Street Soccer Care Cup 2022

We are delighted to announce that after the success of last year’s Street Soccer Care Cup, we will be holding another tournament this year on the 4th of August from 10am – 3pm at Glasgow Powerleague. It is an inclusive event for all genders and abilities.

There is space for 16 teams of 5-aside. You can have 2 additional subs on your team. Each team will play 3 games in the morning and 3 games in the afternoon. There will be prizes on offer and all participants will receive a medal for taking part!

We are taking team and individual sign-ups from Care Experienced people of all ages and their carers. If you register as a team, we ask that you consider the age range of your team to keep things fair for everyone. If you are registering as an individual, don’t worry you will be put into a team and notified the week before the tournament.

Key Info

  • 2022 Street Soccer Care Cup
  • Thursday 4th August, 10am-3pm
  • Glasgow Powerleague, Townhead, Kennedy St, Glasgow G4 0PR

Sign-up info

For carers signing up a team please limit the number of carers playing to two per team.

To sign up a team please email events@whocaresscotland.org and provide the name of your team, the name of the lead contact person and where you will be joining us from. We will then send you a team sign up form to be completed and returned to us by the 28th July at the latest.

If you are signing up an individual please email events@whocaresscotland.org their full name, age, and a contact telephone number and tell us if they require transport to the event. We will then send you a sign up form to be completed and returned to us by the 28th July at the latest.

Further Info

There is parking available at Glasgow Powerleague.

Everyone who participates will receive a medal.

We will be providing lunch and refreshments on the day to keep everyone going!

If you have any questions about the event, please get in touch with events@whocaresscotland.org.

With thanks to Scottish Local Authorities, funding partners and donors who make our work possible.