Team Philippines in the Street Child World Cup

2018 Street Child World Cup, Moscow 

Next year, Fairplay will be sending 9 girls from across the Philippines to join the 2018 Street Child World Cup. Raising awareness of life on the streets and in the slums, Team Philippines will aim to improve the possibilities for children living and working in the streets of the Philippines and show just what former street kids can do when given an opportunity!

More details will be released about Team Philippines in the 2018 Street Child World Cup as the preparation unfolds. First we will host scouting events throughout the year as we select the representatives of Team Philippines from the provinces throughout the country.

After that, Team Philippines will be selected and announced later in 2017. The administrative process can start (visas and passports) as we hold a conference with and about street children and the issues they face.

Finally, a Training Camp will be held for the team a month before the tournament in preparation for Msocow, 2018, so the girls know each other well, have access to education at the Fairplay School, and can represent the Philippines in the SCWC Summit during hte Street Child World Cup itself.

If you want to be part of this exciting project as we show what former street kids can achieve on and off the pitch, then Contact Us for more information. For companies interested in partnering with Team Philippines, please see our brochure:

Team Philippines SCWC Project Proposal: Moscow, 2018

2014 Street Child World Cup, Rio 

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Fairplay took management of Team Philippines for the 2014 Street Child World Cup and onwards. The experience was challenging, fun, exhausting, and inspiring all at once.

9 boys and 9 girls came from different communities all across the Philippines to represent the country. The boys reached the Quarter Finals, losing on penalties to Pakistan. Meanwhile the girls defeated every opponent on the way to the Final against hosts Brazil. A narrow 1-0 loss meant the girls had to settle for silver.

Most importantly half of the children now have scholarships through football at University, courtesy of their home organisation. Others are working and others are still in High School preparing for University.

A huge thank you to our 2014 Major Sponsors

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