Join REACH Rumble Football Tournament and help raise funds

Please join REACH Rumble Football Tournament and help raise much needed funds to educate Vietnam’s most disadvantaged youth

Up to 18 teams will be playing over one day
It will be held at British University Vietnam at Eco Park
Spectator entry is by donation
All proceeds go toward providing vocational training to disadvantaged Vietnamese youth
The REACH Rumble is an all inclusive event and we encourage all people from all walks of life to get involved
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REACH Rumble football
The REACH Rumble 2019 is REACH’s inaugural football competition that aims to bring together our students, sponsors, donors, business partners, and the wider Hanoian community on the football pitch. 

This year will see British University Vietnam host the event at their ECO Park campus. It will consist of up to 18 teams and will be played September 29 from 8.00 am.

All funds raised will go toward fulfilling REACH’s mission of providing vocational training for some of Vietnam’s most disadvantaged youth. 

‘We’d like to see as many people as possible head out to BUV,” said REACH Executive Director, Tam Pham. “This is a great way for everyone involved in REACH’s success to come together and have some fun!”
Confirmed teams so far include: RMIT University (X2), the British International School, the US Embassy, Hilton Hanoi, Intercontinental Westlake, Intercontinental Landmark 72, Alfresco’s Cafe and Grill, Australian Embassy, Revina, British University Vietnam, Friends of BIS, Ba Dinh Bats, and, of course, the REACH All Stars.

Aside from football, Acacia Kindergarten, will provide a Kid’s Corner with a number of games for small children to keep them occupied while their parents are on the field. 

There will be food and beverages available for purchase on the day to make sure that everyone stays well hydrated and well fed and Joma Bakery Cafe will be on site serving coffee and baked goods.

It promises to be a fun afternoon and a fantastic competition.

This event has been made possible by Australian Aid and the Australian Volunteers Program and BTS Cartons and Packaging.

For more information visit the REACH Rumble event page.


REACH is a Vietnamese nonprofit organization specializing in vocational training, career advice, and job placement services for disadvantaged Vietnamese youth. REACH has six locations around Vietnam and trains over 1000 young people annually. These students include young people who have grown up in poverty, who are living with disabilities, and victims of human trafficking among many others. 

Over ten years REACH has trained over 16,000 young people between the ages of 16 and 30. Of those, we have placed more than 80% in stable in employment and REACH graduates earn almost 20% more than the national minimum wage. 

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Dinh Thu Ha (Ms.)
Communication & Event Officer
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