The Soccer Aid For Unicef Playground Challenge

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Playground challenge at a Unicef Rights Respecting Secondary School in Bognor Regis for Soccer Aid 2018.

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Is your school part of the Soccer Aid for Unicef team?

The Soccer Aid for Unicef Playground Challenge is back … and we need your school on the team! At Soccer Aid for Unicef, we’re on a mission to get one million school children moving in June 2019. Is your school on the team? Sign your school up now.

Play. Fundraise. Change lives.

The idea is simple – team up with your pupils, design an obstacle course that you will take on together and fundraise to help children in danger in June 2019.

Unicef UK High Profile Supporter Nicole Scherzinger in Mvundlane community, Swaziland, for Soccer Aid 2018. Mvundlane community in Siteki, Lubombo region, Swaziland. 22nd September 2017. Soccer Aid © UNICEF/ Matas
Children of the Mvundlane community playing together in Siteki, Swaziland. Soccer Aid © UNICEF/ Mata

What’s in it for your school?

  • Fundraising pack with heaps of fun resources to get you ready for kick off – look out for the brand new obstacle course designs and FIFA Women’s World Cup sweepstake!
  • Teaching kit to help you bring Soccer Aid for Unicef to life in the classroom.
  • ‘How to’ videos, tips and designs to give you creative inspiration.
  • School council guide to make sure your pupils feel confident and equipped to take the lead with their Playground Challenge!
  • Help children around the world grow up healthy and happy, so they are able simply to play. Just like children should.

The kids loved it so much. It really gets pupils thinking about how other children around the world are not able to have the childhood they deserve, simply because they don’t have enough water, food or medicine. Our pupils are so lucky to have the chance to learn and play in a safe environment. – Caroline Saunders, Assistant Principal at The Regis School

A game for stars on and off the pitch

“It’s very special to come back to my old school, see all my old teachers and it’s great to come and support Unicef… We’ve had a great day and hopefully, many more schools can do it!”

England and Leicester City’s star, Harry Maguire, visits his old school as they take on their first ever Playground Challenge!

Sign up to WIN

Join the team before 5th April and you could win an exclusive Soccer Aid for Unicef 5-a-side football kit for your school – the same kit the Soccer Aid for Unicef stars will wear on match night! So, what are you waiting for? Let’s play! Sign your school up now.

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