In 2014, the Homeless World Cup was held in Chile. In specially constructed stadia and pitches 63 teams from 49 nations competed and over 500 players showed the world how football has helped them to change their lives. In 8 days, more than 350 matches were played by homeless and socially disadvantaged men and women from across the world.

We were honoured when Stichting Life Goals asked us to design and produce a special match and training kit for the Dutch teams. So, proudly based on our national colour of orange, the new COPA kits were worn by the men and women teams who finished 6th and 8th out of 63, which is their best ranking at the Homeless World Cup ever.

Photo credits: Daniëlle Batist / Stichting Life Goals