Our efforts are to support the sport of soccer among children and the direct benefits are taking away the child's insecurities and creating a better urban environment for the community of Vallarta, including the personal responsibility for the child to attend and practice soccer.
Our trainer and coach, Mr. Javier Barajas Villagómez, a soccer player with exceptional records for 10 years, teaches not only the game, but also nutritional, psychological, discipline, character formation, personal habits and creating good students.
Our branch of the University Club in Puerto Vallarta, Pumas Vallarta, and our staff take advantage of the high prestige that is fostered in an organized way in the practice of soccer.
We aspire to giving solid footing in the personal development of our children and youth, thus actively participating in the integral formation of persons that are useful to society as well as bringing new prospects for the Club.
The certification of the Escuela de Futbol Infantil Filial Pumas b.c. was conducted on December 1, 2005.
Last updated: April 1, 2017 · Charity ID: 707
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|Riviera Nayarit to Host 2nd Bahia Cup 'Because Soccer is Everything'|
CVB of Riviera Nayarit
Approximately 25 teams are expected to join in this latest event, which has now increased its national reach with the participation of representatives from Toluca, Ciudad Guzman and Monterrey alongside the teams from Nayarit and Jalisco.
|Vallarta Amateur Youth Soccer Cup Competitions|
The Thirteenth Annual Tournament of Copa Vallarta Soccer will be held in different areas of Puerto Vallarta from May 13 until May 17, where both males and females will be competing in multiple categories.
|Events Not to Miss This Week in Puerto Vallarta & Riviera Nayarit|
A lot is going on around Banderas Bay this week including Theater Shows, Movie Screenings, Fundraisers, Soccer Cup, Film Fest, Kirtan Chanting, Harley Davidson Rally, Chili Cook-Off, Chacala Music Festival, Farmers Markets every day, and so much more.
|Riviera Nayarit Announces Copa Bahia Soccer Tournament for Children & Youths|
CVB of Riviera Nayarit
This regional soccer tournament for children and youths is a fantastic opportunity to practice the nation’s favorite sport, and will serve as a showcase for talent scouts looking to recruit for professional team.
|XII Edition of Copa Vallarta Soccer Tournament|
Copa Vallarta invites you to one of the most beautiful and visited international cities where you can participate in the soccer tournament on November 13 - 17, 2014 and also enjoy the time in the sun, beach and tourist attractions.
|EduKick Puerto Vallarta Weekly Soccer Camps Throughout the Year|
EduKick Mexico staff are keenly aware of the challenges that our Academy presents to our players so are fully committed to the overall education of each individual through our football development and language immersion program.
|Delfines Youth Soccer Team Returns to Vallarta with Winning Trophy|
Highland Park Sister Cities
While in Highland Park, our 12-year old youths marched with the Highland Park Sister Cities Foundation in the 4th of July Parade and were treated to city tours.
|PV Soccer Youths Travel to Sister City Highland Park|
Highland Park Sun Times
Guests from Puerto Vallarta will march with the Sister Cities Foundation in the Highland Park Fourth of July Parade. During their stay, they also will be escorted on a tour of Chicago and participate in other local events.
|Events Not to Miss This Week in Vallarta-Nayarit|
Even though the high season is winding down, there are still plenty of events and festivities happening this week in Vallarta-Nayarit including Fandango, Vallarta Soccer Cup, Open Water Swimming Competition, Summer Fashion Show, Restaurant Week, VW Fest, and a lot more.
|Twelfth Annual Puerto Vallarta Soccer Cup|
The Copa Vallarta Soccer tournament is one of the most important events of amateur soccer in our country, because of the age range of the competitors and their great involvement and camaraderie. Support the young athletes from May 14 - 18, 2014.
|Eleventh Annual International Copa Vallarta Soccer Tournament|
The Eleventh Annual Tournament of Copa Vallarta Soccer 2013 will be held in different areas of Puerto Vallarta from May 15 until May 19, where both males and females will be competing in multiple categories.
|Soccer Boarding Schools in Puerto Vallarta|
The EduKick Mexico Soccer Boarding Schools are designed for young soccer players seeking to do a "soccer exchange" to Puerto Vallarta and immerse themselves in Mexican culture and Spanish language acquisition for an entire academic year while also attending daily technical soccer training sessions.
