Street Soccer NI
20 Montrose Street
Belfast, BT5 4HY
TRANSFORMING LIVES THROUGH FOOTBALL
We are passionate about bringing positive change to people's lives by offering help, community and hope for the future. Our programmes tackle homelessness, unemployment, addiction and mental health issues.
WHAT WE DO
We run free weekly football sessions across Belfast and Derry for men and women from disadvantaged backgrounds. Alongside the football we offer support around housing, employment, addictions, mental health issues and more.
We currently run 10 weekly sessions, working with over 120 people every week. Our projects include 6 sessions for men, 2 sessions for women and 2 sessions for people with Learning Disabilities.
We also have regular socials, tournaments and trips throughout the year including the annual Homeless World Cup.
HOMELESS WORLD CUP
Every year Street Soccer takes 8 homeless men and 8 homeless women away to represent Northern Ireland at the Homeless World Cup.
Alongside the once in a life time trip each player recieves one to one suppport for 6 months to help them bring positive change in their lives.
We have been to: Poland, Chile, Holland, Scotland, Norway, Mexico and Cardiff
Where and when are the Weekly sessions?
Monday: 8-10pm at Ashfield Boy’s School - Belfast
Monday: 9-10pm Magee Campus - Derry
Tuesday: 2-4pm at Waterworks - Antrim Road - Belfast (Mens)
Tuesday: 6pm Futsal at different locations (Womens)
Wednesday: 9-10pm – Grosvenor Rd Leisure Centre - Belfast (Mens)
Thursday: 6-8pm – Skainos Newtownards Rd – Belfast (Womens)
Thursday: 8-10pm - Magee Campus - Derry (Mens)
Friday: 1.30-3.30pm - Shaftesbury Community Centre - Belfast (Mens)
All our sessions are free. We can also support with travel, boots and kit