Gauchos Give

The Men of the Gaucho’s Soccer Team take great pride in their community service involvements. In addition to their work with local organizations, the soccer team is also part of the Gauchos Give Tix Program, which provides free blocks of tickets to schools, non-profits, and charitable groups to attend one of their exciting Division 1 college games. But the fun doesn’t stop there. As part of the program, kids receive free admission to the Interactive Kid’s Zone (a carnival like area filled with soccer specific games and activities), the opportunity to be on the field for the player introduction before kick-off, and a post game autograph session with the UCSB Men’s Soccer Players.

Currently taking advantage of this wonderful opportunity is:

Washington School and Hollister Elementary- Attending the UCSB vs. Valparaiso game on Friday September 7 at 7:30pm

The Boys and Girls Club of Ventura, DeAnza Academy of Technology and Arts, Family Service Agency, Lompoc YMCA, Brandon School and Monroe Elementary School- Attending the UCSB vs. Irvine game on Friday October 5 at 7pm

ySTRIVE for Youth Inc, Kellogg Elementary School, El Camino Elementary School, Norte Dame School and Alpha Resource Center- Attending the UCSB vs. Northridge game on Sunday October 7 at 5pm

Isla Vista Elementary and Pathways to College- Attending the UCSB vs. Sacramento State game on Tuesday October 16 at 7pm

Vieja Valley Elementary School, Calvary Baptist Church, Santa Barbara Christian School, Lompoc Middle School,Lompoc YMCA, Brandon School, Hope School, Isla Vista Youth Projects, and Boy Scouts of Santa Barbara- All attending the UCSB vs. (their rival) Cal Poly on Friday October 19 at 7pm

La Patera School, La Colina Jr. High, Mountain View, Adams Elementary School and Peabody Charter School- Attending the UCSB vs. UC Davis game on Sunday October 28 at 2pm


There is still space available, but registration is on a first come first serve basis. Sign up your organization online or by phone today.

Phone: (805)893-UCSB(8272)



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