Player Development

ASF is proud to partner with the Texas School for the Deaf in development of a women’s soccer club.  The Lady Rangers played their inaugural games in the 2017 spring semester in uniforms donated by the foundation.  ASF used funds from the inaugural Austin Soccer Awards Banquet to purchase a pair of goals which will further assist their coaches and players in their training and development.

We are also proud to partner with Upper Ninety soccer foundation in the launch of their youth development program for teens in low-income neighborhoods in Austin.  Visit Upper Ninety for more info.

Academic Scholarships

ASF’s annual academic scholarship program assists graduating high school seniors from the Austin soccer community with their college education.  We believe every participant needs to have an education to prepare them to be contributing members of our community, during and after their soccer careers.  The scholarships may be used at any college or university, and are based on need, academic achievement, and community involvement.  Award recipients are recognized at the annual Austin Soccer Awards Banquet.  Past recipients include:

  • Sam Carr, Stephen F. Austin High School, Texas A&M University
  • Cristina Montealvo, Stony Point HS & Round Rock HS, Huston-Tillotson University
  • Emily Goulet, McCallum High School, Abilene Christian University
  • Merek Byckovski, Stephen F. Austin High School, University of Texas at Dallas
  • Dayln Gillentine, Liberal Arts & Science Academy, Smith College
  • Ana Marsh, Liberal Arts & Science Academy, California Polytechnic State University

For details, please visit our Scholarship Page!

Field Development

ASF is excited to partner with the Austin Independent School District and the Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders to help refurbish their soccer field.  The field is used for practices for middle school and high school teams as well as middle school games.  Following completion of this project, we will foster additional opportunities to improve distressed fields and partner with other organizations in the creation of new fields in low-income neighborhoods.