Burundi to Bradford: Lighting up the Women's Football League
Falone Sumaili has represented Burundi on the international level and was an up and coming young footballer there until she had to leave home and seek refuge in the England.
Restarting her life in a brand new country she found a new club in Bradford City W.F.C and is currently lighting up Women’s league whilst settling down in her new community.We produced this video alongside the Football Welcomes team at Amnesty International.Football Welcomes is part of Amnesty International’s I Welcome campaign for a better international response to the global refugee crisis.
The campaign encourages local communities to work together to create a more welcoming environment for people fleeing conflict and persecution.Massive thank you to everyone at the Football Welcomes team at Amnesty, Matthew and everyone at Bradford Women’s F.C, and the Bangla Bantams.Camera: Matt Sanderson & Danny Sayers Editor: Danny Sayers Colourist: Matt Sanderson Graphics: Danny Sayers To find out more about our Creator Commissions, please visit: https://copa90.com/creatorcommissions/Music Licensed by: Audio networkSubscribe to COPA90: http://bit.ly/Copa90SubscribeHave your voice heard, Join the CROWD: https://www.copa90crowd.com/c/r/YTCROWDWant a regular dose of COPA90 goodness all in one place?
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