An Edinburgh-based Scottish football blogger is aiming to raise cash for the Homeless World Cup with one of Scotland's first 24 hour blogging.
Super fan Tracey Steele will make an amazing skydive from above the world’s highest peak in support of the Homeless World Cup.
In February 2011, Rudy Crenshaw was living in the stairwell of an apartment building in the Bronx. By August she was in Paris, representing her country at the Homeless World Cup.
Lisa Wrightsman represented the United States at the Rio 2011 Homeless World Cup and went on to coach her country in Paris last August. Enjoy the story of her incredible achievements in overcoming adversity through football.
Former champions Brazil top the 2012 Homeless World Cup Rankings following a string of impressive tournament performances.
This week three nations were welcomed to the Homeless World Cup Family. Our International Hub manager Bernhard Wolf introduces us to another of our new partners, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
This week three nations were welcomed to the Homeless World Cup Family. Our International Hub Manager Bernhard Wolf introduces us to one of our new partners, Bulgaria.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria and Moldova are the latest nations to have joined the Homeless World Cup’s international network of more than 70 partner organisations.
Read the latest blog from Bernhard Wolf, the Homeless World Cup Hub Manager Central - Eastern Europe, as he talks about the Slovenian Homeless Word Cup National Team.
The Australian Embassy has saluted the Indonesia players who debuted at the Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup.
The Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup was a fantastic event for the two Canadian teams taking part and one of their main supporters, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, has documented the journey of both teams.