Our Partners

GGWCup Partners

The GGWCup is developed by the Danish sports organization Eir Soccer, who in 2015 set out alongside with their first partner - UNDP - to use sport as an accelerator for change. Since then they have been creating sports events that inspire women to become champions of the 17 SDGs to help drive progress and change in their communities.

Thank you to all our partners and supporters who make this possible. Please reach out to co-founder Majken Gilmartin if you would like to join the coalition of sports for sustainable development.


Global Partners & Collaborators

GGWCup inspires and activates women globally to realize the Global Goals. Together we can rally leaders from business, government and NGOs to action for new partnerships that drive inclusive growth and accelerate solutions to the SDGs.
— Ann Rosenberg, SVP, Global Head of SAP Next-Gen.

New York Partners & Collaborators

“Sport is symbolic because it means that you have to participate, you have to go on the pitch when it is football, you have to try and score the goals, and you need to work as a team,” — Helle Thorning, first female Prime Minister of Denmark.

Danish Partners & Collaborators

“Danfoss is already active in many public-private partnerships, mainly with the United Nations Environment Program, the UN Global Compact and Sustainable Energy for All (SE4All). This time is different, the Global Goals World Cup really allows for active engagement of employees. “Awareness-raising is the first thing we need to do, to hold our governments accountable when it comes to the implementation of the Global Goals. At Danfoss we are already planning to keep the team after the tournament and replicate it at our Danfoss campuses across the world,” — Birgitte Ladefoged, Denmark. HR Director Danfoss.

Mumbai Partners & Collaborators


UAE / MENA Partner & Collaborators

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Bangkok / Singapore Partners & Collaborators


Partners & Collaborators for Global Goals Leagues & Global Goals World Club


Danish Arla Foods Ingredients encourage Argentinian girls to play for the world they want

A new football league, “La Liga del Potrero Femenina”, for girls between the ages of 12-17 from neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires has launched April 2018 with playful partners - and Arla Food Ingredients kept the ball rolling and arranged a friendly match between Boca Social at La Bombonera and Arla Foods Ingredients.

The project is supported by: The Danish Embassy - Boca Social Foundation -The City of Buenos Aires - EIR Soccer - Arla Food Ingredients - Lone Lighthouse - GANNI - Coaches Across Continents - Bread And Butter - World’s Largest Lesson

To celebrate our commitment to the UN sustainable development goals and Eir Soccer, our South American women’s team played a friendly match against Boca Social at La Bombonera, one of the most famous soccer stadiums in Argentina. Discover who won the match.” Video © Andy Anderson.

“The Global Goals World Cup Tournament is a great example of bringing sport and politics together to create those partnerships that are necessary to achieve our common goals.” — Kristian Jensen, Denmark. Minister of Foreign Affairs.