News
19 Apr

South Bronx United continues to expand its program reach and its services while helping youth achieve in the classroom and on the field. Read about this progress and about how South Bronx United has responded to the current climate in the 2017 Annual Report (issuu | pdf). Thank you to M Style Marketing for providing the design work.

News
27 Mar

South Bronx United is a proud recipient of the U.S. Soccer Foundation 2018 Urban Soccer Symposium Impact Award, given to an organization that has shown a sustained impact of using sports for social change for at least five years. SBU students and staff received the award in Washington, D.C. on Friday, March 23. While there, SBU's Executive Director and two student-athletes also spoke on a panel with performance artist, activist, and educator Marc Bamuthi Joseph about his work on peh-LO-tah and the M-PACT curriculum he developed for the SBU Summer Soccer Scholars program in partnership with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Social Practice Initiative. The curriculum combines soccer and poetry with a critical exploration of contemporary social issues. Read more.

News
18 Feb

Telemundo 47 aired a four-part series “Fútbol sin fronteras” exploring South Bronx United's services. The series aired nightly at 6 p.m. from February 19th to February 22nd. The series was released in Spanish and can be viewed here (en Español).

News
29 Jan

South Bronx United is returning as an Official Charity Partner of the TCS New York City Marathon on November 4, 2018. We are now accepting applications for individuals interested in running for Team SBU. If selected, individuals receive a guaranteed entry into the marathon while committing to fundraising for South Bronx United and representing SBU with pride. For more details, visit the SBU Supporters Club page.

News
15 Jan

For the 8th consecutive year, South Bronx United will host the City Showcase Tournament on Randall's Island to provide strong competition and exposure to college soccer recruitment for youth soccer teams and players from the New York metropolitan area and beyond, including SBU boys and girls travel teams. The event has featured up to 96 boys and girls teams, from Under-14 to Under-19 age groups, from eight states and Canada. Over 80 college coaches registered to attend. The City Showcase Tournament places particular emphasis on providing inner city and minority youth, who are underrepresented in higher education and college soccer, a platform to reach college. At the same time, the event welcomes teams and players from beyond the city and across the region each year. Teams are invited to apply here. The application deadline is February 20th. College coaches are also encouraged to attend and can complete the college registration form.