of sport to unlock human potential and is committed to providing access to sport and physical activity  for kids to help set them up for success for life. For more information, please visit http://about.nike.com/pages/community-impact

  • SCORE Sports

    SCORE Sports, the preferred provider of shin guards to the Foundation’s Soccer for Success program, is a family-owned and operated business specializing in sports equipment, uniforms and apparel. SCORE is an industry leader and has been involved in the sports community for over 40 years. SCORE outfits athletes with high-quality uniforms that SCORE develops, designs and manufactures in the U.S. SCORE takes pride in working with various non-profit groups and causes to give back to athletes who may need some extra support to play the game they love. SCORE is environmentally cautious with the materials it uses for its products and does its part in minimizing our environmental footprint. SCORE proudly offers a wide variety of products to provide customers with a one-stop shop for all your soccer needs. For more information, please visit scoresports.com.

  • Soccer.com

    Soccer.com, the Foundation's National Partner for Soccer Equipment and Uniforms, was founded in 1984 to provide high quality soccer gear at reasonable prices through its nationally circulated catalog. Soccer.com embodies a passion for the game that extends to the people who play, coach and support soccer. For more information, please visit soccer.com.

  • Sport Court

    Sport Court®, the Foundation's Supplier for Futsal Surfaces, has been the industry leader in modular athletic flooring for over 30 years. With more than 50,000 installations worldwide, and the largest and most experienced network of authorized dealers, Sport Court® delivers innovative, durable, high-performance solutions for a variety of sports and activities. For more information, please visit sportcourt.com. Please contact Joel McCausland at jmccausland@sportcourt.com for any questions regarding the U.S. Soccer Foundation's grants program.

  • TGI Worldwide

    TGI Worldwide, the Foundation’s National Partner for Visual Branding (Signage, Event Décor, Pageantry, Sponsorship Activation), Perimeter Field Board Systems, Creative Services and Event Operations is proud to support a variety of initiatives and programs throughout the United States. Headquartered in the U.S., TGI is an internationally recognized sports marketing company delivering high profile Visual Branding, Live Event Management, LED, and cutting edge Digital Sports Applications to enrich the experience at major events and deliver commercial impact for sponsors and partners. The company has a 20-year history in providing its various solutions for many top-tier domestic and international events, organizations, teams and companies, with proven success and turn-key solutions across 1000+ events, 160+ cities and 50+ countries globally.

    For more information on our services, please visit www.worldwidetgi.com or contact Mike Squire at msquire@worldwidetgi.com / Phone: 312-371-5852.

  • World Soccer Shop

    Launched in 2001, World Soccer Shop is an online soccer retailer based in Birmingham, Alabama. It carries one of the world’s widest selections of officially-licensed products from the sport’s top brands and teams. World Soccer Shop is passionate about soccer and endeavors to spread the beautiful game around the world, especially to those in areas of need. For more information, please visit www.worldsoccershop.com.

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