community SPOTLIGHTS



For nearly 10 years now Street Soccer USA has been breaking boundaries in the world of soccer. Just this year alone, for the first time, 10 girls came together from six different US cities to travel to Doha, Qatar and represent the Street Soccer USA National Girls Team in exhibition matches surrounding the 2022 Street […]

Players with Gonzo Soccer in Mexico receive a shipment of bras in April 2018. Photo by The Sports Bra Project


Photo: Players with Gonzo Soccer in Mexico receive a shipment of bras in April 2018. Photo by The Sports Bra Project. The Sports Bra Project works to remove barriers to sports participation for women and girls around the world by providing new sports bras to organizations and programs operating in countries and communities where opportunities […]

A photo from a Goal Click series at the 2019 Women's World Cup of Alex Morgan and Rose Lavelle sitting in their uniforms in a blow up pool with water.


Goal Click finds people from around the world to tell real stories about their lives and football communities, through analogue photography, short film, and their own words. From civil war survivors in Sierra Leone to high school heroes in Japan and superstar teammates in France, Goal Click brings you untold stories, from the grassroots to […]


South Bronx United uses soccer as a vehicle for social change, combining athletics with academic support, college access, mentoring, immigration legal services, and more. Since launching in 2009, SBU has reached over 10,000 students and has accumulated a 100% high school graduation rate, a 94% college matriculation rate, and 74 bachelor degrees (held by SBU Academy Grads)! […]

The Football For The World Foundation envisions a world where all children have access to food, education and sport. In Canada, the US, and abroad, youth face many barriers to participation in sport. While these barriers take different forms in different places, FFTW works closely with communities to overcome each set of unique challenges. Their […]

Kickoff Coffee Co. logo – an orange soccer ball above two green leaves next to the words "Kickoff" and "Coffee" and abbreviation of "company"


Founded by soccer people for soccer people, Kickoff Coffee is the drink that fuels the Women in Soccer network, and specifically, our Coffee & Progress events. Partnering with Kickoff Coffee Co. was an easy decision for the WIS team; they are women-founded, women-led, supported by allyship, philanthropic in spirit and rooted in growing access to […]


MEET PIXSTORY  Pixstory is a new social media platform committed to transparency, integrity and the spread of fact-based information. Pixstory addresses a critical gap in existing social media spaces by creating a platform that is reliable, safe, and evidence-based. What makes Pixstory such a trailblazer in the social space is that the platform uses a […]

USL and Women in Soccer at the annual USL Winter Summit


“The USL’s partnership with Women In Soccer shows the league’s understanding that in order to grow the game in the United States, systemic racism, gender bias and homophobia must be addressed,” said Courtney Carroll Levinsohn, Founder of Women in Soccer. “Together, we will shape soccer in America by collaborating on anti-discrimination initiatives, safe reporting policies […]

New Mexico United fans at Isotopes Park

New Mexico United

MISSION New Mexico United was founded on the premise of supporting every single New Mexican who loves the beautiful game. The Somos Unidos Foundation diversity program launched in June 2020 to further that exact mission. The aim of the diversity fellowship is to create supportive pathways for women and people of color to thrive in […]

USL W League logo lockup with WIS

USL W League

THE W LEAGUE MISSION The USL has announced their brand new W League which will use women’s soccer as a force for societal good by creating a national platform to increase opportunity, gender equity, and career development initiatives for women. The new league will begin play in 2022 and will provide an elite pre-professional pathway for women […]