Homeless World Cup

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Actor Michael Sheen is fronting a campaign to help get homeless young people into employment. Michael is fronting the campaign on behalf of End Youth Homelessness, which is a group comprised of 11 charities across Britain who each work on a local, grass-roots level.

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Scotland's Homeless World Cup players Steven Kelly and Colleen McCudden from Glasgow with Sir Alex Ferguson Scotland’s men’s and women’s squads have received words of encouragement from the most successful Scottish football manager in history ahead of the Homeless World Cup in Oslo.

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(from left) Sir Tom Farmer, Mel Young, Ann Budge, Lord Provost – photo credit Phyllis Stephen An Edinburgh-based advocate for the homeless has been recognised by the city’s Lord Provost after earning an award from the United States Sports Academy.

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon poses with Scotland's mens and womans teams players and coaches First Minister Nicola Sturgeon attended the Homeless World Cup in Glasgow yesterday.

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Stephanie Tweed is proud to represent Scotland When Stephanie Tweed steps out this weekend to represent her country in the Homeless World Cup, it will mark an incredible step on her journey to recovery from drug addiction.

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Over 350 volunteers descended on Glasgow at the weekend to be involved in the delivery of the Homeless World Cup which kicks-off on Sunday. The final training session, held at the Emirates Arena, brought together many of the volunteers who have willingly given up their time to support the global tou

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STV has been announced as the home broadcaster of the 2016 Homeless World Cup which comes to Glasgow in July. As part of the television company’s coverage, its city channels, STV Glasgow and STV Edinburgh will show live matches daily, direct from the city’s George Square. Viewers will also get t

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A new initiative offering formerly homeless people the chance to volunteer at the 2016 Homeless World Cup has scored a Big Lottery Fund grant of £343,353. Aiming to create a lasting legacy from July’s Homeless World Cup, the Glasgow Life led project will recruit and train 200 people to volunteer

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Glasgow’s George Square is to be transformed into a stunning arena with three football pitches and seating for 3,500 spectators when it plays host to the Homeless World Cup later this year. From 10-16 July a total of 48 men’s and 16 women’s sides will participate in a week-long celebration in

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The 2016 Homeless World Cup is to be held in Glasgow, it was announced yesterday. The Homeless World Cup Foundation said the seven day tournament, which will take place on George Square, will be “the most inspiring place on the planet”.

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