|Soccer Summer Camp Coming to Puerto Vallarta|
Juventus Soccer School
The Juventus Summer Camp will take place at Friendly Hotel for children between 7 and 16 years of age who want to improve their level of soccer skills, from July 22 until July 28.
|8th International Altruism Festival|
CasaMagna Marriott Resort & Spa
CasaMagna Marriott Resort & Spa is once again the proud sponsor of the 8th International Altruism Festival in Puerto Vallarta. This gastronomic and cultural event creates awareness among the population to support those who need it the most.
|US, Mexico, Canada Launch Joint 2026 World Cup Bid|
The football associations of the United States, Canada and Mexico have announced their intention to submit a joint bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
|Mexico Hands USMNT First Home FIFA World Cup Qualifying Loss in 15 Years|
The Associated Press
Mexico grabbed a memorable late win in Columbus to end a long-running curse and start World Cup qualifying in style.
|United States to Host Mexico in FIFA World Cup Qualifier in Columbus, Ohio|
LA Galaxy Insider
U.S. Soccer announced on Monday that their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Mexico will be held at MAPFRE Stadium on November 11th.
|Tough Times for Mexico Handmade Football Business|
In a Mexican state reeling from rampant drug violence, a little town continues to produce hand-stitched footballs. But with competition growing overseas, this local industry is slowly dying.
|Homeless World Cup Comes to Close as Mexico Retains Men and Women's Titles|
The curtain came down on the Homeless World Cup in Glasgow on Saturday, with both the Mexican men and women’s teams taking home the silverware and retaining their titles.
|14th Homeless World Cup Kicks-Off This Weekend|
The Homeless World Cup kicks-off this weekend with Glasgow’s George Square being transformed into a multi-stadium venue for the occasion.
|Mexico's Humiliating Copa America Loss to Chili Was Somehow Even Worse Than It Seemed|
A team that dreamed of winning Copa America suffered the country's worst ever defeat in any tournament.
|Mexico Must Now be Considered a Serious Contender for Copa America Title|
When “Tecatito” darted past five defenders before firing in an outrageous 80th minute equalizer against Venezuela it meant more to Mexico than just securing top spot of Group C in the Copa America.
|Chicharito Powers Mexico Past Jamaica Into Copa America Quarterfinal|
The Associated Press
When Javier Hernandez headed home an early goal for Mexico, he set off a seismic celebration at a Rose Bowl packed to bursting with green-clad fans. He also sent Copa America’s other home team rolling toward the next round.
|Relegation Woes for Mexico's Hand-Crafted Footballs|
For 50 years, hand-stitching footballs has been the livelihood of Mexicans from the small town of Chichihualco, in the impoverished Guerrero mountains. But drug trafficking and low-priced goods from Asia are threatening their way of life.
|When/Where to Watch Copa America 2016 Live Online|
When it comes to the biggest soccer tournament of Americas, the less said the better. It is an occasion when the soccer fans from not just the continents but also from other parts of the world descend to enjoy the best soccer on offer.
|FIFA Fines Mexico for 'Homophobic Chants' from Fans|
FIFA, the world football governing body, on Friday decided to impose bans and fines on several football associations for homophobic chants by supporters during the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
|United States, Mexico in Talks for Joint 2026 World Cup Bid, Supported by FIFA|
The United States and Mexico are considering a joint bid for the 2026 World Cup and have already won early support from FIFA president Gianni Infantino.
|Mexico Could be Hosting World Cup Soccer in 2026|
According to Mexican newspaper Record, Mexico wants to host the 2026 World Cup, and intends to chat with the FIFA congress in May to make that happen.
|Mexico Beats Canada, Qualifies for CONCACAF Finals|
The Associated Press
Andres Guardado and Jesus Corona scored first-half goals and Mexico beat Canada 2-0 Tuesday night in a World Cup qualifier to become the first nation to clinch a berth in the six-nation final round of the North and Central American and Caribbean region.
|Mexico Rules in World Cup Qualifier Win Over Canada|
Their sharply talented national team made the inside of the raucous stadium its own in a 3-0, fourth-round CONCACAF World Cup Russia 2018 qualifying victory against a stressed and over-matched Canada.
|Young Refugees Learn About Life on the Soccer Field|
Young refugees in the United States are learning about each other and their new country on the soccer field.
