The Brams United Girls Soccer Club was established in 1978 with the vision to provide equitable soccer and physical literacy programs in Brampton. The Club operates with the guiding principle to provide players with a place to participate and stay active in a welcoming, safe and inclusive space. It aims to provide development opportunities for all ages and abilities, foster and advance leadership skill sets and develop strong relationships within the community through shared passions and interests.
Brams United offers various program options to ensure there is a program that fits the diverse community needs. Programs such as All Abilities, physical literacy programs for various ages, recreational, competitive, senior Women, supplemental training and camps are some of the programs offered.
Throughout the years, the Club has hosted an array of leadership workshops, annual mental health events and invited guest speakers and professionals to provide its players with a holistic experience. Brams United believes that offering youth a safe and healthy environment to learn the game of soccer, includes their mental health and resilience as well as their physical fitness and health.
Brams United regularly collaborates with other organizations to give back to the community. Recently, a fundraiser was hosted for the Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life Event. In the fall of 2020, the Club partnered with YesSheCanada to collect non-perishable food items in support of a local food bank. Just some examples of the many ways the Club has connected with and supported its community.
Recently, Brams released a new Inclusion Policy which was designeed to create an inclusive environment for transgender participants. With the introduction of this new policy, a new regsitration feature was introduced that allows members to share preferred pronouns which will also be included on the game sheets.
Brams pledges to be an organization that advocates for all, gives back to its community and provides services that develop players holistically both on and off the field.
Brams United Girls Soccer Club was nominated by the Peel Halton Soccer Association.