Soak up a summery selection of animal-mad street paper covers with pugs, wolves, chickens, seagulls and crabs – plus Pikachu and the fish star of Finding Dory.
Scottish Homeless World Cup star Stephanie has beaten addiction & homelessness to play for her country. She’s competed in front of thousands of fans, including First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
In the midst of the tournament, we learn how The Big Issue Australia helped seven players bring the infectious “Aussie team spirit” to the Homeless World Cup in Glasgow. The experience has already rendered goalkeeper Shannon “speechless”.
This is the true story behind the Homeless World Cup viral video of the week. Stella Mavridou is a fan favourite this week at the Homeless World Cup in Glasgow. She tells us her harrowing story – and how she turned her life around through Shedia.
Northern Irish football fan Stephen Collins raised more than £3,000 to help Street Soccer NI compete in this year’s Homeless World Cup – by cycling to his home squad’s fixtures at Euro 2016.
Homeless World Cup special! Ahead of this year’s tournament – which kicks off in Glasgow this Sunday – INSP caught up with Surprise vendor Ruedi Kälin, who has been selected for the Swiss team.
The Homeless World Cup kicks off in Glasgow on Sunday – we caught up with some of the players who are also street paper vendors.
This summer, over 500 players from 52 nations will gather in Glasgow for the 14th Homeless World Cup – but who will they be up against? Check out the full draw for the “life-changing” tournament.
Homeless World Cup fans can now display their support for the tournament, whilst raising money to support its work, with designer T-shirts from social business Hopeful Traders. PLUS! Find out what the tournament will look like in Glasgow.
64 teams, representing 51 countries, are expected to compete in George Square, in the heart of Glasgow – and just round the corner from INSP HQ!
“In Palestine football gives us identity” FIFA’s Honey Thaljieh on fighting oppression with football
For FIFA’s Honey Thaljieh, football has always been more than a game. She smashed cultural and political barriers to co-found and captain Palestine’s first-ever women’s football team, and continues to use the beautiful game to promote and inspire gender equality and social inclusion.
Players at the Homeless World Cup received free haircuts after they came off the pitch in Amsterdam this week from Dutch ‘Homeless Barber’ Ryan Wooter.
There were euphoric and emotional scenes in Amsterdam today when Greece beat Switzerland to lift the INSP Trophy at the Homeless World Cup. We spoke to them after the victory.
A team from Greece, which includes vendors for Greek street paper, Shedia, will compete for a trophy sponsored by INSP (International Network of Street Papers) at the Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam today. We spoke to vendor Stella about how Shedia and football have changed her life.
At the Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam, Swedish goalkeeper Jasmin tells INSP how selling the street paper Faktum in Gothenburg helped her pay for housing and stay clean from drugs.
While they might not have made a massive impact on the scoreboard, Grenada has won over players, fans and staff from the beginning with their infections energy and enthusiasm.
The editors of Greek street paper Shedia, Ireland’s Big Issue and Russian paper Put Domoi agree: win or lose, the Homeless World Cup changes lives.
Experience the drama of the Homeless World Cup’s first few days.
Top football manager Harry Redknapp dropped by the Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam today to cheer on the England team.
Sweden’s Jannike Lindahl has become the first Homeless World Cup player to receive the FIFPro Fair Play Award during the 2015 tournament in Amsterdam.
Hollywood actor, Homeless World Cup Ambassador and street paper fan Colin Farrell made a surprise visit to the 2015 Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam to show his support and cheer on his home nation, Ireland.
Can the Scottish Homeless World Cup team make it a hat-trick of victories at this year’s Homeless World Cup? We visited them to find out.
Before the 2015 Homeless World Cup kicks off in Amsterdam next week, INSP caught up with goalkeeper Jasper Lamboo and coach René van Rijswijk to find out how street soccer is changing lives across The Netherlands.
For the first time, former players will be swapping footballs for whistles as they return to the pitch in Amsterdam for the 2015 Homeless World Cup – thanks to the organisation’s new referee course.