Slum Soccer has strong working relationships with several domestic and international partners and is constantly looking to develop new ones. Be it through specific coaching, public relations, or management training we aim to continue as a forerunner in sports and development initiatives. We are very grateful for their association.
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Slum Soccer are proud partners of BT Sport to help the power of football change the lives of many across the world.
Football Players Association of India (FPAI)
The Football Players Association of India (FPAI) is our Official Kit Partner for Homeless World Cup 2016, Glasgow. While the Indian teams wear their high quality home and away kits with grins and gusto, we hope that this partnership with FPAI grows and deepens in the future.
Slum Soccer is proud to partner with Chevrolet. Together we’re committed to bring play to positively impact the children of India.
Gamesa is one of our corporate social responsibility partners. We benefit across the board with their patronage.
Homeless World Cup
We are HWC's only affiliated partner in India. SS is put in charge of selection and training of representatives each year. The team is hosted at our Nagpur facility for about 2 months each year- undergoing extensive preparation for their travel abroad.
Street Football World
SFW, a FIFA partner, are our primary partner for capacity building. With them, we look to improve our functions across all levels of the organisation. Specifically, they provide us with coaching and management training and also aid us in gaining access to funding.
Coaches Across Continents
Each year CAC visits our centres to help upskill new and existing coaches and our management staff.
One World Football
OWF kindly donated 60,000 Chevrolet footballs to help us better resource our many centres.
National Children's Football Alliance
Slum Soccer is a national partner of The Children’s Football Alliance. We work together to safeguard and advance the rights of children in football. This vital partnership also shares best practices in all stages of childhood and children's games.