Connecting Youth

to nontraditional sports through scholarships and facility development

Our History & Mission

A Need for Nontraditional Practice Space

Since inception, Friends of Pittsburgh Professional Soccer worked with the Redevelopment Authority of Allegheny County to develop the long-anticipated Sports and Athletic Complex at Montour Junction, a 78-acre site designed to offer community access to nontraditional sports fields.

Thanks to generous support from the Shallenberger Family, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, R.K. Mellon Foundation, Allegheny County, and the U.S. Soccer Foundation, the complex opened in 2018, serving 1,200 youth from eighteen (18) regional organizations.

Getting Involved

Friends of Pittsburgh Professional Soccer meets the third Tuesday of each month and is always seeking feedback from community stakeholders. Additional information regarding the philanthropic work of Friends of Pittsburgh Professional Soccer can be accessed under GuideStar USA, Inc. an information service for the nonprofit sector of the United States. To learn more about the organization, click the link below.

Want to Reserve the Field for Use?

If you are a group or organization, and would like to contact our organization regarding a field use reservation, or your invoice, please drop us an email by visiting our contact page.

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