Pure Game

We encourage vulnerable youth in the game of soccer to make better choices and live full, fruitful lives that reflect their beauty in God

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How We Give Life

Pure Game is a teaching platform that infuses a progressive style of sporting play with a character-building curriculum for boys and girls. The flexible small-sided Pure Game system allows us to play virtually anywhere, parks, gyms, parking lots or even streets. By using a formula we have developed, players are reorganized in to new teams after each game giving children the opportunity to play with and against each player in the group. There are no permanent imbalances in the teams’ skill levels, and players don’t have to be experienced. This is a part of the beauty and uniqueness of the Pure Game system. We use the most popular sport in the world to teach kids how to break free from their current circumstances and negative mindsets. We promote a life-changing message of growth and empowerment that helps develop every aspect of a child’s life.

Soccer is an excellent opportunity to break down barriers that keep people apart.  Differences of culture, language, and a general sense of mistrust can be replaced with confidence and camaraderie.  As a foundation of trust is established, our kids become comfortable engaging in a relationship with us. In this safe and encouraging environment, we have an opportunity to instill values that will help them reach their full potential and make good choices that reflect the beautiful truth of who they are.

This relaxed, yet dynamic micro-soccer program allows kids to have fun and enjoy learning and growing.  They are given opportunities to overcome their limitations, live satisfying and productive lives, and become capable and compassionate leaders in their communities.

Encouragement

“KidWorks is blessed to partner with Pure Game! Tony Everett has developed and uplifting experience for children and children at heart to enjoy the game of soccer. The beauty of Pure Game is that it doesn’t re-quire a lot of space or even fields. We simply clear out our parking lot on Friday afternoons and the kids love it!”
-ˇAva Steaffens, KidWorks

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