Team Australia enjoyed a wonderful experience at the Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup which was capped by winning the Team Fair Play Award
Teams break the culture barriers and make friendships around the globe
I am back home now after a fabulous week of positive energy, exciting football, colourful crowds and special sounds at the Paris 2011 Homeless World Cup which finished last week
There are so many wonderful memories. I spend the day in the office going through hundreds and hundreds of e-mail messages and other administrative matters which have piled up when I have been away. All of the hard work is worth it when you know just how many lives have been changed.
Indonesia, Japan, and Australia earn team recognition for fair play; individual awards go to Slovenia, Uganda, Ireland, Indonesia, Mexico, and Scotland
Mexico took on Kenya in an enthralling final of the Paris 2011 Women’s Homeless World Cup before a packed Stade de Liberte.
An impressive victory ensures Haiti take silverware from 2011 Paris Homeless World Cup
Switzerland kept the match close in the first half, but Kyrgyzstan remained out of their reach in the end
Sides inseparable in normal time but Dutch grab victory
Spain faced Japan in their final match of the 2011 INSP Cup
The support of coaches is essential for the players on and off the pitch throughout the challenging, fast-paced, and often stressful experience that is the tournament