Nations United started as a co-ed soccer team composed of mostly refugee and immigrant students attending schools in the Boise School District.
Signing Day! Rose will be playing soccer and studying at Treasure Valley Community College this Fall.
"...thank you to Nations United Soccer for being there for me every since I came to this country. I've played for Nations United Soccer since I was 12 until now, and it was a great experience. I got to make memories with them and I basically grew up with them too. Soccer has always been a big part of my life, it brings out the best in me."
Fall 2022 Teams:
U13 Girls U11 Girls
U13 Boys U11 Boys
U10 Girls U9 Girls
Huge Thank You to Carlos Camacho who won Gatorade Player of the Year and chose Nations United Soccer as the reciepient of the $1,000 Grant.
WHAT PLAYERS SAY
I like Nations United because I want to learn more things about soccer and how I can become a better player and to meet new players that I don't know yet.
I like that I've made friends and it doesn't matter what your color or your religion is. They still like who you are.
I am excited about Nations United because we are playing with people we don't know and we meet new people and that's good for us. Also soccer is
Our program relies solely on grants and donations. Thank you for your support.
How soccer gave Boise kids a reason to believe ... in a team, in themselves
Nations United: 1 team, 1 dream, 1 home