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The Beautiful Game: a film about the Homelessness World Cup that’s a testament to how football can change lives

By Grant Jarvie, Chair of Sport and Head of the Academy of Sport, The University of Edinburgh
The Beautiful Game is a film of second chances — where teams of homeless men and women from around the world find that all roads lead to Rome and everything’s to play for.

Starring Bill Nighy as coach Mal, it follows the England team as they prepare for the Homelessness World Cup in Rome. At the last minute, Mal decides to bring with them a talented striker Vinny (Michael Ward), who could give them a chance at winning, but only if he’s ready to let go of his past and become part…The Conversation

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