At the heart of the USSFâ€™s ability to achieve its mission is the wherewithal to fund the growth of the sport for long-term success. After four years of hard work to stabilize revenues and extensive cost-cutting in every area of the organization (except player development and National Teams), U.S. Soccer is financially strong enough to support the seven initiatives that constitute its mission, which is to build the sport of soccer in the U.S.
Major reserve funding achieved by:
Even though the USSF has built a reserve fund to approximately $30 million, the organization currently has reserve and capital commitments of $39 million, which means the reserve fund is still somewhat under-funded. Current reserve commitments include:
The financial strength of the U.S. Soccer Federation is the foundation on which soccer development in the U.S. is based. The USSF Board of Directors and staff have the fundamental obligation to make certain that the financial foundation of the organization is firm, so it can deliver on its mission â€“ developing the programs necessary to build long-term success of the sport of soccer in the United States.