FCC: Soccer With Heart

We dream of a world where each child and young person makes good decisions for their life, regardless of the conditions of their environment.

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  • FCC USA (which stands for Fútbol Con Corazón, meaning “soccer with a heart”) is a not-for-profit that uses a soccer-driven approach to educating children and youth (5-17) in making better life decisions. Through its innovative soccer program, participants learn values and life skills. Our work is focused on enhancing social-emotional wellbeing by drawing attention to a variety of timely issues, including racial equity, female empowerment, and mental health

 

  • Founded in 2007, we have impacted over 100,000 girls, boys and their families in 6 countries. We promote socio-emotional learning in children, healthy parent-child relationships and community engagement. Through soccer, we empower youth to become agents of change within their own communities.

WHAT WE DO

We promote social-emotional learning through a soccer-driven approach to educate children and youth in making better life decisions.

HOW WE WORK

FCC USA offers programs utilizing our soccer-based methodology to promote values and life skills from a young age. Our innovative methodology has been developed by psychologists together with soccer coaches. Our curriculum includes four values, 14 life skills, and four transversal topics: gender and racial equality, substance abuse, self-care, and building a life project. The tools acquired through our methodology enable children and youth to escape the negative influences of their surroundings in order to make good life decisions.

Our model includes working with children and young adults through our soccer program, but also working with parents, fostering community involvement and empowering youth leadership.

HOW WE WORK

FCC USA offers programs utilizing our soccer-based methodology to promote values and life skills from a young age. Our innovative methodology has been developed by psychologists together with soccer coaches. Our curriculum includes four values, 14 life skills, and four transversal topics: gender and racial equality, substance abuse, self-care, and building a life project. The tools acquired through our methodology enable children and youth to escape the negative influences of their surroundings in order to make good life decisions.

Our model includes working with children and young adults through our soccer program, but also working with parents, fostering community involvement and empowering youth leadership.

Goals

Racial Equity

Gender Equality

Mental Well-Being

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