Cambodia’s homeless world cup squad continue to win fans and admirers at the ongoing Homeless World Cup in Cardiff, Wales.
Cambodia’s eight representatives are continuing their hunt for silverware at the ongoing Homeless World Cup in Cardiff.
Cambodia’s Homeless World Cup team continue to fly the flag in Cardiff, Wales, defeating Denmark on penalties in their fourth group match yesterday.
Cambodia’s Homeless World Cup squad arrived in Cardiff at the weekend and were thrust into the deep end as they turned out for three games over a hectic weekend in the Welsh capital.
After securing all travel permits and visas, Cambodia’s team of eight football players will leave for Britain next week where they will represent the kingdom at the Homeless World Cup – an annual football tournament that aims to energise underprivileged people to change their own lives.
A team of eight football players will leave for the United Kingdom to represent Cambodia in the Homeless World Cup.
The Happy Football Cambodia Australia reports that the teams focus is squarely on the 2019 Homeless World Cup.
HFCA withdraws the Cambodian team from 2018 Homeless World Cup tournament.
seven Cambodian football players will leave for Norway to represent the kingdom in the Homeless World Cup.