Daimler Street Football
Daimler Street Football is a joint project funded by Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) and Daimler in 2011, organised by OCA and National Olympic Committee.

The vision of Daimler Street Football Project is to inspire the non registered professional youth, diverting activities in to a positive values, leading for healthy society. The project’s mission is to compete among non registered professional athletes in equal and fair environments through organizing sport activities.

The objectives of the project are merging the youth in the sport movement’s society, making them feels that they are an important part of it and increase sport participation of the local youth and possibly identify some young football talents.
News
09.07.2011
Vientiane, Laos: On the occasion of the Incheon Asian Games Fun Run in Laos on Thursday, July 7, the Olympic Council of Asia and Incheon Asian Games Organising Committee co-hosted a media reception in Vientiane. The function received a...

08.07.2011
Vientiane, Laos: Vientiane Football Federation Secretary General Soulivanh Xeunvilay believes Daimler Street Football creates a special environment for youngsters to enjoy the game.

“We have many football competitions in Vientia...

08.07.2011
Vientiane, Laos:  More than 200 players from 10 under-12 teams participated in the latest leg of the OCA’s Daimler Street Football project at Vientiane, Laos. The tournament was played over two days at the Vientiane Anouvong Stadi...

14.06.2011
Hebron, Palestine: The Palestine Daimler Street Football (DSF) project, which was held on Monday, June 13, set a higher standard for others to follow in the future. Palestine DSF attracted more than 12 teams and 150 boys to participate...

13.06.2011
Hebron, Palestine: Daheria defeated Samoo 5-2 in the Palestine Daimler Street Football (DSF) final on Monday to win the championship. The two-day Palestine DSF attracted 12 teams with a total of 150 players. Beit Ummar, Samoo 2, Shabab...

22.05.2011
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan: The third Daimler Street Football project came to a successful conclusion on Sunday in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. In the under-14 final, Ashgabat Football School beat Olympic Sports Youth School 2-0.

The sam...

19.05.2011
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan: The OCA’s Daimler Street Football project kicked off Thursday in Ashgabat, the capital city of Turkmenistan. The Chairman of Ashgabat City Sports Committee, Mr. Muhammed Keshikov, Turkmenistan National Olympic C...

28.04.2011
Dili, Timor-Leste: The cup isn’t made of gold, the winners have no prize money, but the two-day Daimler Street Football Project brought much joy to young footballers in Dili. The Daimler Street Football Timor-Leste Tournament united ma...

28.04.2011
Dili, Timor-Leste: The cup isn’t made of gold, the winners have no prize money, but the two-day Daimler Street Football Project brought much joy to young footballers in Dili. The Daimler Street Football Timor-Leste Tournament united ma...

27.04.2011
Dili, Timor Leste: The second Daimler Street Football Project was kicked off today in the capital city of Timor Leste. The Timor Leste tournament consists 4 boys? teams and 2 girls? teams, the final will be played on Thursday 28th Apri...

24.04.2011
Thimphu, Bhutan: The first Daimler Street Football Project in the Kingdom of Thunder Dragon Bhutan ended with a great success on Sunday. The great popularity of football and the excellent competition organisation attracted more than 50...

21.04.2011
Thimphu, Bhutan: The Daimler Street Football Bhutan Tournament has received a big media boost as it is being broadcast live on national channel Bhutan Broadcasting Service (BBS). BBS has developed a special programme for the 2011 Daiml...

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