716 Champions League- 2018

Empowering Youth. Building Community.

A fundraising event for Algonquin Sports For Kids

Event Information

Thank you to our corporate sponsors:




October 6th, 2018

At Sportsplex
(90 Ridge Rd, North Tonawanda, NY 14120)

Algonquin Sports for Kids (ASK) creates a safe environment for over 2,250 young players, across Buffalo and Erie County. We provide young athletes the opportunity to participate in the games of soccer and tennis while learning about healthy behaviors and life skills that will enable them to become strong, productive members of our community. Algonquin Sports for Kids believes that sports, when done with the intention of developing the person first, can greatly impact a person's future choices and success. Your support of the 716 Champions League will enable young players in underserved areas across our community the opportunity and access to play, learn, and grow!

You can learn more about our work, mission, vision, and history at our website:

How can you help support Algonquin Sports for Kids?


Team captains can represent their favorite Champions League team, both on and off the field by registering and recruiting teammates. Teams have the opportunity to win the fundraising trophy and the tournament trophy!

Become a player, and choose your team.

Or, you can register as a fan by leaving the team blank and raising within your circle.  

Want to be a Team Captain in 2018 and see your favorite team represented

 - contact Anna-Lesa at

Sponsor Someone: Find your favorite team or player and earmark your donation, helping them compete for the fundraising trophy.

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About the Organization

Algonquin Sports For Kids

Algonquin Sports for Kids is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a dedicated approach to the development of youth sports programs in the City of Buffalo.
The staff and volunteers who make all of Algonquin Sports for Kids' programs and activities possible truly believe that sports-based youth development programs in after-school environments and in the communities where our players live have the power to keep children safe, inspire success among youth, and the motivation to be change leaders. The investment of time and resources into community-based programs like ours are powerful weapons in the fight against juvenile delinquency, childhood obesity, and our country's persistently high school drop-out crisis.

Algonquin Sports for Kids is particularly focused on the coach-mentor model of coaching and training. We train our coaches to develop relationship with players and their teams, focusing on having a fun-loving, sportsman-like attitude about their sport.