News
27 Jan

ESPN recently featured South Bronx United student-athlete Derrick Cordova and the inspirational story of his journey from Honduras. The feature was aired on ESPN Deportes and ESPN SportsCenter Reportajes. View the video in English or Spanish.

News
15 Dec

Citizens Giving is back for another year to help make a difference in six different communities around the world and you can help be apart of it! By voting for New York at cityzensgiving.org/newyork you can support SBU after school programs providing soccer, health and nutritional education at three South Bronx elementary school . You can vote once every day until December 24th! Cityzens Giving is run by the City Football Foundation, Manchester City FC, and New York City FC. Vote Today

News
21 Nov

300 guests filled the Midtown Loft and Terrace for a night of celebration in honor of South Bronx United’s 6th Annual Benefit on Thursday, November 10. The evening celebrated the success of South Bronx United programs in reaching 1,000 boys and girls in the community and providing students and their families with the support they need to succeed. Among the guests this year were New York City FC’s Jack Harrison, Master of Ceremony and former USA World Cup defender Jimmy Conrad, and surprise guest Spain and Real Madrid legend Raul Gonzalez Blanco.... Read More.

News
03 Nov

“My head was hurting, I was shaking, and I just wanted to get this over with. All I could think about was all the ways I could mess up. I was looking forward to the event but the speech got me feeling really nervous especially since I would meet famous athletes. I met Claressa Shields, Ashleigh Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Ibtihaj Muhammad, and many more...." Read more from Staisy Barrera, 12, who spoke at the Women's Sports Foundation Annual Salute and attended with two other SBU Academy student-athletes, an SBU alumnus, and SBU staff member.

News
19 Oct

Student-athletes in the SBU Academy now have the opportunity to learn artistic concepts, experiment with various visual art forms, and gain exposure to instruction that is lacking in many public schools through the new SBU Karen Barth Arts Program. The program began this summer and is continuing during the school year thanks to a grant in honor of the artist Karen Barth. Read More.