Welcome to the Global FC Community

Global FC exists to bridge diverse cultures to come together, forming just communities where all are free to be fully-known and fully-loved in pursuit of their God-given purpose and potential.

We use soccer as a vehicle for transformative impact, supporting under-served youth with the tools to overcome obstacles to success by providing resources, opportunities, and relationships towards a brighter future.


We use soccer as a vehicle for transformative impact. We are committed to providing underserved youth access to quality soccer opportunities.


Global FC Mentorship Program provides underserved youth the opportunity to develop relationships with caring adults who inspire and support them to become thriving citizens.


The various initiatives within our Education Program closes the opportunity gap for students by utilizing a holistic approach to learning, enriching the educational experience so students can achieve their highest potential.

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“Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than governments in breaking down racial barriers. It laughs in the face of all types of discrimination.”

-Nelson Mandela

“This has been an incredibly eye-opening experience. The refugee youth are resilient. Happy. And have a true love of the game. Originally I thought I would be the one imparting life lessons on them, but I have been pleasantly surprised of the lessons they have taught me.”

-Alex Gill (head coach)

Rackhie was born in Abashe, Chad. Originally from Sudan, her family fled due to the Sudanese civil war. Her mother was a nurse back home and her father owned a store. Her family lived in the refugee camp for 7.5 years before resettling in the USA. “I remember waiting for the school bus during my first winter in flip flops. It was so cold that I cried and returned home.” She hopes to be a veterinarian one day.