The Canadian International School in Singapore has over 2,100 students from more than 60 nationalities.
For the past 3 years they have visited HFCA in Cambodia, bringing students with them to play soccer against our teams whilst also making a donation to support the continuation of the program. Many thanks to CIS staff member Scott Little for this continuing relationship which is enjoyed equally by both parties.
Happy Football Cambodia-Austraila (HFCA) a local soccer club in Cambodia that provides many opportunities for disadvantaged kids. I'm so glad that HFCA offered to host a mini tournament with our school and the HFCA local teams. We were clearly not as prepared as the local teams as I'm pretty sure our team lost every game but the whole idea was to have fun and we had plenty! I think it was a great idea to have a semi-girls only tournament (and I say semi because some boys from our school played on our teams). I feel like the girls may not get as many opportunities as the boys as there is not as many of them. But they have no shortage of skill and are each amazing individual players. Another thing I noticed was that the Cambodians have great team spirit and constantly cheered on for their team I really admire that as team spirit is a much needed quality. I am so happy that we were able to participate and I hope that HFCA will play against CIS teams in the future!- CIS student Aedammair Dunleavy
I can't thank you enough for setting up this opportunity and I am thoroughly impressed by the level of communication and professionalism that you and your organization have demonstrated.- Scott Little, Community Service Excursion Leader, Canadian International School Singapore
July 1, 2021
When 18 year old star Zoe Konstantopoulos from Melbourne played her first match at the recent HFCA fundraiser Collingwood Rotary Fair Play 17 it was obvious to all in attendance she was a natural talent at the game.
Aug. 21, 2018
Ivanhoe Grammar School first worked together with HFCA in 2008 as we coordinated the Cambodian team to attend the 2008 Homeless World Cup in Melbourne and the school students were our biggest supporters during the whole tournament cheering our team every game.
July 6, 2017
In keeping with HFCA’s mission to empower, encourage and motivate through football, Dover Court International School, Singapore organised an amazing football tournament with children, Mums Dads and teachers to help raise money for HFCA.
Nov. 14, 2013
In November 2008 when HFCA and Team Cambodia took part in the 2008 Homeless World Cup for the first time, Ivanhoe Grammar School were our biggest supporters.
Dec. 10, 2010
In early October HFCA were honoured to have visitors from four different countries and a feast of international football styles came together for a great day of football and building friendships.