The Youth Charter ‘21’ Soccerwise report sets out the unique challenges and opportunities faced by the beautiful game and it’s ability to inspire a generation of footballers from the favelas, townships and estates that produce the world’s best players; from Pele and Maradona to Rooney and Ronaldo. The Soccerwise report charts the 21-year development of the role of soccer as a social vehicle of change in the lives of disaffected of young people and communities, locally in Manchester, nationally across the UK and globally around the World.

Youth Charter'21' Soccerwise Report (2014)

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