01 Aug

Five high school girls and one alumna from the SBU Academy with student-athletes from City in the Community's Youth Leadership Council traveled to Lyon, France for streetfootballworld Festival 19. The summit coincided with the FIFA Women's World Cup and brought together young leaders from around the world to explore the power of using soccer to promote gender equality. In addition to streetfootballworld, we want to thank the Mia Hamm Foundation for supporting our delegation to Festival 19, helping to make this amazing opportunity possible! More from our Festival 19 delegation at SBU's Girls Community Day on August 24, 2019!

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

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. Individuals can also register as "Free Agents." For more information and to register, visit

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.

30 May

South Bronx United is hosting its next Know Your Rights workshops on Monday, June 17th, focused on US Immigration Policy Updates at 6pm on the Mott Haven Education Campus, Careers in Sports High School, Room 271. See all the details here