Making an impact, one chapter and one community at a time


All things incredible have been built from the ground up. American Outlaws: Modesto Chapter believes wholeheartedly that the future of American soccer starts with the youth of our nation. That’s why our members have invested in youth programs of all skill levels. We never know who will pull on their first pair of boots and eventually become the next great American on the pitch.

Past Projects

See the Impact!

2023 Projects

Boston Scores
South Bronx United
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Street Soccer USA – Sacramento

Location: Sacramento, CA
Project: Friday Night Sobriety Lights

Open Goal Project

Location: Washington, D.C.
Project: MLS GO

Portland Community Football Club

Location: Portland, OR
Project: Liberate Sports Movement

Oakland Genesis

Location: Oakland, CA
Project: Soccer for All Program

Project Goal

Location: Providence, RI
Project: Tutoring & Soccer Program

2022 Projects

Boston Scores
South Bronx United
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Boston Scores

Location: Boston, MA
Project: High School Program

G.O.A.L. (Guys/Girls Operating As Leaders)

Location: Denton, TX
Project: Equip Players

South Bronx United

Location: New York City, NY
Project: SBU Clubhouse

Urban Initiatives

Location: Chicago, IL
Project: Elementary Soccer Program

US Deaf Soccer Association

Location: Washington, D.C.
Project: Player Support

2021 Projects

America Scores Cleveland

Location: Cleveland, OH
Project: Supplying Equipment and Jerseys

Football for the World

Location: Omaha, NE
Project: Girls Inc. Mini-Pitch

Open Field

Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Project: Empowering Refugee Girls Through Soccer

The Over Under Initiative

Location: Anderson, SC
Project: Multi-sport court in Homeland Park


Location: Garden Grove, CA
Project: The PureGame football3

AO Impact & 26 x 26

The winning United 2026 World Cup bid has not only energized North American soccer fans with the promise of elite matches played in home stadiums. It has sparked a multinational community investment effort that will develop local soccer fields and support youth programs in host cities.

Known as 26×26—reflecting the 26 new and renovated fields that will be opened by the 2026 kickoff—the project is designed to transform play “deserts” and underutilized spaces into safe and accessible soccer pitches that create hubs for healthy activity and a community asset. It will expand youth outreach in underserved communities across the United States, Canada and Mexico and engage fans as volunteers to help advance local goals.

The $30 million effort is driven by an unprecedented partnership that includes one of the largest U.S. community development organizations (LISC), a prominent British soccer philanthropy (Lionsraw), the largest soccer fan group in U.S. (American Outlaws) and a global powerhouse in children’s health (UNICEF).

Other Projects

American Outlaws have donated over $20,000 to Operation Homefront, donated hundreds of soccer balls to communities, teams and kids in need, sponsored teams in Modesto, CA, raised thousands for Boston Scores, including more local chapter projects:



Impact abroad

As we travel to games abroad, we give back to those communities.

In panama, we worked with the U.S. embassy to work with local kids, programs and donated equipment.