While many have taken to the stands of Nippert Stadium to take in the exploits of FC Cincinnati’s players on the pitch, there’s another side of the club that is rarely seen.
Over the last few months, the players, coaching staff and members of the front office have been out into the community returning the love shown to the team on a weekly basis. The ways in which they’ve done that have been many: from volunteering with the homeless, making appearances at charitable fundraisers to working with area youth players to improve their game.
Below you’ll find just a small sampling of the efforts undertaken by the club to show we’re as committed to the community of Cincinnati as the supporters who help fill Nippert for our matches.
18|8 Fine Men’s Salon and Cincy Chic’s “High Performance” event helped to raise $1000 for the Dragonfly Foundation.
Visiting the NICU at University of Cincinnati hospital.
Some of the players made their way to Upspring’s Summer 360 program.
Players Michael Millay and Evan Lee provided some expert coaching tips while working with some of the area youth players.
At the Talbert House Fatherhood celebration on Father’s Day, including two of our players who are dads themselves — Paul Nicholson and Omar Cummings.