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Mission Statement:

GSN is an upbeat online community covering the latest in news, style, fitness and well being for girls and women who love the game of soccer.

Year Founded: 2017
Founder(s)/CEO(s): Jen Gruskoff
About the Founder(s)/CEO(s):

Soccer has been one of Jen’s favorite sports since she played on one of the original AYSO teams back in the day. When her daughter took it up, the game took on a new meaning. The community, culture, and lifestyle was as fascinating as the game itself. She connected deeply to it and found herself wanting to make art around it. Jen’s background in writing and film has made creating GSN with her “soccer hubby” Michael Raimondi, an exciting adventure, one they hope you will go on with them.

Services Offered:
  • Brand Building
  • Facilitate Brand Partnerships/Sponsorships
  • Business Formation Assistance
  • Career Development
  • Coaching Opportunities
  • Compliance Reporting/Disclosures
  • Content Production
  • Contract Vetting
  • Digital Strategy
  • Fan Engagement
  • Financial Management
  • Group Licensing
  • In Person Event Facilitation
  • iOS/Android Mobile App
  • Legal Support
  • Logo Creation
  • Mentorship Opportunities
  • Monetization Ideation + Strategy
  • NFT Creation
  • Public Relations/Crisis Management
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Social Media Management
  • Tax Guidance
Top Brands Affiliated With:

ECNL, Fox Sports, WorldStrides, LA Times, Scratch, Q30, Forza Football

Cost for Athletes:

$0

Cost for Brands:

Consumers pay $30 a month, the NIL athlete makes 50% of their teams income (10 girls = $150 a month).

Estimated Number of College Athletes in 2021: 6-10
Quote from the Company:

We have developed Soccerista United, a program that matches college with young soccer players in our community for mentorship opportunities. Young girls pay for the opportunity to learn about aspects of the game that aren't typically covered: recruiting, nutrition, confidence, etc. Our college mentors earn money by leading these girls and growing their own following