IN THE MEDIA
Soccer Without Borders is proud to have been featured in the international media by some of the world's leading news outlets.
How Soccer Without Borders is helping young female footballers in troubled Nicaragua
Hasly was at university when the violence began. She felt scared and helpless. The campus at the Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria in Managua, Nicaragua's capital, was left in ruins.
Soccer helps young refugees take a shot at new life in the U.S.
BALTIMORE, Md. (Reuters) - On a muggy day in late July, dozens of student refugees ran relentlessly after a soccer ball, stopping only to help up a fellow player who had slipped.
The Goal of These Soccer Players Isn't Just Scoring Goals
Soccer Without Borders uses the world's most popular game to reach underserved youth - kids who've experienced trauma, refugee kids - and help them heal and succeed in life.
National Public Radio
Seeing the Helicopter in the Room
The first time I ever boarded a plane to the "developing" world, the ironic juxtaposition of my journey and my intentions was lost on me. I drew on an elaborate web of resources, including a ticket, a passport, a suitcase, immunizations, funds for food, and time off from work, in order to board a plane to better understand life with few resources.
The Huffington Post
Coming Home: How Soccer Without Borders is Building a Bridge to the Next Generation
"That sort of planted the seed, that sports could be used in this very specific way," he explains, "creating opportunities where before there were none, and there's this other element of it - it's not just about sports itself, but also about access, and social justice, which resonated with me a lot."