San Francisco Youth Soccer: Teaching Kids Valuable Lessons on and off the Field

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SFYS @ School: Free Recess, Lunch or After School Soccer

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For the Love of Soccer

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San Francisco Youth Soccer

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Executive Director: Scotty Kober
(415) 504-8132
Director of Coaching & Programs: Lee Dunne
(415) 572-9623


To support youth soccer and leadership through sport. 

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We know you care about where your money goes and how it is used. Connect with this organization’s leadership in order to begin to build this important relationship. Your email will be sent directly to this organization’s Director of Development and/or Executive Director.

I’ve been a soccer parent, a STAR, a team manager, and a coach. SFYS has been more than just a game coordination organization, and I’ve really appreciated all of your efforts towards building up grassroots soccer in the city. The coaching resources, the STAR program, and the focus on sportsmanship and development are just some of the things that come to mind.
David Wehr, SFYS Volunteer

SFYS @ School Access to Sport for All Youth

The San Francisco Youth Soccer SFYS @ School Program needs your financial support to expand its current reach to additional schools in the San Francisco area. Your donations will allow their program to send coaches to more elementary schools during lunch, recess, and after school, allowing students who may not otherwise be able to play soccer to engage in pick-up games.

This innovative approach to making soccer available to all children allows kids to play soccer with their friends in a familiar space. There are no tryouts and no driving to get to a field. It’s inclusive sports at its best.

While the program is free to the schools, it requires funding to pay the coaches. $1,000 provides 20 hours/a semester of enriching, emboldening soccer play within a San Francisco school. More than 60 local elementary and middle school teams participate in SF Youth Soccer leagues. Please consider supporting their efforts to extend that community off the pitch and onto the playground!

Key Supporters

The Spaan-Woodruff Family
The Ghali Family
The Bronson Family
The Sewell Family
The Danison Family
The Kwan Family
The Fritz Family
The Colella Family
The Blessing Family
Sandy Choi
Loretta Choy
Sylviane Francou
San Francisco Orthodontics
John and Rosemarie Shield