T.O.P Soccer would like to extend thanks and gratitude to the Yankees for awarding us a sports equipment grant. This grant, will assist in our future goals of purchasing equipment for our fall 2017 soccer clinic. T.O.P Soccer also looks forward to sustaining its partnership with the Yankees.
On Wednesday, May 24 T.O.P Soccer brought a group to see the Yankees in action as part of our adult engagement programming. It was a high energy atmosphere, filled with fun and excitement. Our group enjoyed every minute of it and we are looking forward to future outings.
T.O.P Soccer participated in NYC’s AIDS walk. The walk, was our maiden one and we were thankful to show support and help raise awareness.
On Saturday, May 6, T.O.P Soccer participated in a community outreach event at Drew Park Playground. Building relationships and serving is how we make a difference!
The proverbial saying, ‘reach for the stars’ is often used as a source of inspiration to propel the human journey forward. What if this approach does not work? What if we fall into a state of languish? How then shall we inspire ourselves or others? The reality is that downfalls and low-points make up the fabric of our human existence. As long as we begin to understand this, we can use downfalls and low-points to build and rebuild our character. T.O.P Soccer encourages youth and community to aim high from within thyself – for to understand thyself, is a source of inspiration one needs to navigate life.
What better way to start your Saturday morning with soccer? Shoelace Park (corner of 213th and Bronx Blvd) was brimming with excitement, fun and happiness. Children donned their new lime green t-shirts with pride and represented the mission of T.O.P Soccer — training, optimism and persistence.
Benign weather conditions allowed for a successful spring cleaning event at Wakefield Playground. Sunny and 56 degrees fahrenheit proved to be the catalyst behind productivity and teamwork. A group of twelve individuals participated and engaged in mulching, sweeping, painting and washing playground equipment. The selflessness exhibited underscores the value of cooperation. T.O.P Soccer was a piece of the puzzle that contributed to creating a clean playground for the spring and summer (2017) season — positively impacting youth and community, personified.
On Saturday, April 8 T.O.P Soccer is partnering with Friends of Wakefield, NYC Parks and Partnership for Parks for a fantastic community outreach event at Wakefield Playground. The project is a spring cleaning event, where mulching, painting and much more will take place. Free t-shirts are provided at the event!
This is a fantastic opportunity for children, adults and community members to become actively involved. Let us all come together and make a difference, make an impact and serve our community!
Saturday, April 1
11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Carpenter Ave. between E 240th Ave. and E 239th Ave.
Click on the link below!
Spring Cleaning- TOP Soccer Flyer
Dear community, T.O.P Soccer is happy to announce the fourth edition of our Soccer Clinics. Below lists information on our newly established a customized package.
Ages 5-12 (boys and girls)
10 sessions (session = 50 minutes)
April 15th – June 17th
Saturdays 9 am & 10 am
Location: Corner of Bronx Blvd. & 213th street
Children receive a t-shirt and bag.
Healthy snacks provided at every session!
Click on “flyer” link below!
T.O.P Soccer, partnered with New York City Parks Department to contribute soccer programming at the “She’s On Point” event on Saturday, March 11. The origin of this event was created to recognize the accomplishments of young women of all ages in a variety of sports. There were over one hundred girls and boys who attended — the end result, was fun for all! For some, it was the their first time playing soccer, while others had previous engagements with the sport. T.O.P Soccer’s volunteer participation underscores the organization’s notion of positively impacting youth and community development.