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Journalist Barbara Levin deep dives into the stories behind the women who have chosen activism as their way of life...Read More
What a night! The amazing women from Moving the Goalposts who had traveled all the way from Kilifi enden up victorious, brining the GGWCup trophy home with them!
From the GGWCup team we just want to say THANK YOU! to all the amazing teams, volunteers and partners who made the Global Goals World Cup happen on September 19th.Read More
LET'S PLAY !!!
The Game program is ready for download.Read More
Artist and activist Annie Lennox and Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark will be the ones to announce the last two players on the SDG 5 (Gender Equality) Dream Team ahead of the 2nd Global Goals, five - a – side soccer World Cup Final.
Today (Sept 18th) Annie Lennox announces her choice of player: Muzoon Almellehan, a Syrian refugee and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.Read More
Meet Team Saturday Night Lights.
Playing for goal # 10: Reduced Inequalities
The times when teens or at-risk youths are most likely to get involved with crime is on the weekends. These soccer programs therefore run every Friday and Saturday evenings, turning on lights in gyms and soccer fields at times they are ordinarily closed. Hence their name: “Saturday Night Lights.”Read More
Can a young shy girl from a small village in South Africa become an outspoken champion of girl's rights? You "BET SHE CAN!" -This is the name of the organisation that this next SDG 5 Dream Team player founded to create a network of support and mentorship for young women in her home country.Read More
Imagine growing up watching your brother or father juggle a ball for hours in the backyard, but when it’s game day, you aren’t allowed to watch him play in the stadium. You can only see him play on TV or hear from others about that time he scored that amazing goal or made a tackle that saved the game. This is unfortunately the reality of daughters, sisters, wives and mothers today in certain countries where gender equality is not enforced.Read More
When you think of education, an image of a classroom with a group of students sitting at desks most likely comes to mind. The truth is, education comes in many forms – and isn’t just restricted by the premises of a classroom. Meyers FC believes that education means providing individuals with the proper resources to get desired opportunities in life. Naturally, they will be playing for GOAL #4: Quality Education.Read More
NEXT GENERATION TEAM
Team SHE’S WORTH MORE is made up of soccer girls from Weston High School in Fairfield County, supporting Save the Children and playing for GOAL #5: gender equality. They stand up for the rights of the Girl Child.
Meet Team Feminist Camp. They will be bringing the organization’s mission to Global Goals World Cup, playing for GOAL #5: Gender Equality.
"A lot of people say they’re feminist but haven’t paused to find a way to make it more specific to their lives.” Says Founder and team captain Amy Richards
Meet Team ASK For Choice a group of former college athletes from Harvard and Columbia University. They will unite with their former rivals on the soccer field, to bring their mission to Global Goals World Cup, playing for GOAL #5: Gender Equality.Read More
Giving voice to the struggle of the people of Dominica
People in the Commonwealth of Dominica are living in fear of natural disasters, which is why Team Climate Reality will be playing for GOAL #13, Climate action, at Global Goals World Cup.
Meet Team BIG FC
“As architects, designers and facilitators of the built environment, it is not only our possibility, but even our responsibility to change the surface of the planet for the better – and to make our physical world a bit more like our dreams, or our fantasies,”