A global audience for street-children worldwide
We use the power of sport to provide a global platform for street children, so they can demand the protection, support, and opportunities every child needs.
It's estimated that here are 150.000.000 children living and working on the streets.
We help them demand their rights.
762 Lives changed
Leaving home for the first time, having so many people believe in you, believing in yourself.
Legal IDs secured
SCU has successfully secured passports thereby all rights of citizenship for every child attending SCU events
12 Governments reached
12 teams have been able to take their young people’s messages directly to their governments and demand change.
Street Child World Cup, 2022 ⚽
Hosted in partnership with Qatar Foundation, 28 teams will come together in Doha from the 8th – 15th October for a football tournament, art festival and congress; all designed to put the spotlight on children living in street-situations worldwide.
Street Child Cricket World Cup, 2023 🏏
Hosted in partnership with Save the Children India, 24 teams will come together in Chennai, India in September 2023 for the second edition of the Street Child Cricket World Cup ahead of the ICC World Cup.
One Million and One
Join us to secure 1.000.001 legal identities by the World Cup '26
Registering a child’s birth is the first step in safeguarding human rights. One Million and One is a global movement that seeks to secure one million and one legal identities for children living in street situations before the 2026 World Cup hosted in North America.
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SCU AND VISA TO PROVIDE FINANCIAL EDUCATION FOR STREET-CONNECTED CHILDREN
Street Child United is delighted to announce a new partnership with Visa to deliver financial literacy workshops as part of the legacy of the Street
Change is Coming.
The Prince of Wales was keen to remind Team England before they travelled to Doha that the Street Child World Cup was about far more than football. Nothing epitomised that message better than today’s General Assembly, when all 28 teams gathered to share messages of advocacy to the world in front of a huge audience which included Her Excellency of Qatar.