Category: World Cup 2010 17 posts found


Short Film Featuring GRS South Africa Wins Competition

July 30, 2012

A Goal for Hope features GRS Alexandra, Johannesburg... Read More

GRS’s Lunga Sidzumo Speaks at Open Society Foundations’ Symposium

May 10, 2012

Grassroot Soccer (GRS) was thrilled to participate in the Open Society Foundations’ international symposium on ‘Sport Mega Events and the Crisis of Youth Exclusion’ in… Read More

One Lucky Man!

March 9, 2012

In 2010, Coach Lucky conducted a GRS Skillz activity for the U.S. Men's National Team during their visit as part of the FIFA… Read More

GRS Features on National Public Radio

July 29, 2010

Grassroot Soccer’s Football For Hope Centre was featured in a National Public Radio (NPR) Broadcast on July 27, 2010. Click here… Read More

GRS Port Elizabeth Features in Vanity Fair

July 12, 2010

The following is an article published 9 July, 2010 by Austin Merrill on VanityFair.com. Perie Zabathempu has begun her weeks… Read More

GRS Coaches Meet FIFA President at World Cup Game

July 6, 2010

Not only did five Grassroot Soccer (GRS) Coaches get a chance to see the Uruguay v Ghana quarterfinal match at Johannesburg’s Soccer City stadium,… Read More

GRASSROOT SOCCER PARTNERS WITH LEVI STRAUSS & CO. TO COMBINE SOCCER AND HIV PREVENTION IN WORLD CUP CAMP

June 24, 2010

Skillz Holiday program delivers HIV prevention education for employees’ children CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA (June… Read More

REACHING HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS DURING THE WORLD CUP

June 8, 2010

With the kickoff of the 2010 World Cup, GRS is launching an ambitious goal of reaching 1 million youth by the start of… Read More

ESPN & GRS TEAM UP TO CELEBRATE 2010 WORLD CUP

June 8, 2010

Bob Sager, Angelique Kidjo, and Bill Miles smile during the ESPN event in New York. On May 12, 2010, ESPN brought the global… Read More

Football For Hope Centre Opens Its Doors To Khayelitsha And The World

December 8, 2009

FIFA president Joseph Blatter gives the final speech during the opening ceremonies. On Saturday, December 5, a day after the 2010… Read More