we are.

Glentoran/Sillsport Football Academy Africa was established in 2005 as a community based non-governmental organization using football as a tool for social development and cohesion. In 2014, the focus of the organization changed from being a football academy and was renamed Forpsorts Foundation and duly registered as a Charity at the Department of Social Welfare in Ghana.

The intention of the Charity is to use sports as a tool to address issues pertinent to the society due to our realisation of the strength of sports especially football as a medium to address diverse issues for children, the youth and the community as a whole.

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Our mission is to use sports as a tool to address societal issues such as gender inequality, streetism and homelessness, health and wellbeing and the need to engage in physical activities and also alleviate poverty by the use of sports to provide underprivileged and vulnerable children with basic education, vocational training and apprenticeship to empower them for their future roles to themselves and society.

we do.


Forsports Foundation uses sport as a platform to educate and empower children and their communities. We provide life skills specific to a child’s environment in order to equip children and young people to become agents of change.


Sport provides a platform for valuable lessons related to fair play and equality. Forsports Foundation ensures boys and girls play together and learn together, in order to break down gender-related barriers and develop mutual respect.


As a prerequisite of our play, learn and develop philosophy, Forsports Foundation endeavours to provide access to safe spaces and tailored solutions to the needs of the children (i.e. access to safe water/food/sanitation/changing facilities).


By up-skilling and training children and young people through sport, be it a coaching qualification or life skills training, we can equip young people and their communities to build a more prosperous future.


ForSports Foundation believes that increased participation in sport will result in improved health and education, reduction in youth crime, environmental benefits, and lead to regeneration and community development.


Being active plays a key role in brain development and is also a great tool to enhance long-term educational attainment. The provision of sporting programs is often an incentive for children to go to or remain in school.


Health and wellbeing are vital in the development of a positive and happy society. Our programs promote all aspects of health, from learning about nutrition to promoting positive relationships.


“When we feel love and kindness toward others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace.” – XIV Dalai Lama 

“You must be the change you want to see in the world.”-Mahatma Gandhi