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

All kids deserve the ability to play soccer. The mission of San Francisco Youth Soccer is to support youth soccer and […more…]

For the Love of Soccer

In Scotty Kober’s eyes, soccer is the most versatile sport in the world. Anywhere, anytime, anyone can play – all […more…]

San Francisco Youth Soccer

Matching Challenge

Donate to help ensure that SFYS’s high-quality, low-cost league play and supplemental youth leadership programming will continue to expand to serve even more SF youth. All donations are fully tax-deductible and match-eligible! Donations received by 12/31  will be matched up to $5,000!

Donate now!

(415) 504-8131)
Executive Director: Scotty Kober


To support youth soccer and leadership through sport. 

Begin to Build a Relationship

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 think it’s great for kids to get involved with everything SFYS has to offer. I learned a lot about myself teaching other people and it helped me grow as a person. Even my family sees it — how I’ve been able to resolve conflicts in the house or with friends from learning how to coach and referee through SFYS.
Enaam Maqsood, High School Pick Up Player/Organizer, Junior Coach and Youth Referee Mentor

Safe and Brave Spaces Make Soccer Better

San Francisco Youth Soccer’s newest initiative is the Youth Advisory Council (YAC). The purpose is to increase equity in the soccer community by providing players a voice to represent themselves and their peers. YAC’s pillars of Education, Community, and Action allow young athletes to have mentorship, but also to dream big. The council is a safe space for the youth to speak their minds without fear of judgment. 

“It’s amazing! These kids are coming together and saying, ‘How can we make soccer better, more inclusive, and how can we educate people?’” says Executive Director Scotty Kober. 

Help Kober raise $50,000 this year so she can hire staff to help turn their ideas into reality as well as build up her existing youth leadership programming. Donations received by 12/31 will be matched up to $5,000. 

Key Supporters

Caitlin Spaan & Bill Woodruff
The Ghali Family
Dr. Michele & Po Bronson
Image Orthodontics
Popcorn Van
Dick’s Sporting Goods