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Happy Football

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.

Learn more about HFCA and the work we do

HFCA and Smart Axiata announce 3-year partnership extension till 2020

We are delighted to announce that Smart Axiata will continue to be the exclusive Telecommunication partner for HFCA till 2020.

HFCA redoubles our efforts to grow and build our girls football program

40 new female players from CCF started attending the HFCA program

Madrid coaches bring Real magic to Cambodia

Coaches from Real Madrid came to show HFCA how they do it.

The Latest News

June 19, 2018

Cambodian Children's Fund and HFCA sign partnership MOU till 2021

Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF) and HFCA first starting collaborating together in November 2009 when 20 CCF students joined our training program.

June 5, 2018

Social Media Update - 176,000 like HFCA related facebook post!

Our social media presence and support is growing!

May 20, 2018

Scotland and Cambodia strengthen close existing bonds by signing historic MOU till 2020

Cambodia and Scotland have taken their long friendship to a new level.

May 1, 2018

Cambodian Champions League season update

Its been a fantastic experience for our players as we compete in our first season in the KMH Champions League.

April 22, 2018

HFCA and Siem Reap partner Build your Future Today sign new MoU until December 2021

Extending our partnership which started in 2014

Our Homeless World Cup 2018 Sponsors

The need for help is significant and real.

Poverty throughout Cambodia prevents access to proper health services and education for many children and teens.

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No one made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.

Edmund Burke, Irish orator, philosopher, & politician (1729 - 1797)