Clarkston FC: Let's Make Their Dream a Reality

Clarkston FC: Let's Make Their Dream a Reality

Last fall, Clarkston went undefeated to claim the State Division II Championship, earning an invitation to compete at the highest level in their division. Now, we’re bringing people together to make a real difference by raising the funds needed to send this team on a life-changing experience that will help shape them for years to come. And you can help in a meaningful way right now. 

“March To The Stadium”

Sons of Pitches FC and Soccer in the Streets are teaming up for the Champion The Youth Tournament, a seven- a side tournament. The main objective of the event is to raise funds to purchase tickets to an Atlanta United soccer game and provide cluster camps for the High School soccer teams from Washington High School, Carver High School, and Maynard Jackson High School soccer teams.

The Soccer Journey of Kwaku

From Station Soccer youth training on the weekends, 12-year-old Kwaku found his passion through Soccer in the Streets’ community-based programs. He now plays for the College Park Westside program under Coaches Abu Tommy, Adnan, and Kiambi Yamani. Additionally, Kwaku continues to practice one on one with Coach Joel on the weekends at Station Soccer. He has been with Soccer in the Streets for two years while attending Georgia Cyber Academy in South Atlanta.

Clarkston FC: Road to Regionals

Clarkston FC: Road to Regionals

Last fall, Clarkston went undefeated to claim the State Division II Championship, earning an invitation to compete at the highest level in their division. Now, we’re bringing people together to make a real difference by raising the funds needed to send this team on a life-changing experience that will help shape them for years to come. And you can help in a meaningful way right now. 

Station Soccer In Full Swing

Station Soccer is off to a great start in 2018, further validating the successes of 2017. This time last year, the first free trial adult soccer leagues were ending, and it was unclear if players would return for another paid season. Since then, over $50,000 has been raised for children in Atlanta through Station Soccer adult programming, including public and corporate leagues, adult pick-up, and private events and tournaments.

Vine City Thunder: A New Force on the Westside

Vine City, located two miles to the west of Downtown Atlanta, is one of the many communities of metro Atlanta where Soccer in the Streets has planted its seeds. Vine City Thunder, the resulting product of Soccer in the Streets’ programming, is a multi-cultural team in the heart of the Westside, providing an outlet for kids around the area to fall in love with the beautiful game while shaping their personalities off the field. The sessions are a part of the Soccer in the Streets community-based programs.  The seeds are germinating.