The European Football for Development Network (EFDN) and Musco Lighting are teaming up to promote the social power of football and have agreed to a two-year partnership.
NEWARK, NJ–The first mini-pitches honoring Black Players for Change (BPC) were unveiled at West Side High School in Newark, NJ today.
OSKALOOSA, IOWA–The Oskaloosa community has a new high-quality recreational facility open and free for public use, after the recent installation of a soccer Mini-Pitch System™ modular sports solution developed and installed by Musco Lighting.
WASHINGTON, DC–Today, Black Players for Change, Musco Lighting, and the U.S. Soccer Foundation announced that community mini-pitches will be installed in honor of the founding 12 Executive Board Members of Black Players for Change (BPC) over the course of the next year.
DES MOINES, IA–Pro Iowa, the campaign that looks to bring professional soccer to Iowa, is expanding the world’s game through a unique partnership with Musco Lighting and Kick it Forward that will donate 10 uniquely designed futsal-sized pitches to communities across the state, a $1 million project in total.
LAMONI, IOWA–Kick It Forward accomplishes another first this month with its first ever two-pitch installation in Lamoni. This project doubles the number of mini-pitches in the KIF portfolio from two to four and broadens the Mini-Pitch System ™ modular sports solution footprint to southern Iowa.
FONTVIEILLE, MONACO–Stade Louis II in Monaco is a world-renowned venue that regularly hosts Ligue 1—the top French football division—as well as major UEFA matches and the annual World Athletics Diamond event, The Herculis.
DUBLIN, Ireland–An exciting new entertainment experience will greet athletes, performers, and fans attending events at Aviva Stadium, after the installation of cutting-edge special effects lighting technology.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND–United Soccer Coaches, the U.S. Soccer Foundation, and Musco Lighting announced on Thursday the donation of a new Mini-Pitch System™ to the city of Baltimore to be placed at Hampden Elementary as part of the 2020 United Soccer Coaches Convention.
WASHINGTON, D.C.–Girls and boys across the country, including thousands in underserved communities, will gain new access to Safe Places to Play over the next seven years thanks to a new and enhanced Mini-Pitch System™ designed for youth soccer.