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Record number of women share soccer and stories at the Homeless World Cup

 INSP 21 September 2019

More women than ever before competed in the Homeless World Cup from 12-19 September. INSP’s Laura Smith was in Amsterdam meeting them and hearing their stories. “This is an amazing experience and I’m sure my life will change totally after this,” says Greek player Stella Kantzilidou. (1725 Words) - By Laura Smith

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Mexico win the 2015 Women's Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam.Credit: Alex Walker

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Greek player Stella Kantzilidou poses with a Swiss player before the INSP Cup final in Amsterdam.Credit: Alex Walker

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Homeless World Cup ambassador Homey Thaljieh.Credit: Alex Walker

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Indian Homless World Cup captain Reena Panchal.Credit: Ricardo Stephens

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Indian Slum Soccer player Shrutika Amele.Credit: Ricardo Stephens

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Shedia vendor and Greek Homeless World Cup player Stella Kantzilidou.Credit: Laura Smith

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Mexico vs Chile in the Women's Homeless World Cup final.Credit: Alex Walker

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Norway team huddle at the 2015 Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam.Credit: Alex Walker

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Reena celebrates win at Homeless World Cup.Credit: Anita Milas

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Shedia vendor Stella and her team lift the INSP Tropy at the 2015 Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam.Credit: Alex Walker

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Stella in a huddle with Greek teamates at the Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam.Credit: Alex Walker

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Stella lifts INSP Trophy with her teammates after Greece triumph at the 2015 Homeless World Cup in Amsterdam.Credit: Romain Kedochim

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Tatiana Allen shares her life story at a Women Win workshop at the Homeless World Cup.Credit: Anita Milas


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