We have a multi-stage plan to make regular, competitive soccer a regular fixture on the Marshall Islands. Starting with increasing participation in schools, to creating a competitive league, and culminating with international fixtures and governing body membership.
Quality coaching for all
We are building a coaching curriculum for school children on the islands to enable quality coaching and to ensure a steady stream of talent into future generations. We will be training local coaches to help deliver structured training for both junior and senior players.
Create both men’s and women’s National Soccer Leagues, ensuring regular and structured competitive football. We are close to completing its national stadium, in time to host the 2023 Micronesian Games.
Recruiting eligible male and female for our national teams, and making plans for our first international fixtures. This will coincide with obtaining membership from the Oceania Football Confederation, allowing the Marshall Islands to compete in international competitions. Players may be based on the islands or part of the diaspora living in the US. Eventually we want to become members of FIFA.
Give our project the kick-start it needs
We are an entirely self-funded organisation, relying on the goodwill of supporters and sponsors to fund this project. From coaching equipment, infrastructure, to travel and training costs – this project requires the help of you to keep us going.
This is a major undertaking which will cost thousands of dollars over the coming years.