The Bali Sports Foundation (BFS) was formed to improve the lives of children with disabilities in Bali and East Indonesia by using the power of sport and play for development, health and peace. Winner of two editions of the SCC Soccer 6s Youth Tournament, Bali Sports Foundation (BSF), a registered Indonesian charity, shows that through sport, those living with a disability can demonstrate their strengths and not be categorised and stigmatised because of it.

In this regard sport can be seen as a stepping stone for those living with disabilities (and their families) to move from isolation in a karmic society like Bali, into the mainstream and also educate those who do not have a disability to understand that those that do, have rights that include being able to fully participate in society and not face discrimination. BSF firmly believes that sport has the power to change lives for the better, particularly for those living with a disability.

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To provide Safe and supportive sports environment which can provide youth with a place in which they are treated with dignity and through which they can:

  1. Develop new and valued skills
  2. Form friendships, receive and give peer support, and enhance their social networks
    Enjoy freedom of expression and movement
  3. Receive mentoring support from trusted adults, who can serve as youth advocates
    Take advantage of new learning and educational opportunities.
  4. High level training through volunteer coaches and mentors
  5. Up to high school education through our JV with DHIF
  6. Experiences in religious tolerance and understanding through bringing promising athletes to our central sports center in Kuta,Bali
  7. Train the trainers program for the sports centres
  8. Identify promising talent and provide them with life skills


Taking a group of under 14 Balinese boys from around KlungKung, who had never been out of Bali or on a plane to Singapore on the historical grounds of Singapore Cricket Club for the SCC Soccer Sixes which included another 23 teams from Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia & Singapore.