The SWAG in the News

SWAG SOCCER PROGRAM TARGETING VULNERABLE YOUTHS IN PHILLY

6/10/21 – The SWAG, a fast-growing Philadelphia soccer program reaching over 2,000 inner-city young children of color per year, is encouraging the City’s most vulnerable youth to develop a passion for soccer which could ultimately lead them on a successful path to a healthier lifestyle, private school, collegiate scholarships, and potentially a professional career (Read More)

THE SWAG: A LIFE CHANGING OPPORTUNITY THROUGH SOCCER IN PHILADELPHIA

6/7/21 – In Philadelphia, the chance to provide young athletes of color life-changing opportunities through sports is limited. The SWAG is looking to change that. The SWAG provides free year-round soccer development program clinics for young athletes of color, ages four to eight, from the city of Philadelphia. (Read More)

Philadelphia youth soccer program gives new meaning to SWAG

6/5/21 – Since 2018, The SWAG has emboldened roughly 2,000 children in African-American and immigrant communities in Philadelphia. Their goal is to bring exciting opportunities to children in underserved neighborhoods. (Read More)

Free Soccer Clinic Held In East Germantown

6/5/21 – The Philadelphia soccer program SWAG held their two-hour lesson on Saturday. (Read More)

SWAG soccer program providing free training and coaching for inner-city Philly youth

6/3/21 – If you are a youngster interested in playing soccer, there’s a Philadelphia soccer program titled “The SWAG” that is creating opportunities for very young athletes in Philadelphia’s Black and immigrant communities, particularly in the city’s most vulnerable neighborhoods, offering very early exposure to the sport with professional training to provide a more diverse athlete base for years to come. (Read More)