Omaha Receives it's First Mini-Pitch to Support Girls, Inc.

Urban Soccer Park

Football for the World Foundation (FFTW) was able to bring the first mini pitch to Girls, Inc in Omaha, NE in Spring 2021. This one field on their campus is 50’ x 80’ with futsal goals, surrounding netting, custom red powder coating, and a center turf logo. This field will primarily focus on serving 5yo - 13yo girls of color and be opened to the public when not used for Girls, Inc programming. The school grounds now host practice and playing time for hundreds of young girls each week. 

Location: Omaha, NE

  • FFTW had 3 goals in mind when working with Urban Soccer Park: 
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  • Goal 1 - To increase the number of girls playing soccer
  • Goal 2 - To eliminate the need for transportation for 70+ girls in order to practice soccer weekly
  • Goal 3 - To provide an accessible, safe, level green space for over 1,500+ local kids


This project has been one of the most rewarding to work on because FFTW really wants to provide more spaces to play for the community, but more importantly, girls. This field on a school campus makes it much more accessible for the local community to play and practice on a weekly basis. We wanted to make it one of a kind by putting the logo and special powder coating matched to the Girls, Inc colors. This is the first of many fields coming to Omaha in conjunction with Football for the World Foundation.

  • Timeline from FFTW's First Conversation with USP to Project Installation: June 22nd, 2021 - April 2nd, 2021

 

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Please take a moment to watch FFTW's impact video below.


 

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