Every Zambian child a leader

Partners and Sponsors

We are grateful to our many institutional partners without whom our work would not be possible.


Dunross & Co is a Swedish based company which is our main sponsor and has been supporting the academy for over 10 years now. The company is an independent international investment group focused on Breakout Nations. Read more about Dunross and Co here http://www.dunross.se/Dunross/


SKF is a Swedish company which has a branch in Kitwe, Zambia. SKF has been sponsoring the Meet the World tournament in Zambia since 2007. Winners of the tournament gets full sponsorship to participate at the Gothia Cup in Gothernburg Sweden.


Launched by FIFA in 2005, Football for Hope is an initiative contributing to social development around the world. The programme provides support for selected activities run by non-governmental organisations that use football as a tool in their daily work to engage children and young people. CBSA is a beneficiary of Football for Hope.


Gothia Cup has been our partners since 1999 when took our first team to Sweden to participate at the Gothia Cup. Since then our academy has sent a team to Sweden to compete, including girls teams, and we have won the Gothia cup 5 times.


Bauleni United Sports Academy (Busa) focuses on the underprivileged young people in Zambia who have been affected by the country’s poor economic, social and cultural growth, as well as its lack of resources and the prevalence of HIV/AIDS.

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The EduSport Foundation is a community-driven, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) based in Lusaka, the capital of Zambia. Founded in 1999, the foundation has been involved in tackling issues like HIV/AIDS, poverty alleviation, and child rights in underprivileged communities in Zambia. Using the “Sport in the Development Process” (SDP) approach, we seek to foster community education, development and empowerment.

Kalim Sports Council

The Kalim Sports Council (KSC) came to life in 2005 when a group of committed coaches from the compounds of Kalingalinga and Mtendere came together with the vision of educating young people—mainly about HIV/AIDS—through sport activities. The organisation believes in football’s capacity as a mobilising tool to create HIV/AIDS awareness.


One World Futbol Foundation is an independent, all-volunteer nonprofit organization working to advance the global movement for peace and development through sports. We were inspired by the advent of the remarkable One World Futbol — a soccer ball that never goes flat.

Grassroot Soccer uses the power of soccer to educate, inspire, and mobilize communities to stop the spread of HIV.


The Platform is a website dedicated entirely to the field of Sport & Development (S&D).


Sport In Action (SIA) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose purpose is to improve people’s quality of life through sport and recreational activities. Founded in 1998, SIA was the first Zambian sports NGO. With Sport for Development (the use of sport as a tool for social change) as its underlying principle, SIA positively impacts the lives of thousands of children throughout 24 districts in Zambia .


Streetfootballworld supports a worldwide network of organisations that use football as a tool to empower disadvantaged young people by engaging private and public partners to create social change.


Youth Development Through Football in South Africa links football with education and youth encounters.
BCSA is heavily involved in the coordination of the Zambia Street Football Network, a project supported by FIFA under the Football For Hope project.

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