WELCOME TO GLOBAL GOALS WORLD CUP South Africa
JOHANNESBURG SATURDAY OCTOBER 13TH 2018
WHO CAN PLAY?
A Global Goals World Cup team consists of any 5-8 women aged 13 and up. You can represent an organization, a company, a country or just yourselves!
To enter, you must be available to be in Johannesburg on October 13 2018. Unless otherwise indicated by the organizers, teams must cover their own travel and accommodation.
To play in our tournament soccer skills are optional, but passion for sustainable development is mandatory! Crowd engagement, taking action for the SDGs as well as your original team style will all be counted as you score points for change! Goals World Cup is the first ever activist world cup for amateur women.
WHY WE PLAY
Our tournaments are as much about enjoying sport as they are about bringing all kinds of amazing women together to meet, play and make some noise for the world we want. Since 2016 Global Goals World Cup events around the world have brought adolescent girls and women together with stakeholders from all parts of society to form plans, actions and partnerships to achieve the 17 Sustainable Goals
For press material and more information please contact DMcAlpine(@)savethechildren.org.za
VENUE AND REGISTRATION
WHERE: Johannesburg venue announced shortly
WHEN: October 13th 08:30-17:00
HOW TO REGISTER: Registration is free, but teams are selected based on the quality of your initiatives.
Register your team and, tell us about your plans to help drive progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals and change the world.
The selected teams will be notified by end September giving you time to organize your travel and stay in Johannesburg.
WHO IS BEHIND?
The Global Goals World Cup is the initiative of danish non profit sports organisation Eir Soccer. It is a global women's amateur football championship for the UN SDG's (Global Goals). Eir soccer works locally with strong partners across different sectors to combine global scale with strong local impact.
The Global Goals World Cup South Africa is hosted by Save the Children in association with the Royal Danish Embassy and the Embassy of Ireland.