Wednesday, June 10, 2009


SSUSA wants to recognize one of our partners, the Passback Program, in their efforts to help in the sport for social change initiative. Recently, Passback donated an assortment of gear to our Atlanta and Richmond Street Soccer teams. This contribution included equipment such as shorts, socks, cleats, scrimmage jerseys, and more. We are thankful for their generosity, and our proud to be have a relationship with such an outstanding program.

The Passback Program, which began in 1989, provides soccer players of all backgrounds which the equipment needed to play the beautiful game. They are powered by EuroSport and the US Soccer Foundation, and work closely with the MLS and WPS to help distribute soccer equipment across the globe.

Visit their website to find out more about the 3rd Annual Passback Tour, and to help them reach their goal of collecting one million items!

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