The Street Child World Cup is a global movement for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children are entitled to.
Ahead of each FIFA World Cup, we unite street children from across five continents to play football and join us in a unique international conference.
Together through football, art and campaigning we aim to challenge the negative perceptions and treatment of street children around the world.
On March 27th, 2014 our 10-day tournament and conference will kick off in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. You can join us on the Road to Rio by signing up to our supporters club now. This is more than a game.
David Beckham: “I look forward to Brazil in 2014 when street children from around the world will play football and represent the millions of children who still live or work on our streets.“ Read further endorsements here
Left in a rubbish bin as a baby, living on the streets aged 4 and at 31 a job, a home and a loving family. The incredible journey of Fabio.As part of the Street Child World Cup local advisory group in Rio de Janeiro and ... Read more
Dinara is 14 years old and lives in a park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to some, there are…Read more
Andy Newman, from Deloitte Central Europe, reports back on their Annual Cup and charity auction, this year in support of…Read more
More and more people are joining us on the Road to Rio. In this guest blog, US-based Team Burundi supporter…Read more