Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. – National CORE will welcome the U.S. women’s indoor soccer national team to the Toyota Arena on Sunday, September 10 as the major sponsor of the team’s match against Mexico’s national women’s team.

The match is the first of a doubleheader that includes a face-off between the U.S. and Mexico’s men’s indoor national teams.

“National CORE is proud to serve as a major sponsor of the U.S. women’s national indoor soccer team match,” National CORE President Michael Ruane said. “Excellence is one of the central values of our U.S. women’s team – just as it is for National CORE in our efforts to create high-quality affordable living communities across the nation. This promises to be a match well worth watching.”

The doubleheader will begin at 1 p.m. with the women’s match and conclude with the 5 p.m. men’s game.

Toyota Arena, home of the Empire Strykers, is providing access to both games with one ticket.

Jimmy Nordberg, executive vice president of the Strykers, welcomed National CORE as a sponsor.

“We are beyond thrilled to have National CORE on board as our official sponsor for the USA women’s indoor soccer game,” Nordberg said. “Their support means our community can come together and revel in this momentous event.

For more information on tickets and sponsorship opportunities, visit or call (909) 457-0252.

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About National CORE

National CORE is one of the largest nonprofit developers in the nation, with a 30-year history of being an innovator in the field. In 2021 National CORE became one of only two affordable housing developers to earn an A+ credit rating from Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings. In 2022, National CORE issued $100 million in Series 2022 Social Bonds to accelerate the development of critically needed affordable housing. Serving more than 25,000 residents, National CORE strives to be a launching pad, not a landing pad, for families struggling financially. In 1998 National CORE created the Hope through Housing Foundation, a philanthropic nonprofit, whose mission is to end the cycle of generational poverty through resident services that promote educational attainment, economic mobility, and overall wellbeing.