Soccer Team Fundraising Ideas

Soccer is the world’s most popular sport. There are soccer teams in every city, in every state and province, in just about every country you could name. Soccer teams often have fundraising events to purchase new equipment, uniforms, or to make improvements to the playing field. Some soccer teams do a fundraiser for local charities or to help someone in need.

One of the biggest decisions is often deciding what type of fundraiser to do. In Quincy, MA, Mass General and New England Revolution have teamed up to help AliveAndKickn as a fundraiser for colon cancer and genetic cancer research by playing twenty-four hours of soccer. At a different stadium, this one in New Britain, CT, the New York Cosmos made their debut in a doubleheader and fundraiser called Soccer Revolution for cancer research. Fundraisers by other Soccer teams include student-alumni games, golf tournaments, clinics, dinners, car washes, restaurant nights, raffles, thons, and product sales.

Check out our complete list of fundraising products and do-it-yourself fundraising ideas for your next soccer team fundraiser.

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Do-It-Yourself Soccer Team Fundraiser

You can also choose from a wide variety of soccer DIY fundraising ideas to supplement your program. How about Grocery Bagger, Car Wash, Guessing Game, Donation Cans or thons of every type? Perhaps one of these successful and creative ideas can be adapted for your soccer fundraiser.

Best Seat in the House – First, find a sofa to use. This fundraising raiser involves raffling off tickets for a student and two friends to win the best seat in the house. Tickets are sold throughout the week prior to a game. Before a volleyball, basketball, or football game announce the winner. The winner gets to sit on the sofa with two of his or her friends. Read more…

Bike Scavenger Hunt – Individuals and teams (consisting of 3 to 5 riders) in this fundraiser will be given a list of at least 35 sites/things around town to be photographed. Points will be assigned to each photo. Each participant must furnish their own digital camera with picture review capability (Bring extra batteries!). The hunt should last three or four hours. Read more…

Miniature Golf Tournament – Reserve a miniature golf course for your youth group fundraising event. Have each student ask people to sponsor them per hole they play. (.10¢ per hole.) Then, run the tournament just like an Iron Man competition except you play on the miniature golf course. Read more…