The increasing focus and commitment to the improvement of women's grassroots football development, culminated with Slum Soccer's first ever Women's National Championships.
Homeless World Cup Partner in South Africa, SA Homeless Street Soccer (SAHSS) held its Western Cape Provincial street soccer finals in Cape Town on April 14th 2012.
Our National Partner in Denmark, OMBOLD, has held this season's first tournament and for the first time ever they have also run a women’s competition.
Maria Brown was the coach for Team Paraguay at the Rio 2010 Homeless World Cup. Here are her impressions about how that tournament and football have made a real change to the Paraguayan girls who were involved.
Homeless World Cup National Partner in New Zealand - Street Football Aotearoa (SFA) hosts the 2nd Street Footy National Championship in Lower Hutt on the 31st of March.
One of the youngest football players in the Bulgarian "Team of Hope" is 21 year old Borislav Angelov, Bobie, who joined the project in October 2011 and has hardly missed a training session since.
Today was D-Day in Chennai, the time when the 7 young people we had been working with took centre stage and delivered the first sessions of the #FootballFirst Coach Education Programme to 20 new coaches.
The Homeless World Cup is more than an annual tournament. Around the world every day of the week people are changing their lives through becoming involved in playing football.