|Mexico Soccer Team, Led by Forward 'Chicharito,' Will Play in the Rose Bowl|
The Associated Press
Brazil and Mexico’s national soccer teams will play in two of three scheduled tournament games at the Rose Bowl for next summer’s 2016 Copa Centenario.
|Mexico Beat Honduras 2-0 in World Cup Qualifier|
Second-half substitutes Jesus Corona and Juergen Damm scored to give Mexico a 2-0 win over Honduras in a 2018 football World Cup qualifier at San Pedro Sula.
|A Soccer School Program of Life for Kids in Mexico|
An international game and a local Mexican star, Salvador Cabrera is helping transform kids and their neighborhoods through a special athletic program in Mexico.
|El Tri Beats USMNT in Extra Time to Win 2017 Confederations Cup Berth|
In a thoroughly entertaining affair in front of 93,723 spectators, on a sweltering night in the Rose Bowl, Javier Hernandez, Geoff Cameron, Oribe Peralta and Bobby Wood exchanged goals, before Paul Aguilar won it for El Tri in extra time.
|Mexico Claims Double Victory at Homeless World Cup 2015 in Amsterdam|
Mexico raised both the Women’s and the Men’s Homeless World Cup trophies in Amsterdam, making them just the second nation to secure a men’s and women’s title in the same year.
|New BBVA Bancomer Stadium in Monterrey Opens for Its First Match|
The 51,000-seat Estadio BBVA Bancomer is home to more premium seating - 324 suites and 4,500 club seats - than any other stadium in Latin America, built to showcase the Cerro de la Silla mountain south of Monterrey.
|Homeless World Cup Impacted One Million Lives, Says Co-Founder Mel Young|
The Homeless World Cup - a unique, pioneering social movement which uses football to inspire homeless people to change their lives - has positively impacted the lives of 1 million people around the globe.
|Guardado Lifts Mexico Past Angry Panama in Gold Cup Semi-Final Win|
The Associated Press
Andres Guardado scored two goals on penalty kicks, including the tiebreaker in extra time, and six-time champion Mexico beat short-handed and angered Panama 2-1 in the Gold Cup semifinals Wednesday night.
|Last-Minute Goal Sends Mexico Past Costa Rica and Into Gold Cup Semifinals|
The Associated Press
Andres Guardado scored on a penalty kick in the final minute of stoppage time in extra time to give Mexico a 1-0 victory over Costa Rica in the second game of a CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals doubleheader Sunday night.
|Mighty Mexico Romps to Comfortable 6-0 Victory Over Cuba in Gold Cup Opener|
Mexico’s Gold Cup quest got off to an emphatic start with a crushing 6-0 demolition of short-handed Cuba in their opening game on Thursday at Soldier Field.
|Huge Blow for Mexico: Javier Hernandez Breaks Collarbone, Out of 2015 Gold Cup|
Mexico’s worst fears have been confirmed: Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is out of the 2015 Gold Cup after suffering a broken collarbone.
|Playing Soccer in Mexico's Dangerous Barrio Bravo Neighborhood of Tepito|
The VICE Mexico team went to watch a soccer game between one of the barrios' best known teams against Las Gardenias, a team made up by travesties and transexual people that live in the barrio.
|Copa America: After Exit, Mexico Coach Herrera Says Must do Better at Gold Cup|
Malay Mail Online
Mexico boss Miguel Herrera blamed referees for his team’s early exit at the Copa America yesterday and said his players now have a duty to bounce back and win the Gold Cup in the United States next month.
|Miguel Herrera Warns Mexico Against Overconfidence with Gold Cup Soccer Draw|
Mexico has what looks like an easy passage to the Gold Cup quarterfinals this July, but coach Miguel Herrera is rightly redoubling efforts to make sure nothing is taken for granted.
|Mexican National Team Prepares for Copa America, Gold Cup & FIFA World Cup in 2015|
Soccer is without a doubt the most popular sport in the Latin American country of Mexico, and soccer fans have a full schedule ahead of them this year.
|Mexico Joins Homeless World Cup Kick-Off in Chile|
International teams gathered in Santiago de Chile on Sunday for the opening day of the 12th annual Homeless World Cup where 54 teams from 42 countries come together to play shortened matches of two 7-minute halves.
|A Hole New Ball Game: Introducing the Hot New Hybrid Sport of FootGolf|
Not athletic enough for football? Don't like the stuffiness of golf? No wonder FootGolf is taking off around the world, where you just have to kick a large ball into the hole.
