Aim Michigan is a 501(c)(3) non-profit sports organization established in 2012 and based in Michigan.


is to provide extraordinary athletic youth activities and programs enabling underprivileged children’s personal and professional success.


is to continue fostering and assisting the development of children through soccer and other sports to promote and encourage social, civic, educational, and athletic activities.

Data shows that the rising cost of organized sports has created an economic divide in which kids from lower-income families are increasingly left out of organized sports and competitions. Our founders grew up in low-income families in Dearborn and strongly believe in the importance of organized sports in life and that they must be accessible and affordable to all children regardless of their economic status. Many families in Dearborn, Detroit, and Melvindale face economic challenges that prevent them from enrolling their children in organized sports programs. Aim Michigan steps in as a solution to help underprivileged and underserved children stay away from the streets and enroll in high-quality and affordable athletic programs (waived under certain conditions) enabling them personal and professional success.

At Aim Michigan we emphasize education through sports, our purpose is to promote and conduct skill-based youth development programs in a safe environment that empowers children, regardless of their gender, ethnicity, ability, or economic status. We create an environment for our youth that fosters growth, development, and success. Our efforts these past 10 years are starting to pay off directly for our organization and community: there are numerous examples of former youth participants in our programs who went on to finish college and are now giving back to our community. We want to continue to support Michigan youth on their journey to success.


Youth Power: 

We believe in the potential of young people and choose to invest in them as the key to a brighter future for our communities.


To lead by example, developing, promoting, and sharing great new ideas and programs to help young children become successful.

Good Sportsmanship: 

Respecting everyone around you. Treat everyone with kindness and compassion. We’re at our best when we honor the equal dignity and worth of all people


We act with fairness, honesty, transparency, and accountability.

Community Commitment: 

We believe in the value of healthy, lasting relationships with our community. We are deeply connected with young people, their parents, and our community. We commit to allowing their voices to guide our work and doing whatever it takes to help them thrive.


    • For the last operating year Aim Michigan had 350+ youth soccer participants
    • For this operating year we anticipate 450 to 500 youth participants
    • Most of our youth participants come from low-income families who don’t have the financial means to pay the high fees that other clubs require.
    • Average household income in East Dearborn about 35K
    • Player fee is only $25/month.
    • Monthly fee is waived under certain conditions.


Gamal Alsawaf

Asian Football Confederation (AFC)  ‘B’, ‘C’ and ‘D’ Coaching Certificate

Al-Shamal SC Administrator, Qatar 2007-2011

Aim Soccer Club U-12, U14 coach (2014 to present)

Ahmed Said

United Soccer Coaches Diploma (level 6)

Michigan Premier Soccer League player 2015-2018

Abdulkafe Khaoug

Youth Coach 

A former professional player in the Syrian Professional Soccer League 

Al-Karamah Sports Club

Al-Wahda SC

Alfatouh SC

Represented Syria in the AFC U-16 Championship 

Represented Syria in the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup

Aim Soccer Club U-16, U18, and adult team Head Coach (2017 to present)

Mohamed Almaghribi

Former professional player 

Raja Casablanca, Morocco

Rass Alkhaimah, UAE

Sohar SC, Oman 

WAZA FC, Michigan 

Aim Soccer Club U6, U-8, U10 coach (2016 to present)

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(313) – 918 – 7845

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