Communities Union League (CUL) is an initiative and a brainchild of the Chairman Mr Mo Sardo. CUL helps the different national and international communities in the UK to coexist and build bridges of friendship between them through sports. CUL main purpose is to provide the different communities in the UK an avenue to compete together in different sports thus bringing communities closer to each other and facilitating cohesion and assimilation. We are starting with football as it is the one sport that unites people of all backgrounds and that they relate to in every corner of the globe.

Our purpose is to target to the youth specifically the under twenty years old to engage them in useful activities that will sway them away from crime and devious acts such as extremism and terrorism. The young athletes from the different communities in the UK aren’t just born - they’re selected, trained, moulded and tested through their participation in the communities teams. Since 2016, Communities Union League (CUL) has been gradually becoming a competitive force in the London area.

Our teams hone raw talent to maturity with quality coaching, primal workouts and a true love of the sport. Teamwork, perseverance, sportsmanship - those are the hallmarks of Communities Union League (CUL). Main London football clubs in the Championship league and other leagues have in CUL a pool of talent that they can scout talented players from and select for their own clubs


CUL aims to bring the best about London various cultures and communities by bridging the gaps and promoting tolerance, respect and mutual understanding of all the people. What a better than a football league where teams from Latin/North America, Asia and Africa compete to win the CUL Cup. CUL will focus on cultural activities such as festivals, folklores and more to show the variety of London communities.


It is a sad fact that many young Londoners are losing their lives every month due to gang-related violence. Problems like poverty, poor schooling and lack of opportunities are the imperative recipe for such violence. CUL will encourage the youths to engage in sport and give them a podium to express themselves and have their voice heard.

CUL Board


CUL is organising a football tournament in the city of London with the participation of sixteen teams of various young peoples’ groups under the ages of twenty years from national and international communities within the UK.

On the opening day of the tournament social, cultural, heritage and recreational activities such as folk dances where the performers from the different communities will be wearing national costumes and team fans will be accompanied on the sidelines. There will also be welcoming speeches by the organising committee. The handing out of the trophies for the participating teams will take place in the closing ceremony.

​ The Schedule of this tournament is as follows:

• The tournament will be held on Saturday 22 July 2017 to Sunday 20 August 2017. •

The first games on the tournament days will take place from 4 pm to 6 pm. The second games will take place from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. The tournament will be taking place at the following address: Kennington Park Football Ground London SE11 4BB.


The purpose of such events is to:

1. To channel the energies of the young people in the different communities towards useful activities and sway them away from engaging in misguided and devious activities.

2. To develop the abilities and the untapped capabilities of young people to the fullest potential.

3. To facilitate assimilation and cohesion in the society


We have managed to assemble teams from different communities with a view of creating awareness to unite all the young people in these communities. We now have committed teams representing communities in the UK from the following such countries: North Ireland, Egypt, Sudan, Poland, Romania, France, Algeria, Nigeria, Somalia, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Ecuador, Colombia and much more.

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