“We are delighted to announce that the 2019 Homeless World Cup will take place in Cardiff,” said Mel Young Homeless World Cup co-Founder addressing the crowds at the Principality Stadium. “Teams from all over the world will be attending this inspirational event, and I’m sure it will be a world-class event. We are truly excited to be here.”
I am so excited to have won the rights to bring the tournament to Wales. We are going to deliver the best tournament yet. I am incredibly grateful to the many partners across Wales who helped us get to this point. Thank you to Cardiff City Council, Cardiff University, Welsh Government, Sport Wales, FA Wales, Pobl Group and of course to Street Football Wales.- Michael Sheen, who led the Cardiff 2019 Homeless World Cup bid.
“We have evaluated the bids very carefully and are delighted to team up with Michael Sheen and the wide range of partners from across Wales. We congratulate Michael Sheen and his team for the great work they have done so far and are looking forward to an inspirational and fruitful relationship. We believe that Cardiff 2019 will be an extremely well organised tournament that will again inspire thousands of visitors and many more watching online.- states Mel Young
July 10, 2019
A team of eight Cambodian football players will leave for Britain on the 25th of July to represent the Kingdom of Cambodia in the Homeless World Cup - an annual football tournament that aims to energise underprivleged people to change their own lives.