|Free Soccer Academy Hopes to Break Mexican Kids Out of Child Labor Cycle|
Child labor is a big problem in Mexico. So common it’s almost considered normal. In Mexico City, a free soccer program is helping young underprivileged girls get off the streets and onto the field.
|Blind Find Game In Mexico Soccer League|
The Associated Press
As nations from around the globe battle in the World Cup, a more unusual soccer championship has just been decided on a hard court in Mexico's capital.
|Just for Kicks: Mexico's World Cup Squad Hopes to Emulate Youth Players|
Jason Margolis from PRI's The World went to Mexico City to see why the nation's two Under-17 World Cup titles haven't translated into victory on football's biggest stage.
|Mexico Opens World Cup with 1-0 Win Over Cameroon in Torrential Rain|
One day after a controversial penalty kick helped Brazil top Croatia in the opening match of the World Cup, Mexico had two goals disallowed by controversial offside calls in the first half against Cameroon on Friday.
|'Street Soccer Mexico' Is Showing Children and Young People a Better Way|
A fantastic social organization in Mexico City uses football to not only keep kids away from drugs and crime but to help them help their communities.
|Coach Miguel Herrera Bans Mexico Players from Alcohol, Sex During World Cup |
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera announced that he's banning members of El Tri from consuming alcohol or partaking in any sexual activities.
|Impoverished Kids Love Soccer Ball That Powers Lamp - Until It Breaks|
PRI's The World
Across the globe, even in impoverished communities where families can’t afford electric light, there is something you will almost always see: children kicking balls. What if you could harness that youthful energy to generate electricity?
|Mexico Battles US to Thrilling Draw in Not-So-Friendly World Cup Tune-Up|
The U.S. jumped out to a two goal lead in a clinical first half performance before El Tri clawed their way back into the match, pushing high up the pitch and scoring twice to end the match on level terms.
|Coca-Cola's FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour Makes an Impact in Mexico|
On the most recent stop of the worldwide adventure, the FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour by Coca-Cola is making a great impact in Mexico.
|El Tri Will Face Host Nation Brazil in Group A of the 2014 World Cup|
Mexico will, for a second consecutive time, face the host nation in the World Cup, but this time it will be against the vaunted - and favorite to win the World Cup - Brazil.
|Mexico Vs. New Zealand Results: El Tri Wins Pass to World Cup with 4-2 Score|
Mexico may have taken the long road, but the CONCACAF nation has officially qualified for next summer’s World Cup in Brazil.
|El Tri Destroys New Zealand 5-1 in First Leg of World Cup Playoffs|
Mexico thumped New Zealand 5-1 in the first leg of their qualifying playoff on Wednesday to move a big step closer to a place in next year's World Cup finals.
|Activist Group Pleads 'Please Don't Sell our Beloved Chivas to Carlos Slim'|
Hundreds of Chivas' fans and Two Countries One Voice held a press conference outside Stub Hub stadium, in which they read a letter addressed to Chiva's co-owners begging the husband-wife duo not to sell the Chivas franchise to Carlos Slim.
|US Beats Mexico 2-0, Clinches World Cup Berth|
The New York Times
The United States clinched its seventh straight World Cup appearance, getting second-half goals from Eddie Johnson and Landon Donovan on Tuesday night for the now traditional 2-0 home qualifying win over Mexico.
|Easy Sellout for US-Mexico FIFA World Cup Qualifier|
The U.S. Men's National Team will be playing in front of a capacity crowd when it faces Mexico on Sept. 10 in a 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifier at Columbus Crew Stadium in Columbus, Ohio.
|US Men's National Team Wins CONCACAF Gold Cup with 1-0 Victory Against Panama|
It is the fifth Gold Cup title for the US, but it’s first since 2007. The victory also extended the Americans’ winning streak to a record 11 games, four more than their previous best.
|Mexico Joins 63 Nations in 2013 Homeless World Cup in Poznan, Poland|
From August 10th to August 18th, 2013, 64 nations will take part in the 11th edition of the Homeless World Cup annual tournament, in Poznan, Poland.
|Mexico Moves on to Gold Cup Semifinals, Sights Set on Third Straight Championship|
Club America striker Raul Jimenez scored in the 83rd minute to give Mexico a hard-fought 1-0 win over Trinidad & Tobago, and a berth in the CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinals, Saturday night at the Georgia Dome.
