United States Men’s National Team And Juventus winger Tim Weah Joins Brooklyn FC’s Ownership Group


U.S. Men’s National Team winger Tim Weah has recently joined the ownership group of Brooklyn FC. This collaboration comes at an exciting time as the club’s women’s team is preparing for the upcoming USL Super League season, while the men’s team is getting ready for a move to the prestigious USL Championship in 2025.

Weah, 24, who was born and raised in Brooklyn with roots in Queens, expressed his gratitude for the chance to connect with his hometown through soccer. He emphasized that Brooklyn FC is not only focused on top-tier professional football but also on creating opportunities for personal and professional growth for both men and women associated with the club.

“I am thankful for the chance to be part of Brooklyn Football Club’s ownership team and strengthen our ties to the people of New York, the borough of my birth, and the city I cherish,” Weah stated. “BKFC is a grassroots-oriented club that aims to offer high-level professional football as well as open up new avenues and opportunities for individuals both on and off the field.”

Weah commented on his new role

As the son of Liberia’s 25th President and former Ballon d’Or winner George Weah, Tim Weah has an impressive track record internationally and with renowned clubs such as Juventus, PSG, Celtic, and Lille. His history of success underscores his skill and dedication to the sport, aligning well with Brooklyn FC’s mission of giving back to local communities and fostering a culture of achievement throughout the club.

Under the ownership of North Sixth Group and its subsidiary Club Underdog, Brooklyn FC is set to make an impact not only in New York’s soccer landscape but also on a global scale. With a focus on community involvement and sporting success, the club aims to motivate and empower aspiring footballers in Brooklyn and beyond.

“Tim is an outstanding ambassador for Brooklyn FC, and we are excited to have him join the ownership group. Apart from his excellence on the field, Tim is deeply committed to our mission of giving back to Brooklyn communities and expanding the sport that has given us so much. Tim’s journey from Brooklyn to the highest levels of international and club football serves as an inspiration to all New York footballers and helps us instill a culture of winning across all our men’s, women’s, and academy programs. We eagerly anticipate competing for championships at Maimonides Park in the upcoming season and beyond.”

Mack Mansfield, CEO of Brooklyn FC, praised Weah’s involvement

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