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Bruno United FC is a nonprofit youth soccer club dedicated to providing an exceptional soccer experience to all premier youth players, with a focus on long-term player development and a balanced approach to family, school, and commitment to the game.

• Excellence – professional coaches, elite competition, and outstanding players
• Integrity – ethics and sportsmanship guide our actions on and off the field
• Fiscal efficiency – resources are utilized wisely and responsibly
• Community – family events and service programs connect our club to our community
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TEAMS: Bruno United teams compete in the New England Premiership (NEP), and play against teams from the strongest clubs in New England, as well as in regional and national tournaments.

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY: Bruno United runs a year-round training program designed to introduce very young players to the sport in a fun environment.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: Bruno United’s founders were committed to engagement with the local community. Today, Bruno United is partnered with community organizations throughout the state and surrounding areas.

MIKE NOONAN SCHOLARSHIP FUND: The Mike Noonan Scholarship Fund provides access, affordability, and opportunity for all players. 



COMMITMENT: Bruno United provides professional coaches who are committed to excellence.

PROFESSIONALS: Bruno’s coaches are organized, professional, and prepared for every training session and match.

TALENTED EDUCATORS: Bruno’s coaches are chosen for their knowledge of the game and their ability to work with and communicate with young players.

COLLEGE AFFILIATION: Bruno United was founded by the men’s soccer program at Brown University. Bruno continues to work with the coaches of this nationally recognized college program, in addition to coaches from many colleges in the region.

BRUNO PLAYERS IN COLLEGE: Bruno provides counseling by college soccer coaches for any player looking to play at the college level–in Fall 2020, over 50 Bruno alumni will be playing on college teams.