story   It’s not every day that you get to test your footballing skills against a prince, but youngsters in Cape Town suburb Khayelitsha were treated to just such a remarkable experience after His Royal Highness Prince Harry paid a visit to their Football For Hope Centre. A legacy of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in the country, the centre was the first of the 20 across the African continent to be completed in 2009 and it is the second such royal visit since its inauguration, with Harry’s father Prince Charles having made a similar trip in November 2011.Harry joined in with training sessions, took part in the educational discussions about HIV and AIDS, and even showcased his dancing ability, with the wide smiles on the youngsters’ faces evidence of the positive impact of his visit. Grassroots Soccer, who manage the centre, use football to educate, inspire, and mobilise young people to stop the spread of HIV. View full story at
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