Homeless World Cup in full swing

HWC2010 Brazil v Ghana

Brazil and Ghana in action in Rio

The Rio 2010 Homeless World Cup kicked off on Sunday and is now in full swing, with the excitment building towards Sunday’s final.

The action has been fast and furious under the sun at Copacabana Beach and, as the tournament moves into the second group stage, things are heating up further still.

England, Ireland and Ghana – Club Website’s adopted team at the 2008 tournament – all currently top their groups and look in a strong position as the trophy stage approaches.

There have already been a whole host of memorable matches, with host nation Brazil beating reigning champions Ukraine by three goals to one, England pipping Portugal 6-5 courtesy of the most last ditch of last ditch penalties and Chile singing loud and proud after their 14-1 victory over Luxembourg.

You can follow all of the action online at www.homelessworldcup.org where you’ll find loads to enjoy, including fixtures, results, match reports, photos, videos and news updates.

Support the Homeless World Cup

Club Website are proud to support the Rio 2010 Homeless World Cup.  If you’d like to join us actively support football beating homelessness you can do so in a number of ways:

Rio 2010 Homeless World Cup logo1. Become a Facebook fan
2. Follow @homelesswrldcup on Twitter
3. Add the Rio 2010 Homeless World Cup promo video to your Facebook or Twitter pages. Spreading the word is really counting!
4. Make a donation
5. Buy the Rio 2010 Homeless World Cup T-shirt

You can also leave a message for your favourite team and comment on the match reports, so get involved.

Thanks for your support – it really does change lives.

Vive el football!

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Dan Pope
Writer at Teamer
Freelance writer, editor and copywriter, with a passion for grassroots sport. A right back turned football writer, Dan is the former editor of Club Website and has been lucky enough to work in the field of grassroots and community sport for the last 10 years.

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