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Mental Health World Cup 2024

Saturday 11th May. Tickets go on sale Friday 6th October 11am.

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Play football.

Stand against suicide.

The Mental Health World Cup at QPR's Loftus Road Stadium is the UK's leading charity 5-a-side football tournament for the fight to prevent male suicide. We raise vital funds and raise awareness for charity CALM and other mental health community initiatives,.


Launched in 2012, the #MHWC has become a key fundraising and social event for the construction industry, where suicide rates are three times higher than the UK average. It provides an opportunity to bring people together - friends, colleagues and business associates - to raise money and awareness for this critical issue, whilst giving everyone involved an incredible day to remember.

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Reserve a team

Experience the thrill of playing at a football league stadium

Pick your country, select your team, and raise enough sponsorship for your chance to play in the Mental Health World Cup!

Over the course of half a day,  your team will battle it out in a 5-a-side spectacular at QPR's home ground, in a bid to be crowned Mental Health World Cup champions. All teams will get around an hour of playing time on the pitch and at least four matches against nations from around the world.


All the 5-a-side matches will be played on a professional football pitch*, QPR's home at Loftus Road, in a league format then knock outs.

(*if QPR make play offs, chance that tournament will be played at alternative pitch locally)


Every player dreams of lifting the World Cup. Thanks to the Mental Health World Cup that dream could be reality. Plus lots more awards for the best players on the day.


Bring a team of supporters for a great day out for all the family - food stalls, hot food and even a cold beer!

(*spectator fee for adults applies)


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Mental Health World Cup 2019

Mental Health World Cup 2019

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