Multicultural United Soccer Club
7016 Terminal Square, Suite 1A
Multicultural United Soccer Club (MUSC) is a recreational and character-building outreach program of the Multicultural Community Family Services to Upper Darby and surrounding communities.
MCFS was founded in May 2003 by Gore and Portia Kamara to provide support services to immigrants and refugees resettling in Delaware and Philadelphia Counties. Today, MCFS provides educational, job readiness, behavioral health, recreational, and home care services to a diverse population of more than 500 individuals, youths, and families residing in Delaware and Philadelphia Counties.
Learn more about MCFS and our community services at www.mcfsorg.com.
It is committed to creating opportunities for diverse youths from many nationality backgrounds to come together, play soccer, grow in character, and have fun while doing so.
MUSC provides a positive social environment where our players have the opportunity not only to play soccer, but also to learn valuable life lessons relating to friendships, teamwork, respect for others, trust, self-confidence, leadership, and commitment—life lessons they can carry with them into adulthood.
Support services are also offered, including tutoring and homework help and computer/internet access to youth who may need help with writing research papers.