Soccer Aid Playground Challenge

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Join schools across the UK for Soccer Aid 2018

On Friday 8 June 2018, thousands of pupils across the UK will kick, bounce or carry a football around a course they have designed in their school playground. Compete against other classes, houses or against the clock to see who will be crowned the Soccer Aid champions in your school. Pupils can design the route beforehand and add in exciting obstacles such as dribbling around cones or trees, throwing a ball in a basketball net and following lines on the playground.

Register for your FREE Soccer Aid schools fundraising pack before 22 April 2018 for the chance to win one of our exciting Soccer Aid prizes, including footballs signed by a Soccer Aid legend, tickets for the Soccer Aid match and a chance for a class to complete the challenge on Manchester United’s Old Trafford pitch.*

For more information on how to get involved, please email or call us on 0300 330 5580.

*Terms and conditions apply.

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Help children like Mula

Mula, age 13, spends his nights in fear, sleeping on the streets of the Kenyan capital Nairobi. Mula is one of around 60,000 children living or working on the streets of Nairobi. Every day, children like him face violence, disease and exploitation.

Mula is now going to a Unicef-supported day centre in Nairobi.

The Unicef-supported centre provides community-based care and support for street children like Mula, as well as for children from slums and other disadvantaged backgrounds. The centre offers children a lifeline. It provides somewhere safe to play, as well as get basic education, health and social care.

Creating your own Playground Challenge is fun and easy, and just £5 raised could help feed a child like Mula for a week at a Unicef-supported centre.

By taking part in the Soccer Aid Playground Challenge, your school can help more children like Mula in Nairobi.
Photo: Unicef/Kenya