About Us

When you think Coaches Across Continents, think partnerships, think responsiveness, think sustainability, think soccer as a vehicle for social change.  Coaches Across Continents is the world’s only development organization with a proven track record in using soccer as a vehicle for social change in developing communities. We mobilize volunteers, financial resources, and equipment to work with local teachers and community leaders in disadvantaged communities on three continents, creating sustainable educational programs for children and youth that use soccer as a teaching tool.  More

Our Story

We recognize that responsiveness to local needs is the key to effective learning and thus local sustainability. We train our volunteers to assess local needs, to select the most relevant approaches from a range of curriculum options, and to focus continually on the development of the particular life skills needed in each and every unique community.  More

Our Vision and Mission

Coaches Across Continents envisions the day when all children have what they need to make healthy choices and feel hope for the future.  More

Our Videos

The best way to learn about the fun we have and how we operate at Coaches Across Continents is to watch some of our videos!  More

Sports for Peace and Development

Coaches Across Continents is frequently cited as one of the most successful examples of the growing global movement to employ soccer and other sports in fostering peace and development. We constantly receive requests from around the world to work with partner organizations and to prepare volunteers to work responsively within communities of widely different character, linguistically, culturally, and economically.  More


Recognition of our success is growing. In recognition of our global leadership role, Coaches Across Continents was awarded the coveted Beyond Sport Award in 2009, among many other honors.  More

For additional information, visit our website: http://www.coachesacrosscontinents.com/

3 Comments on “About Us”

  1. Spencer Courtis October 1, 2013 at 3:48 pm #


  2. George Jojo October 8, 2013 at 11:00 am #

    This is quite a noble idea indeed as we seek to empower the child with life skills through soccer, which can be used effectively in their adulthood.

  3. Jimmy Garber UK 3 Lions March 30, 2014 at 8:16 am #

    Keep up the fantastic good work and would love to meet you guys as soon as to talk about a fantastic joint project right up you street with fantastic outcomes..

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