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  1. Due to Covid_19, unfortunately the 2020 Homeless World Cup, set to be held in Tampere in Finland, was cancelled. Instead this Sunday 5 July we will host the inaugural Homeless World Cup Day, on what was meant to be the day of the 2020 final. Below is our schedule for the day, including England vs Scotland with commentary from ex-Monaco, Everton, and Scotland international John Collins and, fresh from netting against Chelsea on Wednesday evening, current West Ham star Michail Antonio. We invite you to take your seat and enjoy just some of what the Homeless World Cup
  2. We all love football, it can be played by anyone, basically anywhere – all you need is a ball! That is a reason why the Homeless World Cup uses the beautiful game – through a network of Street Football Partners across 70+ countries – to inspire people who are homeless and socially isolated to change their own lives, by developing teamwork and trust and competing in a world class, international football tournament. This year, due to Covid-19, we had to cancel our event for the first time. Instead, we will host a Homeless World Cup Day on July 5. Take a seat in our Virtual Stadi
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