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.
CameroonFDP is Pittsburgh-based Sport for Good organization with the mission to improve the lives of youth through the game of soccer by promoting health, education, leadership, and civic engagement. Since 2010, CameroonFDP has impacted more than 3,000 youth in Cameroon, Africa and is expanding their youth-led, community-based model for educational soccer programming to Pittsburgh in 2019. Supported by FIFA Football for Hope, CameroonFDP equips youth with the skills they need to succeed on and off the field.
Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC
Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC is the City of Pittsburgh’s professional soccer team. Celebrating it’s 20th year, the club plays in the Eastern Conference of the USL Championship, the second tier of American soccer. Positioned along the Monongahela River and overshadowed by Pittsburgh’s iconic skyline, Highmark Stadium plays home to the Riverhounds SC. Pittsburgh’s professional soccer team has one of the most unique and memorable sporting experiences in the city.
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.