Street League’s vision is a world in which all young people have the opportunity of secure employment and a brighter future. Working in disadvantaged communities with young people facing multiple barriers to fulfilling their potential, we run programmes:
In schools for young people at risk of leaving early
In our academies for young people who aren’t in work, education or training
In the workplace to support young people to build careers
Our programmes are underpinned by sport and education, which build young people’s skills, self-belief, motivation and aspirations.
The LFC Foundation is the official charity of Liverpool Football Club. Building on the Club’s work in the community over the past 20 years, the charity was formed in 2010 as a financially independent organisation to harness the power and passion our fans and supporters have to improve the lives of others.
Tranmere Rovers in the Community was established as a one-man team by Steve Williams in the late 1980s – initially focusing on the use of football and other ancillary sporting activities as educational tools. Working across four core themes of Community Engagement, Health, Education and Sports Participation.
Everton in the Community is one of the UK’s top sporting charities and firmly established on the world stage of community sports development. As the Blues’ official charity it is considered one of the Premier League’s leading community schemes due to the quality and reach of its various programmes. Since 1988, Everton in the Community has been at the forefront of social intervention across Merseyside, not afraid to tackle issues which others shied away from.
Spirit of Football was founded to promote the legend of The Ball, football's equivalent to the Olympic Torch. Every four years, The Ball kicks off from Battersea Park in London – where the first official game of football took place – and travels to the World Cup, uniting people around a common call to action: “One Ball, One World”
The Gender Equality Ball is going on its first ever journey to a Women’s World Cup in Australia & New Zealand. It aims to advance equal opportunity and respect for girls and women. Sign The Gender Equality Ball, make your Climate Pledge here and challenge others to do it too!
The Ball is going on its first ever journey to a Women’s World Cup in Australia & New Zealand. Anyone and everyone is invited to sign it. Sign The Ball, make your Climate Pledge here and challenge others to do it too!
We’re thrilled to announce that we will be officially launching The Ball 2022-2023 at Battersea Park in London on 10th July 2022. Come and join us to kick off football’s equivalent to the Olympic Torch from where the first official game of FA Rules football was played.
The Ball is visiting Leyton Orient Trust for a workshop session. By signing The Ball, you are committing to supporting Climate Action. Sign The Ball, make your Climate Pledge here and challenge others to do it too!
The Ball is visiting Birmingham County FA for a number of workshop sessions around the city. By signing The Ball, you are committing to supporting Climate Action. Sign The Ball, make your Climate Pledge here and challenge others to do it too!
Gothia Cup and Spirit of Football share the same mission of bringing the world together through football by emphasising the role football in general and youth football in particular, can play in social change and development, for a more sustainable world.
The Ball is visiting Brighton on July 24 to watch and present the project at the game Utilita Allstars vs. Rainbow Rovers, Whitehawk Football Club’s affiliated LGBTQ+ team. By signing The Ball, you are committing to supporting the fight for equality and climate action. Sign The Ball, make your Climate Pledge here and challenge others to get involved too!
The Ball will be visiting FloydFest en route to a FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Anyone and everyone attending the festival is invited to kick it, head it and sign it – your signature on The Ball goes hand in hand with an environmental pledge.