|Public Application Period for Tickets to USA-Mexico World Cup Qualifier Now Open|
The public application phase for tickets to the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifier between the USA and Mexico at Columbus Crew Stadium begins today and runs through Monday, July 22.
|Gold Cup: Mexico Clinches Spot in Quarters with 3-1 Win Over Martinique|
Marco Fabian and Luis Montes scored goals 13 minutes apart in the first half and Mexico defeated Martinique 3-1 in the CONCACAF Gold Cup on Sunday.
|Gold Cup Opens with a Mariachi World Record and a Mexican Stand-Off|
Panama shocked Mexico 2-1 at the Rose Bowl in the opening match for both teams at the Gold Cup - plus a new world record for the largest ever Mariachi serenade with over 500 performers taking to the field at half-time.
|Mexico Undeterred by Protests Ahead of Brazil Confederation Cup Clash|
Mexico’s head coach Jose Manuel de la Torre will not be distracted by the civil unrest in Brazil when his side play the host nation in their second Confederation Cup match in Fortaleza on Wednesday.
|Italy Takes 2-1 Confederations Cup Win Over Mexico at Rio's Maracana Stadium|
Italy beat Mexico 2-1 in soccer’s Confederations Cup at Rio de Janeiro’s Maracana stadium.
|Mexico Downs Jamaica 1-0, Gets World Cup Qualifying Campaign Back on Track|
After settling for draws in their opening three matches, Mexico grabbed their first win of the final hexagonal beating Jamaica 1-0 on Tuesday night.
|Liga Mx Soccer League Teams Up to Launch Campaign Against Obesity|
Mexico's first division soccer clubs will be kicking orange-colored balls around the field starting next weekend as a reminder of the nation's fight against obesity.
|Mexico Melt in Honduras, US Freeze out Costa Rica in 2014 World Cup Qualifying|
Honduras keep hold of top spot in the CONCACAF Hexagonal standings after a draw against struggling Mexico; USA rebounded from their opening-day loss to win against Costa Rica, while Jamaica let a lead slip away, drawing 1-1 against plucky Panama.
|Chicago Named Host for CONCACAF Gold Cup Final|
Chicago will host the final of this year's Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football Gold Cup after the groupings and schedule for the 12-nation tournament were announced on Wednesday.
|Jamaica Ties Mexico, Honduras Beats US in World Cup Qualifying|
New England Soccer News
For the first time in history, the Jamaicans have been able to score a point after a match with Mexico. Jamaica surprised Mexico with a hard fought effort that resulted in a nil-nil tie in the opening rounds of 2014 World Cup qualifying.
|Annual Homeless World Cup Tournament Makes Great Strides in Mexico City|
As aspiring teams throughout the world continued their battle for a place at Brazil 2014 earlier this month, a World Cup of a completely different kind was reaching its conclusion in Mexico City.
|Homeless to Hero: Chile Shocks Mexico to Take Homeless World Cup 2012|
The Homeless World Cup reached its climax Sunday and Mexico almost completed an historic double. In the final, Chile won a thrilling encounter 8-5 in front of thousands of passionate Mexican fans.
|Mel Young: 'Homelessness and Poverty Are a Disgrace, Wherever They Are Found'|
The 10th Homeless World Cup kicked off in Mexico this week. Alex Lawson caught up with Co-founder Mel Young to speak about the world’s biggest tournament in recognition of the plight of homelessness.
|In Mexico City, Football Reaches Out To the World's Homeless|
It may not have been a conventional opening ceremony, but the organizers of the 10th annual Homeless World Cup are hoping for a life changing result. In Mexico City, the game is being used as a means to encourage homeless youngsters to compete, engage and shape their own futures
|2012 Homeless World Cup Football Kicks Off in Mexico City|
The 2012 Homeless World Cup has kicked off in Mexico City, with more than 60 teams participating, began at the Plaza de la Constitucion in the Mexican capital on Saturday.
|Eleven-Year-Old Boy With No Feet Pursues His Passion for Soccer|
Football, by its very nature, is a game played predominantly with the feet, but 11-year-old Gabriel Muniz is challenging this convention.
|US-Mexico Soccer Rivalry Focus of New Documentary|
Could the rivalry that simmers between the United States and Mexcio grow to become one of the biggest in world soccer?
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