The Steel City World Cup is made possible by the efforts of our event hosts.
PUMP’s mission is to make Pittsburgh the most dynamic and diverse place by engaging, educating, and mobilizing all young people to create change in our community. We envision a Pittsburgh where young people have an active role in advocating and caring for our City, making Pittsburgh the first choice for everyone to live, work, and play. Each year, we serve nearly 30,000 individuals through our advocacy, social, civic, and recreational programming.
Open Field is a Pittsburgh-based nonprofit organization that uses the game of soccer to promote life skills, leadership, girls’ empowerment, and social cohesion. Their global team engages more than 1,000 youth each year in Western PA and West/Central Africa in dynamic Sport for Social Impact programming. In Pittsburgh, Open Field works primarily with immigrant and refugee youth to provide safe, healthy, community-based activities for children and employment opportunities for teenagers.
Welcoming Pittsburgh is an immigrant and Latino integration strategy launched by Mayor William Peduto in 2014. The following year, Mayor Peduto released a comprehensive citywide plan that established nearly 40 community-led recommendations to advance welcoming efforts. The Mayor’s Office is leading implementation of the plan through cross-sectoral partnerships. Welcoming Pittsburgh is rooted in a commitment to ensure a more livable city for all residents.