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Reena tells the story of what many a girls are facing in her community. She comes from the state of Haryana where girls playing football is frowned upon.

Reena Panchal

Reena tells the story of what many a girls are facing in her community. She comes from the state of Haryana where girls playing football is frowned upon. But despite the circumstances she face at home and outside she persisted, she participated in the national championship in 2014 and went on the represent India in the 2015 Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam.


Pankaj Mahajan

His journey started with a small step when he kicked a ball for the first time in his life a year ago at one of Slum Soccer’s bi-weekly training sess

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Disha Lohabare

Daughter of a scrap vendor, and a homemaker, Disha has lived in poverty all her life with never enough food to eat or clothes to wear

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Homkant Surandase

Homkant is the son of a marginal laborer who comes from a remote village called Ner, near Yavatmal in the state of Maharashtra and left his home when m

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Reena Panchal

Reena tells the story of what many a girls are facing in her community. She comes from the state of Haryana where girls playing football is frowned upo

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