Written by: Josh Engleman
This year, in order to raise awareness and money for the Homeless World Cup Foundation, he has decided to go on a sponsored walk. We asked him to tell us his story.
As part of their preparations, they ask supporters to knit Switzerland scarves that will be given to opposing teams at the Chile 2014 Homeless World Cup
At 47, Chang Yong had spent most of his life suffering from depression and alcohol abuse. Through football, he has learnt to live again.
UEFA launches its first ever Social Responsibility Report featuring Homeless World Cup partnership.
Supported by “Football For Hope” and Instituto Português do Desporto e da Juventude (IPDJ), this initiative promotes the practice of sport as an innovative strategy for social intervention.