There are many ways to support Nashville United Soccer Academy and our Mission, Vision, and Goals.

"I think there are a lot of things

that soccer does in the communities

that transcends the soccer field."

Brandi Denise Chastain


NUSA (as a non-profit 501c3) accepts monetary donations and is always looking for corporate sponsors to support our organization and goal of making the game, at all levels of play, more accessible to young players in our local community. 


One of the biggest goals for NUSA is to continue the growth and expansion of our Susewind Recreational Soccer Programs in Middle TN and support players in both our recreational and competitive programs who need financial support.  Donations and sponsorship go a long way to supporting these programs and providing access to the game, at all levels, to many children from families of lower socio-economic background and in Nashville's refugee communities.


NUSA is also actively crowdfunding to raise money for our own fields. Having our own fields further reduces the cost to our membership and is in line with our Mission of keeping the game affordable and accessible.  Here is a LINK to our CROWDFUNDING CAMPAIGN   


The Leadership Program at NUSA involves our players, in the competitive academies, donating their time and energy to raise sponsorship money, collect gently used soccer clothing/equipment and volunteering with the Susewind Program and other community outreach initiatives! 

"In our inaugural year,  NUSA formed a relationship with a young group of players from the Golden Triangle.  This group of Burmese Refugees live in Nashville and began training with us once per week at the Fellowship Bible church fields. Through an initial and now ongoing donation from the Eric Susewind Fund, we established the Susewind Recreational Soccer Program at Lighthouse Christian School in Antioch and have been able to provide accessibility to the game for these 30+ players and hundreds of other children.  Special thanks to Belmont United Methodist Church for volunteering and arranging transportation for the Golden Triangle players every week. Part of NUSA's vision is to offer every refugee/under-resourced youth player in Nashville the opportunity to play organized soccer, to be well trained by caring/mentoring coaches, and to be given avenues to advance to higher levels of competition and opportunity."


NUSA Executive Director Robbie Stewart