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Bundesliga International Elevates American Street Soccer with Street FC Partnership.

Roger Hampel

Bundesliga Soccer FC
Bundesliga Soccer FC


In an exciting move for American soccer enthusiasts, Bundesliga International has teamed up with Street FC to bring the high-energy and community-driven world of street football to the forefront. This partnership marks a significant step towards enriching the soccer landscape in the United States, offering a unique blend of local play and international soccer flair.

Bringing the Bundesliga Spirit to American Streets

Street FC, known for its inclusive and dynamic street soccer games, serves as a vibrant community for soccer players of all levels and backgrounds. With its roots spread across multiple U.S. cities, Street FC provides an accessible platform for everyone to engage in the beautiful game. This collaboration leverages the Bundesliga Common Ground pitch in New York City, promising to host over 800 games, transforming the urban soccer scene into a breeding ground for talent and passion.

A Community United by Soccer Bundesliga Soccer FC

At the core of this partnership is a shared vision to foster a soccer community that bridges local enthusiasm with the global appeal of the Bundesliga. Through organizing more than 400 games per month across its 12 chapters, Street FC not only brings the game to the streets but also cultivates a culture of inclusivity and diversity within American soccer.

Watch Parties and Winning Opportunities

Highlighting the community aspect of this partnership, a special watch party for the FC Bayern München vs. RB Leipzig match on February 24th will be hosted by ‘No One Home’, a social club founded by Kyle Martino. This event not only serves as a celebration of soccer but also offers fans a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to witness Der Klassiker in Munich, further connecting American fans with the heart of German soccer.

A Vision for Growth and Engagement

Peer Naubert, Chief Marketing Officer of Bundesliga International, emphasized the significance of this partnership in bringing Bundesliga's global community closer to American fans. With a rich history of American players making their mark in the Bundesliga, this initiative aims to inspire a new generation of soccer players and fans in the U.S., particularly as the nation gears up for the FIFA World Cup in 2026.

Stephen Francis, CEO of Street FC, echoed this sentiment, highlighting Bundesliga's role in making soccer more accessible across American cities. This collaboration stands as a testament to their joint mission of growing the game's footprint and ensuring that the spirit of soccer thrives in every street corner and community.

A Future Forward for American Soccer

As Bundesliga International and Street FC embark on this journey, the potential for growth and impact on American soccer is immense. By connecting grassroots movements with global soccer institutions, this partnership aims to ignite a passion for the game that transcends borders, fostering a united community of soccer enthusiasts ready to take the sport to new heights in the U.S.

Source: Bundesliga International


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