All power soccer team members next to each other facing the camera. Logo above says Ability360 United.

WHAT IS Power Soccer?

Power Soccer is the first competitive co-ed team sport designed and developed specifically for athletes who use a power wheelchair. This provides the opportunity for power chair users to be part of a competitive team. During the game, two teams consisting of four players each try to score points against each other, and defend others from scoring by maneuvering an oversized soccer ball around the court. The Ability360 United Power Soccer Club was started in 2012 upon the opening of the sports center and has recently grown to roster not only one team but now has added a second team called the Ability360 FC. The team varies in ages starting from 6 years and up, which makes it a great family oriented competitive sport.

Ability360 United and Ability360 Football Club are United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA) registered, Founders Conference, Power Soccer teams. The teams compete in tournaments and games such as Duel in the Desert and PowerBlast. For More Information Contact Nick Bright at NickB@Ability360.org

Ability360 Football Club

 
Dalen Soto

#7
Dalen Soto
San Diego, CA

Chris Schwab

#46
Chris Schwab
Prescott, AZ

Marc Schwab

#56
Marc Schwab
Prescott, AZ

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Evan Breton

Austin Cuaderno

#13
Austin Cuaderno
Anthem, AZ

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Filson Awale

 

Ability360 United

 
Mark Aceves

#1
Mark Aceves 
Tempe, AZ

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#19
John Beaubien
Glendale, AZ

Alison Baionno

Coach & Team Manager
Alison Baionno
Philadelphia, PA

David Miller

#10
David Miller
Scottsdale, AZ

James Hinckley

#40
James Hinckley
Phoenix, AZ

Jacob Ulrich

#10
Jacob Ulrich
Waddell, AZ

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Ken

 

Sponsorship Levels for Ability360 United Power Soccer Team

2017 - 2018 Season

  •  Company logo on all Ability360 Power Soccer marketing materials
  • Website, poster, flyers, website, social media, recognition in LivAbility Magazine, three monthly newsletters
  • One “Thank You” social media post during the season and one during tournaments
  • Recognition on the Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center Donor Wall
  •  One full page advertisement in LivAbility Magazine or two half page advertisements
  • Vendor table at two Ability360 events of choice
  • Company logo on team jerseys
  • Company logo on banner displayed at games and practices
  • Team photo with sponsor logo
*All donation amounts are greatly appreciated to offset costs of travel, coaching, and equipment.