FC Cincinnati Announce FC Cincinnati College Ambassador Program

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February 7, 2024 – Major League Soccer (MLS)FC Cincinnati News Release

FC Cincinnati have announced the launch of the FC Cincinnati College Ambassador Program. The program is a partnership between FC Cincinnati and six area collegiate student athletes in continued efforts to broaden FCC’s fan base by connecting with young adults.

The program will help students develop their skills and learn from industry professionals. Along with professional development opportunities, students will receive an Apple TV MLS Season Pass subscription and discounts at the FC Cincinnati Team Store.

“We’re excited to announce the FC Cincinnati College Ambassador Program,” said Jeff Berding, President and Co-CEO, FC Cincinnati. “The inaugural cohort includes students from regional universities and, as we look to double our fan base, this program will help connect our club with young adults who are shaping the future of soccer. The FCC College Ambassador Program will provide students with one-of-a-kind experiences throughout the club’s 2024 season.”

FC Cincinnati will be working with two students each from Xavier University, University of Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky University. These students are:

Xavier University

– Brady Ahern (Track and Cross Country)

– Annie Sinning (Track and Cross Country)

University of Cincinnati

– Evan Tengesdahl (Football)

– Kendal Green (Women’s Soccer)

Northern Kentucky University

– Jeramiah Israel (Men’s Basketball)

– Keeyan Itejere (Men’s Basketball)

For more information about the FC Cincinnati College Ambassador Program, visit the program’s webpage at

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