The past summer, ATSA signed a 5-year commitment with the youth soccer on the island of Aruba after it became a proud sponsor of SV Britannia. Locally known as “e puma nan di Piedra Plat”, SV Britannia has grown its membership over the years from 160 kids to about 230 kids.

The club recently invested in its own sports facility Franklin Bareno with artificial turf and became the first club on the island to propose a modern training ground for its members.

Because ATSA recognizes the dedication of SV Britannia to invest in the youth of the island, we had to assist the club to help them overcome future challenges that come along with an increasing number of members. Some of the challenges are additional coaches, assistant coaches, uniforms, and training equipment.