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Soccer in the Streets

STREET TEAM.

A new way to support youth development.

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Soccer in the Streets

Soccer in the Streets is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves the at-risk youth population of Atlanta through the provision of sport programming and opportunities that allow participants to interact with culturally competent role models and mentors, form interpersonal relationships, develop within a stable social structure, and acquire job readiness training. We use soccer as a medium to connect with the community and create a comfortable teaching environment that serves as a space for healthy physical and social development to encourage academic success, criminal behavior avoidance, and financial independence.

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Refugee Finds New Life through Football

CNN talks with Adam, a Soccer in the Streets participant and refugee that uses football to adapt to everyday life and mentor other youth. 

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Street Team

A New Way to Connect

Soccer in the Streets is proud to announce the formation of our Street Team, a community of passionate soccer and youth development supporters. Street Team members are a vital part of the Soccer in the Streets team and directly impact the lives of all the kids in our program through their stable support. Members of the Street Team will receive benefits such as Soccer in the Streets merchandise, exclusive behind-the-scenes content, invitations to social and programming events, and a deeper connection with the community we serve.

How to Join the Street Team

 

  1. Click the "Join the Street Team" button at either the top or bottom of this page.
  2. Select a monthly, recurring donation option to officially sign up for the Street Team.
  3. Spread the word, participate in Street Team initiatives and watch out for special offers, contests, and community events.

Why Join the Street Team?

Our Community

Our Kids

Our Soccer

In The News

USAToday follows Lauren Dubois, a former Soccer in the Street participant from a single-parent home that now coaches youth in the programs that impacted her life.

Connect with other supporters at watch parties, event launch socials, cultural festivals, tournaments, recreational games, and much more.

Soccer in the Streets programs provide a safe learning environment, sport accessibility, competent role models, life skills, and job readiness training.

Soccer unites people of many diverse backgrounds in a safe, interactive environment for collective fun and competition that can be enjoyed by all of Atlanta.