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 a football program in Phnom Penh, and endeavour to bring a team to the annual Homeless World Cup.

Learn more about HFCA and the work we do

Cambodia announce official squad for Norway and 2017 Homeless World Cup

Our players are so excited about their first ever overseas trip. Oslo here we come!

Back in 2012: Madrid coaches bring Real magic to Cambodia

Opportunities to work with Real Madrid only come once in a lifetime

Smart Axiata telecommunication partner for Cambodian team heading to Norway

Team Cambodia's exclusive Telecommunications sponsor for the forthcoming Homeless World Cup.

The Latest News

Aug. 2, 2017

Seng Saray: Dreaming of traveling on a plane for the first time

"I am very excited about going to the Homeless World Cup. I want to see what the differences are between Norway and Cambodia."

July 26, 2017

Scottish football giants Celtic FC come to Cambodia

"The people are so warm and so friendly. Cambodia feels like Scotland, like home"

July 18, 2017

Van Ream: From Steung Meanchey dumps to 2017 Oslo Homeless World Cup!

Van Ream is excited to be heading to Norway!

July 11, 2017

Sreng Hem: From Paris Homeless World Cup to professional footballer in Cambodian Premier League

Star of 2011 HWC team continues his rise to the top of Khmer football

July 3, 2017

Collingwood Rotary Fair Play 14 kicks off in November

Melbourne's favorite community soccer event is back for the 11th year running

June 28, 2017

HFCA has a whole school full of new friends in Singapore

Dover Court International School supports disadvantaged boys and girls in Cambodia.

Our Homeless World Cup 2017 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)