The FC Cincinnati Foundation aims to improve the lives of children in the Greater Cincinnati area through the game of soccer. The Foundation’s mission is accomplishment primarily through five key programs: School Club Ambassador, Mini Soccer Pitch Builds, West End Pride and Learning Is Cool. These programs help promote and encourage strong academic performance, and serve as catalysts to reinforce character values and improved health. The Foundation also serves as FC Cincinnati’s philanthropic arm, making donations and investments to Cincinnati-area organizations that have similar goals and ambitions for the area’s youth.

West End Pride SAY Soccer Sign Up
The FC Cincinnati Foundation is entering its 3rd year in SAY Soccer! The West End Pride is a free soccer program for all children ages 4-14 who live or attend school within the West End community. The spring session begins mid-March and will run through mid-May. Practices are once a week with games on Saturdays and Sundays. If your child is interested in participating in spring SAY Soccer with the West End Pride please complete the registration form below. Note: Parents are responsible for the transportation of their children to and from practices/games.

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West End Pride Volunteer Coach Sign Up

The FC Cincinnati Foundation is looking for energetic volunteers who are excited about introducing the sport of soccer to children in the West End. The commitment is as follows: practice once a week (mid-March through mid-May), game days on Saturday and Sunday mornings and afternoons, a preseason meet the team night, and post-season awards celebration.

FCCF is also launching its first ever team parent program. We are looking for volunteer parents to help relay important information to your team, pick up team snacks from FCCF, lead team carpools, and participate in open discussions on how to better the program.

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