Our Story

Football for the future is a volunteer-ran non-profit organization founded in 2017 by C/O 2017 A&M Consolidated Graduate student Carlos Espina. The organization seeks to provide kids in the Bryan/College Station area the opportunity to play the game they love, regardless of their family income or background. All around the country, kids are not able to play soccer year-round because their families are unable to afford the high prices most summer camps charge. We believe that this is a great injustice, and we aim to alleviate the problem in our small corner of the world by providing an option that allows kids to play without placing a burden on their family. At the moment we provide a free two-month-long soccer camp in the Bryan/College Station area. In 2017, we served 120 kids over the summer. This year, we already have over 250 kids signed up for the camp. Also we will be having two sessions, one in the morning (9-11am) and one in the afternoon (6-8pm). Our Camp takes place at the fields at Henderson Elementary School and is open to boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 11. We also provide the opportunity for kids between the ages of 13 and 18 to volunteer in exchange for community service hours. The organization is very grassroots, and is run almost entirely by young people 31388879_447785395677850_4170390595982877382_n