Boracay Informer - Though no prize at stake, more than 100 football players from all walks of life battled in the four-day beach soccer event here in Boracay Island. Dubbed the Sama-Same Games, the event gathered 16 teams last May 8 to 11 at Boracay Terraces Resort
Philippine Star - MANILA, Philippines - A total of 16 teams, led by the highly touted Futkaleros United of Tondo, will see action in a beach soccer tournament in the paradise island of Boracay on May 8-11, an event aimed to provide equal opportunities and develop the younger generation through “The Beautiful Game.”
The Passionate Fan - Marko Kasic is a Croatian who grew up in England. His earliest memories of the game were not always pleasant.“We were schooled in England to believe that football could divide people” says Kasic, the director of Fundlife foundation.
ArunFoot - The Asian Football Development Project (AFDP) has lent its support to the 3rd Annual Sama Sama Games through the donation of 250 footballs to be used in the open-for-all tournament, which is organized by FundLife in Boracay, Philippines between May 8-11, 2014.
sportanddev.org - The Sama-Sama Cup aims to promote and defend social equality through football in the Philippines, and the second annual tournament took place on Boracay beach in December 2012. Here, sportanddev talks to founding partner Marko Kasic about the tournament and its impact.