Join schools across the UK for a game like no other
On Friday 8 June 2018, thousands of children in school playgrounds across the UK will kick, bounce or carry a ball round an obstacle course that they’ve designed. The first ever Soccer Aid Playground Challenge is a brilliant way to get your whole school active, having fun and raising money to help children around the world – and it’s so easy:
- Get started by signing up for your FREE schools fundraising pack
- Get creative and design an obstacle course with your pupils
- Get ready for kick off!
Sign up before 10 May to enter our exclusive prize draw! You could win a signed football, tickets to watch the Soccer Aid match itself or the chance to complete your Playground Challenge on Old Trafford’s 5-a-side pitch.
Need any more info? We’d love to hear from you over email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0300 330 5580.
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Every child has the right to play
Sebenele is 14. He lives with his mum in a village in Swaziland, southern Africa. Last year, he was severely malnourished.
Now he is better and stronger thanks to support from Unicef.
“Last year, I was sick. When I was sick my body stopped growing but now I am growing and I feel well every day. Now I get enough food.
I’m playing football and many games that I couldn’t play last year. I go to a Unicef-supported teen club where I can meet my friends, play games and they teach us how to take care of ourselves. I make sure I’m a good boy and I help to take care of my mum.
When I finish school I want to be a nurse because you can take care of others as well as afford to eat.”
could provide an emergency supplies kit, including life-saving food to protect children from malnutrition
can buy a water pump to provide clean, safe drinking water for a school or whole village
can build a child-friendly space where children can safely learn, play and receive care in times of emergency
*Donations raised made to Soccer Aid for Unicef by 6 July 2018 will be doubled by the UK government, up to the value of £5 million, to support Unicef’s work for children in Swaziland and Lesotho. This does not include proceeds from match ticket sales.