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HFCA (Happy Football Cambodia Australia) was formed in 2005, with the purpose of working with disadvantaged youth in Cambodia through the medium of the world's most popular sport, football.
We fund football programs in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, and endeavour to bring a team to the annual Homeless World Cup.
"HFCA is a terrific organisation and we're very proud of our association.
It gives otherwise neglected youth a sense of self-esteem, competition and the value of teamwork. Those able to make the Homeless World Cup team are given a world perspective they could never otherwise imagine.
In terms of return on investment, it's one of the best in Cambodia."- Scott Neeson
Founder, Cambodian Children's Fund
HFCA launched our weekly program in Siem Reap in October 2017
HFCA host Scott Neeson to attend our ten year partnership celebrations
A huge day at HFCA as Emirates organised a friendly match and brought along renowned Cambodian footballer Prak Mony Udom.
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The Latest News
March 21, 2020
HFCA received the very sad news on Friday evening the 20th of March that the 2020 Homeless World Cup in Finland was cancelled due to recent COVID-19 outbreak.
March 5, 2020
What a wonderful adventure Emirates organised for Saray Seng as he travelled with his hero Udom to experience the amazing city of Dubai and the natural beauty of UAE.
Feb. 25, 2020
In early February this year we said a sad farewell to Vibol, our wonderful coach and wished him all the best for the future!
Feb. 22, 2020
Opportunities to engage in competitive sport are limited for most Cambodian children. Typically, girls have less access than boys.
Feb. 10, 2020
HFCA hosted eight young program participants from the HFCA Siem Reap program
Feb. 5, 2020
HFCA is delighted to announce our squad of eight players to represent Cambodia at the annual Homeless World Cup.
The need for help is significant and real.
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