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Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023

Using cricket as a platform for positive change, the second edition of the Street Child Cricket World Cup will take place in Chennai, India in September 2023.

Empowering street-connected children one step at a time

Across the world, street-connected young people live on, work in or are at risk of the streets. These young people are stigmatised, mistreated and marginalised. Their voices are rarely heard.

Our Partners

The 'I AM SOMEBODY' Express

A campaign journey like no other...

300 young people, volunteers, and ambassadors will board a train for a 21 hour journey from Mumbai to Chennai, using this vehicle to promote the rights of street-connected young people across India and globally.

Our Sponsors

Stump the Invisibility

The UN estimates that there are 150 million street-connected children worldwide. In India alone, there are an estimated TWO MILLION street-connected children.


No Legal Identity

No Access to Formal Education

No Legal Protection or Rights

No Access to Government Welfare Schemes

No Protection from Child Labour & Trafficking

No Access to Health Services

Highlights from 2019 World Cup

BBC & Wisden provided extensive coverage of SCCWC, helping create a platform where Young People could be heard. TMS Commentators Izzy Westbury and Dan Norcross hosted the Group Stages in Cambridge.

Save the Children's Artist Ambassador, Dia Mirza, supported the SCCWC 2019, helping promote the young people's calls to action.

Our All-Stars joined us at Lord's for a celebrity street20 match.

Former Indian Cricket Team captains, Sourav Ganguly and Mithali Raj were named the Goodwill Ambassadors for Team India at the SSCWC.

Team India North was supported by SSCWC partners Rajasthan Royals.

SSCWC Patron Sir John Major met all the participating teams, and the MCC hosted Finals Day at Lord's.

SCCWC 2023 - India

By taking part in the SCCWC 2023, some of the most vulnerable children across the globe will have the chance to represent their country.

The Game Plan

1 Million Not Out

Team Bucket List will partake in the 2023 SCCWC and make our country proud!

Through SCCWC, we aim to secure legal identities & access to services for 1,000,000 children globally.

Bucket List is a non-profit organisation that works towards supporting underprivileged children to reach their full potential - physically, mentally, and emotionally.

We do so by keeping the very popular and repeatedly proven Framework for 21st Century Learning in mind.

Changing Lives Through Sports

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Harish's Story

Harish is a 14-year-old we have been working with for the past 5 years. While the initial years showed a massive impact on Harish’s learning and growth, in the next couple of years - he started to show signs of deviance, deteriorating performance in school, and violence.

In 2019, as our basketball intervention began, we were able to divert Harish’s curiosities and energy in a positive direction with the team sport. He quickly became the most dedicated and responsible child in the group. By re-establishing a relationship with the team and other verticals, he was also trying to perform better at school.


You can transform lives of hundreds of street children today by donating. No amount is too small or big. Every penny of your support will go into saving someone’s childhood.

Contact Us

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