Soccer Without Borders (SWB) is proud to announce that Ruffneck Scarves will renew their partnership as the official scarf of SWB. Ruffneck, an official scarf supplier of U.S. Soccer, Major League Soccer (MLS), USL, and the NCAA, was founded with a goal of promoting the greatest game in the world by providing fans with high-quality soccer scarves.
Jeff McIntyre, founder of Ruffneck Scarves, is pleased to continue this partnership as “SWB does so many great things for children both domestic and abroad and we feel they are perfectly aligned with our company values," he states.
The Ruffneck Scarves mission is to provide the highest quality service and scarves that represent the same level of passion and pride the fans have for their team. Furthermore, Jeff has served as a valued Advisory Board Member for SWB, in addition to designing and distributing the "Playing for Change" SWB scarf.
“Ruffneck Scarves has been with Soccer Without Borders since the beginning,” said SWB Co-Founder Mary McVeigh, “As we both grow into our second decade, we are honored to continue this partnership, joining our communities of those who love the beautiful game.”
About Ruffneck Scarves:
The leading brand for equipping soccer fans with the means to show their spirit and rally support for their favorite teams with authentic soccer scarves. As the official scarf of the MLS, USL, NCAA and U.S. Soccer, Ruffneck Scarves has brought the iconic European soccer supporters’ item - the scarf - to America’s teams.
About Soccer Without Borders:
Soccer Without Borders, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that runs year-round youth development programs in under-served areas in the USA and abroad, Soccer Without Borders uses soccer as a vehicle for positive change. Through five core activities and a powerful team environment, SWB programs provide youth with a toolkit to overcome obstacles to growth, inclusion and personal success. We believe in the power of soccer, the world’s most popular sport and universal language, to create positive life changes. Since 2006, SWB has led programs and collaborations in eleven countries on five continents, and is best known for its work with newcomer refugee, asylee, and immigrant youth as well as engaging girls of all cultural backgrounds.