Hometown: Waterbury, CT          College: Wesleyan College

  Brandon Sousa  

Brandon grew up playing soccer in Waterbury, Connecticut. He attended the Taft School, a private boarding school in Connecticut where he played soccer and golf. His senior year he was the captain of both the Varsity Soccer Team and Varsity Golf Team. During his time at Taft, Brandon participated in a two-week community service trip to South Africa.


Brandon attended Wesleyan University where he studied economics and played midfield for the men’s soccer team. Brandon was two-time all-conference player his sophomore and senior years, and during his senior year lead the program to their second ever NESCAC final.  Outside of soccer, Brandon was a teaching assistant for the Economics Department. Brandon was very excited to bring his passion for soccer and community service to the Woza program. He loved leading trips to Costa Rica in the summer of 2017.


Woza Soccer is a registered  501(c)(3) nonprofit,

EIN  46-5028056

Woza offered financially accessible international summer service trips for high school and college soccer players, using the game to create connections across cultures and support Sport for Development and Peace organizations around the world. With soccer, service work, and cultural immersion at the heart of each itinerary, we strove to broaden the perspectives of players by demonstrating their abilities to connect with people of all backgrounds and engage long term in soccer-focused social impact. 

(206) 900-5436    info@wozasoccer.com    

Though our doors are closed as of fall 2020, our legacy and spirit live on through our alumni, partners and beneficiaries.