World Football Compassion Cup

The World Football Compassion Cup: Football’s Answer to Social Responsibility

Over the last ten-years, Natural Disasters have ripped through Earth. Leaving Lives Devastated and Dreams impossible to dream. How will the world continue to deal with these problems?    

While football, the planet’s number one supported sport (with over 3.5 billion fans), maybe the answer.

How? By help uniting people for the common good. And make history.

A Leap of Faith

NJ MED staff has over 40 years’ experience in promoting and participating in the “The Beautiful Game”. And knows the history and power the sport has. 

No other supported sports has more children playing and developing social skills in teamwork, communication, and respect for others than the sport of (World) Football.

As adults, many former youth players still support the sport, as parents of players or supporters of their local Amateur or Professional Club.   

In fact, 211 countries have children and families participating in Football, more than any other sport.

The World Top 20 Project mission to “Educate Every Child on the Planet” will not happen unless Football is a part of it.

Together We are One

The ingredient for success will require teamwork, communication, and respect for others to achieve the World Top 20 Project goal.

To start the process, we must understand how Football is organized, in each country, and how we can develop a relationship.

NJ MED, an international human rights organization, has developed an annual football award to support the Sustainable Development Goals and their educational mission.

The award called – The World Football Compassion Cup – is an international football competition to recognize football clubs and their supporters – on the field and off the field contribution – to their communities, country, and global impact, in:

  • demonstrating teamwork,
  • goal-oriented achievement
  • promoting unity, and
  • bringing public awareness to others in need.

The competition will weekly rank football clubs from 1 to 20, at the start of each season. Based on their on the field and off the field performances, as well as, how their club supporters represent them domestically, internationally, and in charitable activities.

In July of each year, the football club with the most points will be declared the winner of the World Football Compassion Cup.   

The Ranking System

Football clubs will be ranked in several categories, and points ranging from, on the field domestic league and international competition performance. Along with, the club’s Foundation work and Charitable projects:  

ON-FIELD

  1. Each game won = 3 points
  2. Each game tie = 1 point
  3. Each game lost = a 3 point reduction

OFF-FIELD

    1. Number of Charitable Projects – 1 to 10
    2. Number of Charitable Projects Participants – 1 to 5*
    3. Number of Charitable Projects Domestically – 1 to 10
    4. Number of International Charitable Projects – 1 to 10

* 5 = 10,000 or more, 4=5,000, 3= 1,000, 2= 500, 1=100

Football club supporters’ performances will also be ranked on their behavior on and off the field. Such as; sportsmanship, team spirit, banners, organized chants, and community charity work.

CLUB SUPPORTERS

  • Behavior in Domestic Competition
    1. 3 points for excellent behavior
    2. 2 points for great behavior
    3. 1 point for average behavior
    4. 3 points deducted for poor behavior
  • Behavior in International Competition
    1. 3 points for excellent behavior
    2. 2 points for great behavior
    3. 1 point for average behavior
    4. 3 points deducted for poor behavior
  • Community Volunteering
    1. Number of Charitable Projects – 1 to 10
    2. Number of Project Participants – 1 to 5*
    3. Number of Domestic Charitable Projects  – 1 to 10
    4. Number of International Charitable Projects – 1 to 10

* 5 = 10,000 or more, 4=5,000, 3= 1,000, 2= 500, 1=100

CLUB SELECTIONS

The Club’s selected to participate in the World Football Compassion Cup, for the first three-years will be the world’s top 20 richest clubs.

This year’s Clubs are:

Manchester United        $3.68 billion       

FC Barcelona                $3.63 billion         

Real Madrid                  $3.58 billion        

FC Bayern Munich         $2.71 billion       

Manchester City            $2.08 billion       

Arsenal                         $1.93 billion        

Chelsea                        $1.84 billion       

Liverpool                      $1.49 billion       

Juventus                       $1.25 billion       

Tottenham Hotspurs      $1.05 billion                      

Paris Saint Germain       $841 million      

Borussia Dortmund        $808 million      

AC Milan                       $802 million        

Atletico Madrid              $732 million       

West Ham United          $634 million       

FC Schalke                   $629 million        

AS Roma                      $569 million                          

Inter Milan                   $537 million         

Leicester City               $413 million  

Napoli                          $379 million

(After the three-year period, the pool of clubs will increase to over 500 clubs, from professional leagues around the world.)

The Next page will host the weekly rankings.