5 Rights FC: Local. Sustainable. Soccer.
“The Football Club for U.S. water, food, health, housing and education.”
The Boston Pilot. Expansion to 25 Cities. Professional Teams.
In association with our summer residency program, 5 Rights will enter teams in the United Soccer Leagues’ Under-21 Divisions. Over the next 15 years, playing as, “The 5 Rights Football Club,” we will pilot our summer program in Boston, expand to 25 cities, produce 1 men’s and 1 women’s professional team in Washington, D.C., and always address water, food, health, housing and education needs in communities throughout the USA.
A Summer in the City with 5RFC: Intern. Train. Play. Serve.
Each summer, in cities across the USA, female and male college soccer players intern, train, play and serve with 5RFC.
Local. Sustainable. Community.
5RFC lives as a local and sustainable community, sources and prepares local and sustainable meals, uses local and sustainable living products, and commutes via foot, bike, public and car-sharing transportation.
5RFC Player Schedule.
Student-Athletes intern during the day, train at night, and play matches on the weekend.
Public Soccer Facility.
5RFC trains and plays matches in the city, at a public transportation accessible, public facility, where admission is free and open to the public.
Education. Service. Action.
In association with each soccer match, 5RFC interns lead an eduction, service and action project with its opponent and the local community.
Watch. Train. Join.
5RFC offers “Watch. Train. Join.”, a program where local youth soccer families watch an evening match, train during a morning session, and join an afternoon education, service and action project.
Empirical. Community. Impact.
During the last week of summer program, 5RFC interns meet with local representatives to present “Empirical. Community. Impact.”, and to educate the elected body about its ability to recognize and implement the United Nations International Bill of Human Rights in its jurisdiction.
501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization.
The 5 Rights Football Club operates under the Articles of Organization of 5 Rights Inc., a non-partisan 501(c)(3) public charity…..
The 5 Rights Football Club complies with Chapters XII and XIV of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Rules and Bylaws.
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