The 2018 Global Peace Games; 15th to 20th September will feature over 15 different nationalities from Belgium, Italy and Northern Ireland. This year’s event continues to celebrate peace in the week of the United Nations International Day of Peace. Moreover, it will be the first time for over 100 years that Catholics and Protestants will
Peace Ride. Saturday 23rd March 2019 from CANTERBURY, KENT, ENGLAND to MENIN GATE, YPRS, BELGIUM. WHY? To raise money to enable Slum Soccer to send a team of young mixed ability mixed gender children to the 2019 GLOBAL PEACE GAMES.
Peace match in Folkestone. The birth place of Walter Tull one of the first black professional footballers who served in the First World War is the inspiration behind Folkestone Invicta v Bruges FC special needs match 1st September. Bruges FC twinned
PLAY SOCCER founded the Global Peace Games in 2001 to promote a global network of children and youth committed to a culture of friendship, understanding and peace. The Global Peace Games are “grass roots” soccer games that take place under
Schools participation in the National Children’s Football Week This year’s National Children’s Football Week is to be held between Saturday 16th July and Sunday 31t July. This year we would like to encourage schools to take part which is
MONDAY 21st SEPTEMBER, PEACE VILLAGE, MESSINES, BELGIUM International Peace Day will be hosted at the Peace Village, Messines, Belgium, where local school children will kick off a series of football games with Peace Poppy Footballs. The footballs will then be distributed
AGM, 10am Thursday 24th November, 2016, t.b.c at NCFA, Suite 21, 70 Churchill Square, West Malling, Kent, ME19 4YU. Stakeholders, members and associates, please click on the link below to confirm you attendence. email@example.com
The Christmas Truce, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon November 29, 2014 to January 31, 2015 Directed by the RSC’s deputy artistic director, Erica Whyman, this new, uplifting play, by Phil Porter, for families and audiences of all ages, has