Sports

One of the pillars of Baca’s holistic vision is sports. Sports are not only a way for young people to enhance physically but mostly to develop better knowledge about themselves.

Baca provides an experience of a wide range of sports from football to Badminton, tennis to ice skating. It’s this diversity that enriches young people. They grasp the opportunities and learn about discipline, dedication, motivation, companionship, respect, and how to find and explore their own
potential.

We believe through sports we can achieve the success of young people in overcoming obstacles either mentally or physically. We are committed to empower young people and to give them hope, to find the sport they love, embrace the challenge and seek excellence.

Young Person’s Story

Sports Case Study

Paul (not his real name) arrived at Baca this year. He has fully engaged with all the activities since his arrival, although at times he has struggled with his confidence. The boys in his house enjoy playing FIFA on their games console, but they really enjoy the real thing. One…

Young Person’s Story

Bacalona

As part of refugee week, our young people took part in a 7 a side football tournament with other local refugee groups. We had ten players, so operated a rotational system to give everyone the chance to play. The Baca team reached the final, and were thrilled to win on…

Young Person’s Story

Sports

We currently care for a number of boys from Sudan and Eritrea, one of these boys Rana (not his real name) loves football. He has developed his game through both the outdoor sessions, but also the futsal sessions indoors. At one of the futsal sessions in October we joined another…