Prague 2019

Global Goals World Cup for the first time in Czechia!

In 2019, the Association of Social Responsibility is bringing GGWCup to Prague

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For the first time, the Association of Social Responsibility welcomes you to a football tournament for the UN Sustainable Development Goals in Prague, City of a Hundred Spires, a part of the UNESCO heritage and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

The kick-off event of Global Goals World Cup Prague is going to be held on March 8, 2019, the International Women's Day 2019. Team sign-up will be open for women who are 18 or older. Make sure you register your team on time. To be able to register, each team needs to pick one of the 17 Global Goals to advocate.

The Global Goals World Cup in Prague is a part of the third year of the SDGs Awards, prestigious awards organised by the Association of Social Responsibility with support of the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Regional Development of the Czech Republic. The SDGs Awards are annually given to companies, NGOs and public institutions which are pioneers of sustainability in Czechia. The winners are acknowledged for incorporating the idea of sustainable development into their strategies and thus helping Czechia and the international community to attain a more sustainable future.

Read more about the Czech SDGs Awards here.


The GGWCup is the first activist world cup for women

We are proud to bring this unique football tournament to Czechia! By organizing the Global Goals World Cup, the Association of Social Responsibility would like to achieve the following goals:

  • to empower women in their activities to promote women’s rights

  • to activate support for gender themes in the Czech society

  • to involve Czech public personalities in the global goals agenda

  • to fulfil the UN Sustainable Development Goals

The Global Goals World Cup is not a usual tournament. In this 5v5 tournament where sports meet activism the participants need to be more than just athletes and sport fans.

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Who can set a team?

  • Women who are 18 years old or older.

  • Your team can represent an organization, a company, a country or just yourselves.

  • A Global Goals World Cup team consists of 5 to 8 women.

  • To be able to register, each team needs to pick one of the 17 Global Goals to advocate. 

  • If you want to play, you will need to pay a registration fee (more information will be provided soon).

How to play?

To enter the tournament, you must be ready to play in Prague on the May 29, 2019. Unless otherwise indicated by the organizers, teams cover their own travel and accommodation.


Location / Venue: Wenceslas Square

Wenceslas Square is one of the main city squares and the centre of the business and cultural communities of Prague.

Get directions to Wenceslas Square, 110 00 Praha 1 on Google Maps.

Krizovnicka. Photo © Petr Klapper.

Krizovnicka. Photo © Petr Klapper.

„Sport has the power to change the world. It has the power to inspire, it has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. Sport can create hope, where once there was only despair.“
~ Nelson Mandela

Soccer skills are optional, but passion for sustainable development and SDGs is mandatory

Watch this video to get inspired by some of the teams who played in the GGWCup Finals in New York 2018. After each game each team gets four points. Crowd engagement, taking action for the SDGs as well as your original team style is counted as your score points for change.

And remember, this tournament is all about being a more responsible human.

Read more about the point system here.


Association of Social Responsibility

The Association of Social Responsibility is the largest initiative of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Czechia. Within its unique vision, and with more than 260 members, the Association brings together involved parties and it links organizations from the corporate, non-profit, educational, and public sectors to increase their CSR and sustainable business potential and abilities.

Since 2016, A-CSR has been the national ambassador of a major global event Giving Tuesday and as such, the Association has contributed to the culture of donation in Czechia. Since 2017, the Association has been organizing the prestigious SDGs Awards that are a unique way of recognition of fulfilling the UN SDGs in Czechia. In cooperation with its members, the Association brings to Czechia other global initiatives such as Plogging Czechia, an eco-friendly activity combining jogging with picking up litter.

Through an active dialogue with the state, Association of Social Responsibility has a significant impact on CSR policy and agenda of sustainable development in Czechia. As the national partner of the United Nations Global Compact, A-CSR helps to bring to Czechia the global and unique know-how of this world’s largest sustainable business platform within the United Nations.

Read more about the Association of Social Responsibility here.

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Strong local partners and impact in Czechia

The Global Goals World Cup is the initiative of Danish non-profit sports organisation Eir Soccer. Eir Soccer works locally with important partners across different sectors to combine global scale with a strong local impact.

The tournament is a global women's amateur football championship for the SDGs. The Association of Social Responsibility is the regional partner of Eir Soccer, and it is organizing the GGWCup Prague. 

The Global Goals World Cup Prague is organized in local partnership with the Embassy of Denmark in Prague and the City of Prague.


Sponsor & partner
opportunities and press material

If your company or organisation would like to be part of the event and join the power-team behind the Prague tournament, we are always looking for partners and sponsors to help us build a spectacular event and strengthen our connection to the local community. 

For more information on the possibilities to get involved, do not hesitate to contact Karolina from the Association of Social Responsibility:

For press material, please contact Magdalena from the Association of Social Responsibility: