Youssoufa Moukoko, the youngest player of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar. Photo: German Football Association
Archive: Players in action during the Unity Euro Cup at the Colovray Stadium in Nyon, Switzerland, 29 June 2022. Uefa in collaboration with Unhcr hosts the first edition of the new amateur competition, which will feature eight teams, each composed of 70 percent refugees and 30 percent non-refugees, representing nations across Europe | Photo: EPA/JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BOTT
The first edition of the football event attracted refugees and migrants living in eight European countries | Photo: UEFA
Napoli center-back Kalidou Koulibaly visits in Naples Arci Mediterraneo, a team of migrants and asylum seekers | Photo: Facebook/
Construction workers at Lusail Stadium during a media tour in Doha, Qatar, 20 December 2019. Lusail Stadium is one of the eight stadiums built for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar | Photo: EPA/ALI HAIDER
Ukrainian refugees are welcomed by the civil protection at Milan's central station, on March 16, 2022 | Photo: ANSA/Paolo Salmoirago
Bayern's Alphonso Davies reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Moenchengladbach and Bayern Muenchen in Moenchengladbach, Germany, 13 August 2021 | Photo: EPA/SASCHA STEINBACH
Girls from the Minawao Refugee Camp celebrate watching Nigeria in Cameroon | Photo: Xavier Bourgois / UNHCR

Mustapha Jawara, the first migrant to become a referee with the Italian Referees Association | Photo: ANSA/AIA
Bakery Jatta | Photo: Daniel Karmann/picture alliance
From left to right SS Lazio President, Claudio Lotito, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, SS Lazio player, Ciro Immobile, and Former Italian soccer player Marco Tardelli show to photographers the jersey of the ''Squadra del Papa-Fratelli tutti'' (Pope' soccer team-All Brothers) which will be donated to Pope Francis | Photo: ANSA/ETTORE FERRARI
The St. Ambroeus soccer team is made up of refugees, asylum seekers and Milanese youth | Photo: St. Ambroeus / Facebook