Brams United Girls Soccer Club History
Brams United Girls Soccer Club is a not-for-profit organization form June 1, 1978. Until 1978, there was no separate girls’ soccer club in Brampton, and the girls who wanted to play were placed on teams within the mixed girls/boys clubs. Some of the parents formed the opinion that the girls were being treated as “second-class” members of the clubs, and decided to form a separate club for girls only. “Brams” signified the combination of Brampton and Bramalea. “United” signified the club was not intended to separate Brampton into two distinct areas. Brams United is proud to serve the Brampton and Ontario Soccer community as the leading female soccer club. Within the 40+ years of operating, the Club has won 18 Provincial Titles, along with 1 National title, and over 100 players have earned scholarships throughout North America.
Brams United Mission
Become the leading Club in Canada for female athletes of all ages and abilities.
Brams United Vision
Development, Leadership, Community
2019-2021 Strategic Plan
Utilizing member feedback through surveys and consultation, Brams United Girls Soccer Club is proud to present the 2019-2021 Strategic Plan. The plan focuses on the four pillars, Governance, Technical, Community Engagement and Leadership.