At the end of the 2014 FIFA World Cup the world watched on as World Cup dreams came true for the Germans. In One Goal's July news digest we reflect on every team's journey to the World Cup -- a journey that started with good childhood nutrition.
We also highlight stories written by youth in Australia, Germany, and Canada from a world cup tournament of their own in which football is engaging young people to be voices of change in their communities.
Before the world was swept away by the aura of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, 160 youth from 13 countries gathered in Recife, Brazil for their own world cup. Nardu Welsh was one of eight ambassadors from Australia to participate. She shares her experience of how a passion for football and changing the world matched up at the World Vision Cup. Read Nardu's post >>
The 2014 FIFA World Cup summoned the world's best football teams and players in an epic display of skill, teamwork, passion, and what is the result of good childhood nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. Through the eyes of nutrition and football, this is how One Goal lived this year's World Cup moments. Read this article >>
More from youth footballers at the World Vision Cup
- Football shows us we can change the world from Alex Foto (Canada)
- "We connected through football" from Björn Becker (Germany)
- Letter of Recife - from youth footballers
In more One Goal news...
- KLIA World Cup campaign features One Goal and Freestyle footballers
- (In China Daily) The real reason why Asia hasn't won a World Cup