Common Goal is a collective donation movement designed for the football industry and driven by players, coaches, managers and fans who share a common vision: to change the world through football.
The idea is simple: footballers contribute 1% of their salary to a collective fund.
Common Goal allocates this fund to organizations that use football as a tool for social change. It is a small commitment that drives great changes, building a bridge between the world of professional football and the sustainable development of our planet.
Who is behind Common Goal?
Common Goal is an initiative of streetfootballworld, the world leader in the field of football for development.
Over the past 15 years, streetfootballworld has created and developed a global network of more than 125 charities that implement programs in more than 80 countries and that use football as a tool for social change in areas such as gender equality in India. the construction of peace in Colombia or the integration of refugees in Germany.