Network/NGO partners


Nordic Chamber of Commerce

Comprising businesses from Iceland, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway, to support businesses from these countries in their operations in Vietnam. Nordcham have supported FFAV activities several times, and FFAV is a member of Nordcham


British Council/ Premier League

Premier League cooperates with the British Council on the Premier Skills concept, which has provided trainings for FFAV stakeholder. FFAV received a grant from Premier League, and had cooperation with the Premier Skills project



Medical Committee Netherland in Vietnam and FFAV cooperated in the development of grassroots football activities in MCNV’s projects sites: Quang Tri and Phu Yen provinces.



FFAV is a member of the Non-Governmental Organizations Resource Center in Vietnam, and pays a membership fee to have access to the Centers resources.


Norwegian Mission Alliance

FFAV and the Norwegian Mission Alliance - Vietnam (NMA-V) share values and policies, and worked together on introducing the FFAV model into  NMA-V projects from 2010 to 2016


Norwegian People’s Aid

NPA Mine Action cooperates with FFAV in surveying football pitches and making them safe for children. NPA MA have also trained FFAV instructors on Mine Risk Education. FFAV regard NPA as one of our most valuable partners in child protection & safety


SOS Children’s Villages

SOS children’s villages Vietnam provide shelter and education for orphans. FFAV have provided the gym teachers in all the SOS villages with training. Football clubs based on the FFAV model have been set up in all its 19 children's villages


Sport Plus Alliance

Formerly known as the Kicking Aids Out! Network (KAO). FFAV have been a member of KAO since 2007. The alliance creates a common platform to share best practices for the organizations working within the field of sport for development



The United Nations (UN) Population Fund. FFAV and UNFPA share values and policies, and are working together on introducing the FFAV model into existing UNFPA projects.



The United Nations (UN) organization working for the rights of children. FFAV and UNICEF share values and policies, and are working together on introducing the FFAV model into existing UNICEF projects.


WWF Vietnam

WWF sponsored 10 Million VND for the Fun Football Festival in A Luoi and Nam Dong and organised an info-tent to raise awareness for environmental and wildlife protection.


Women Win

Standard Chartered has joined forces with Women Win to develop and deliver the GOAL program through several projects in Asia, specially tailored to transform the lives of adolescent girls.


World Vision

Football fans and players, nutritionists and health workers, development staff, and sports lovers with one goal: Nutrition for every child in Asia. A healthy diet is the centerpiece for any child's development.