The 2016 Homeless World Cup took place in the heart of Glasgow, from July 10-16. For the duration of the seven day event, Glasgow’s George Square was “the most inspiring place on the planet.”
Cambodian team listen to national anthem before game
In total, 64 teams, representing 52 countries, came together to celebrate and highlight the year round life changing work of the Homeless World Cup National Partner network. Five hundred twelve players arrived in Glasgow each with their own story to tell, their own point on a journey to create a better life for themselves.
George Square was converted into an outdoor street football venue for the event, with three purpose built pitches with seating.
Check out the 2016 rankings here
India 6 Cambodia 5
Mexico 8 Cambodia 0
Indonesia 10 Cambodia 3
Cambodia 5 v Norway 7
Cambodia 3 v Finland 6
Cambodia 2 v Austria 6
Cambodia 8 Slovenia 3
Cambodia 6 Greece 4
Mens Globe Trophy
Cambodia 6 Holland 6 (1-0 on pens)
Semi Final: Cambodia 5 v USA 3
Final: Cambodia 8 Sweden 3
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A fantastic effort by the boys to turn it around and take out the Mens Globe Trophy!
Cambodia captain Minea Chan lifts trophy after famous win over Sweden
Most definitely a life changing experience that these boys will never forget. Special mention to Minea Chan who won the best Male Player of Tournament award!
The Homeless World Cup is so much more than a football tournament.
Joy for our footballers as success on the pitch at last.
Born in Siem Reap home of the world famous Angkor Wat temples Sophearith is ready for Scotland.
"Playing with Cambodia is always a lovely match."
Minea is the third Chan brother to represent Cambodia at the Homeless World CUp
Sang joined HFCA aged nine and every year he saw another Cambodia team depart for the Homeless World Cup.
Dreaming of going to Glasgow so he can travel overseas for the first time Roeng has been giving his all in training for over three years. Now he is so close to making his dream come true.
CBC have taken up the Bronze sponsorship package to support Team Cambodia at this years Homeless World Cup.
Ramao counts down the days to Glasgow
Once again HFCA are delighted to announce that Smart are sponsoring Team Cambodia
Joined HFCA aged 10 and now going to Glasgow.
Team excited about trip of a lifetime
Cambodia will be one of 51 nations to take part.
Our Homeless World Cup 2016 Sponsors