Join the third half as we take you to India, where you’ll experience the rich history of this beautiful country, from the majesty of the Taj Mahal to ancient temples and bustling markets in Delhi to the sprawling metropolis of Bangalore and the tropical beaches of Kerala. In India one encounters both the modern and the old world in constant juxtaposition, as Western culture meets traditional values.

Experience all this colorful and energetic country has to offer, from its wild passion for ‘Bollywood’ and sport to its colorful local festivals and street vendors. You’ll also learn first-hand about the very real social challenges in one of the world’s poorest countries and experience how soccer is helping kids growing up in the overcrowded slums of cities like Delhi and Bangalore.


Delhi is all at once chaotic and calm, where cows wander the streets amongst the teeming rickshaw cabs thronging around sites of historical wonder. The 17th century Red Fort is a mass of domes and turrets, while Chandni Chowk market is an exercise in friendly haggling. Travelers and locals flock to the India Gate, the national monument of India that honors the soldiers who died in World War I and the Third Afghan War and of course the nearby, world-famous Taj Mahal in nearby Agra. You’ll visit My Angels Academy, which uses sport to provide hope and education to children living in the slums of Vikaspuri. 

Bangalore & Kerala

Bangalore is a contemporary, fast growing and prosperous city that is home to largest concentration of IT companies in the country.People from all over India are drawn to the city, not just for jobs but in search of a better life. Bangalore is known for its long stretches of trees and parks, gardens and temples, busy markets and famous heritage buildings. The highest city in India, its elevation creates a pleasant climate throughout the whole year.

However, the city is very overcrowded, with poor infrastructure and a large part of the population living in slums. The most vulnerable population also suffer from constant floods from the plentiful rain that can wash away houses in minutes. You’ll visit local families and take part in programs designed to give youth opportunities on and off the field.

You’ll also see a completely different side of India when you visit tropical Kerala on India’s southwest coast. Kerala has been drawing traders, explorers and travellers to its shores for over 600 years, and nowhere else in India can you find such an intriguing mix: giant fishing nets from China, a 400-year-old synagogue, ancient mosques, Portuguese houses and the crumbling remains of the British Raj.

You’ll visit the local beaches and markets, sample Indian culture old and new and visit an elephant sanctuary.

This destination offers a range of soccer activities that we can use to create experiences from BEGINNER to INTERMEDIATE  level.

Experiences available include*;

  • Play and coach with My Angels Academy which uses soccer to provide confidence and life skills to children from the Vikaspuri area of Delhi
  • Friendly full-sided matches with local teams in Bangalore (various levels)
  • Attend a local professional match (subject to availability and additional cost)
  • Organize a 5 v 5 tournament for children at a local school
  • Pick up matches with local kids in Bangalore and Kerala



DAY 1: Depart for New Delhi, India.

DAY 2: Arrival at Airport in Delhi. Check in at hotel. Welcome meeting and briefing with Slum Soccer.

DAY 3: Tour the Akshardham Temple. Visit the Red Fort’s Lahori Gate. Visit My Angels Academy in the slums of Vikaspuri. the third half curriculum workshop #1 – Global Citizenship and the Sustainable Development Goals.

DAY 4: Visit to Lotus Temple. Lunch at Dilli Hasta Market, an open-air food plaza and craft bazaar. Transfer to Agra.

DAY 5:  Sunrise tour of the Taj Mahal and  nearby Agra Fort. Visit Wildlife SOS project, a local animal rescue sanctuary.

DAY 6: Fly to Bangalore. Welcome to Dream a Dream. the third half curriculum workshop #2 – Conscious Leadership.

DAY 7: Bangalore city tour. Field Visit to Life Skills Through Football session at Stella Mary’s School.

DAY 8: Visit Dream a Dream Center and meet with local kids. Life Skills through Arts Session  at Annaswamy School.  the third half curriculum workshop #3 – Sustainable Development Goal #4 – Quality Education.

DAY 9: Attend a ‘Graduates’ practice session, play  pick up against local kids. Dinner excursion to local food scene.

DAY 10: Visit Life Skills Through Football program at Murghesh Palya School. 5 v 5 mini soccer tournament.

DAY 11: Transfer to airport and fly to Kochi, Kerala.

DAY 12: Elephant sanctuary at Mattupetty. Participate in local sightseeing. Take High Tea in Munnar.

DAY 13: Visit Andhakaranazhi Beach. Watch Theyyam Indian Dance group at the Kerala Folklore Theatre Museum.

DAY 14: Check out of hotel and transfer to airport. Fly home.


“I used to just be sat at home, bored and doing housework. Dream a dream changed my life. Now i feel like i’m in a new world!.”
Padma Dream a Dream

Local Host


Your trip will be hosted by the respected non-profit organization ‘Dream a Dream’, which uses soccer to help young people from vulnerable backgrounds to overcome adversity and flourish in a fast-changing world using a creative, life skills approach.

Dream a Dream works directly with young people through its After School Life Skills and Career Connect programs, using sport and art as a medium to engage and develop critical life skills.

Thanks to your visit, Dream a Dream will be able to achieve goals like;

  • Provide soccer activities to 300 children for a full year
  • Enable 300 school children in a school to participate in Dream a Dream programming for one full year, including equipment and materials, refreshments, and teacher salaries
  • Sponsor ten new soccer teams for a whole year

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