8 Enthusiasts' Save the Children India main aim and team motto is 'Education is the Key! Let's welcome them & wish them the best of luck for the Global Goals World Cup.
The motto of Dreaming In A Slum is what their team represents whole-heartedly 'One Team One Dream'. Here's wishing them the very best for the upcoming Global Goals World Cup.
8 Crazy Dreamers, Save the Children India, are pumped-up for the upcoming Global Goals World Cup and will be determined to win big at the biggest stage of them all. Their aim of Equal Opportunities to Basic Rights is inline with their SDG, SDG 5 - Gender Equality. Here's wishing them the best of luck for the showdown come February.
One organisation that is known for the hard work that they've put in to make our society a better place is team OSCAR Foundation. They are advocating Gender Equality and are going to be a very strong competitor to all the other teams come February. Let's welcome the newest team with a big round of applause!
When a team's motto says 'Football is our way of life' you know they've done their homework for the upcoming Global Goals World Cup. With 10 days to go for the football extravaganza at Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School and Junior College, here's wishing Sellebrity F.C, the football lovers the very best of luck for the upcoming games.
The tagline says it all 'Let's go Kopana!' The latest entrant who will be hoping to take home the accolades is Kopana Football School. They are playing for Gender Equality and Women Empowerment and we wish them the very best for accomplishing their goals.
Forca Goa Foundation is a team that has multiple and diverse Sustainable Development Goals and football runs in their veins. When a team uses football as a tool to empower the people of the country, then we know for sure they will be a force at the GGWCup Mumbai. Here's hoping for some cracking games that lie ahead!
The hosts for the GGWCup Mumbai are not just a school, they are thoroughbred football lover and they will prove it, when they stop on the field come February. A very loud round of applause for our hosts Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School and Junior College!
Mission SanScar's message is loud and clear - Equality For All, Gender No Bar! Will they overcome all other teams and emerge victorious? Well, there's only one way to find out and that's to watch them in action when the GGWCup begins.
Girls Get Going is a part of the PIFA Foundation and have been working tirelessly towards Gender Equality, their Sustainable Development Goal. And when hard work is their DNA, it will not be any surprise to see them out-run all other opponents on the field at the GGWCup Mumbai 2019. Here's wishing them the very best for upcoming games.
The Myna Mahila Foundation works to empower women to talk about issues that they are afraid to discuss out loud and we salutes this spirit! They'll be hoping to reign supreme come February as they'll go head-to-head against the others at the GGWCup Mumbai.
When running is in their DNA, do you think they'll be afraid to tackle any problem that lies ahead of them? Welcome to the fold, All India Pinkathon Training Girls, the latest entrant who will be testing their skill against the best teams at the upcoming Global Goals World Cup.
The Second Chance Project is a youth-led social initiative to raise awareness about organ donation in India. They support Global Goal 3 - Good Health and Well-Being - and believe that each individual should have good health, and no one should suffer or lose their lives due to the unavailability of organs.
Team Magic Bus Star and team Soccer United are both playing for Global Goal 4. Magic Bus works with India's poorest communities and children using an award-winning activity-based curriculum culminating in a Livelihoods programme. The keywords are gender equity, education and life skills and builds up towards future that is productive and dignified.
Team Magic Bus Chooses to Matter are playing for Global Goals 5 - Gender Equality. The Magic Bus team’s vision is to give millions of children living in poverty the opportunity to control the way they view the world, the freedom to choose the role they will play in it, and the power to define their own destiny.
Let’s talk about periods. Ladies thank you for speaking up and WOW for just installing a sanitary napkin vending machine at a bus! Team Mai.Period is playing for Goal 6 Clean Water & Sanitation. Yeah!
The Mumbai Girls Football team was set up with only one crystal clear aim - through women in sports, start a movement in the country. Since 2014, they have successfully started one football club and have tied up with 20 other clubs as well. Their initiatives have directly impacted almost 500 girls in the country and we are sure this team will be looking to have a positive impact on the upcoming GGWCup as well!
Just like their motto that says 'Kicking Boundaries', the team from Parcham will be looking to kick the ball into the back of the net when the Global Goals World Cup kickstarts in Mumbai at the Fr. Agnel Multipurpose School and Junior College. With just a few days to go for the big day, here's wishing them the best for the games!
Powerful Souls represent the noble cause that the Antarang Foundation is striving towards. All things aside, we all know the one thing that they'll be striving to achieve and that will be to win the Global Goals World Cup. Here's wishing them the best!
The Amazons are representing SP Jain Institute of Management & Research (SPJIMR) and will be hoping to give all the other teams an education in the art of football. All for one and one for all is their essence and we're hoping that they provide some really good competition at the Global Goals World Cup.