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6 Nations Tournament - Belfast Dec 2019

Mexico Homeless World Cup 2018

Video capturing some of the highlights of a memorable trip.

Homeless World Cup - Training Camp

Video made during our 3 day training camp in Newcastle, co Down in August 2017. Both teams getting ready for the Oslo World Cup. Players tell us how Street Soccer has benefited them.


Homeless World Cup - Oslo 2017

NI vs Wales Line up.  We went on to win the game to finish 2nd in the group behind Russia.


Homeless Soccer 5 Nation's Cup

We hosted the first tournament of it's kind here in Belfast at Queen's University. England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland came across with a men and women's team to take part in the 3 day event in September 2016. Scotland were crowned champions in both finals with the men beating NI in a close final. Due to this tournament Ireland and NI produced their first ever women's team which opened the door for both to enter the Oslo World Cup in Norway in 2017.


Steven Weldon who volunteers at Street Soccer tells his story about being homeless


Ulster Bank our Homeless World Cup shirt sposnors made this great video at our annual fundraiser tournament


Street Soccer Belfast

Terry coaching the guys at the drop in session on Firday morning. 20th Feb 2015


Street Soccer Belfast

Terry impressed at the guys committment in the rain at Shaftesbury Community Centre. 13th Feb 2014

Street Soccer Belfast

Some 5 aside football at Shaftesbury Community Centre. 12th Dec 2014






Brendan Kinsmore

Brendan Kingsmore - Captain of the Northern Ireland's Homeless World Cup team in Chile 2104. Brendan was homeless for over 9 years living in and out of hostels across the city. Coming across Street Soccer NI has changed his life around, he led his team to their first ever World Cup Trophy in Saintiago. Since returning from the World Cup Brendan now has his own home, a job and is a volunteer for Prince Trust.  Brendon also wants to do his coaching badges and go to the next World Cup as a voluteer coach. 

Padraig McKissock

Padraig McKissock - Padraig after a great display in the Homeless World Cup was invited for trials to a number of different Irish league clubs including Glentoran and Crusaders. Padraig after training for Bangor and impressing the coaches decided that was the club for him.  

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