Everyone deserves an equal chance at life, and although we realise this is not always possible, we believe in providing the necessary tools to give Street Soccer players the best chance at making positive choices.
Our prisons programme is in place to prevent re-offending, support mental health and reduce risk of homelessness.
Newly released prisoners are eight times more likely to take their own life. With 60% of participants in the Street Soccer programme are still engaged in our community drop-in sessions, we believe we can help build a brighter future.
The initial steps during our programme are often the foundations for positive change with ongoing support accessible for all players in the prisons programme, during and after liberation. For many players, this is just the beginning of their Street Soccer journey.
Football is loved universally and for many years has proved successful in breaking down barriers between players of all ages, genders and backgrounds. By offering a structured session of football across a 12-week programme, Street Soccer engages isolated individuals with learning opportunities.