Street Soccer USA | Sacramento
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About This Project

City: Sacramento

Organization: Mather Community Campus

Population Served: Women and Youth experiencing homelessness and/or transitioning out of homelessness, and/or women aspiring to break free of drug or alcohol addiction, abuse, and/or mental illness

Locations and Programs: Mather, California; Sacramento Lady Salamanders

Staff: Robert Stanley (Coach), Chris Reicht (Coach), Wes Colter (Advisor), Chris Mann (Advisor),  Lisa Wrightsman,  Tiffany Fraser

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What do you play for (your city badge)? Confidence

Why do you play for it? A lot of confidence is lost when you feel you have been defeated by life and life’s circumstances, but in order to find success, we must have confidence in ourselves and our ability to achieve.  Through Street Soccer USA many of us have been able to regain our confidence by learning to play soccer, work together as a team, show up for each other, play hard and score goals. That confidence we gain on the field stays with us in every aspect of our life, so we can confidently approach education, a new job, new relationships or a new life to create our success.