From Northern Ireland to Uganda
Like everywhere else in the UK, Northern Ireland has many football fans, but one Christian couple living here have used the sport as a way of reaching out to village children in Uganda.
Sam Senyonga is from Uganda and his wife Zara comes from Northern Ireland. In 2009 they founded a charity called Shades of Hope, and one of its aims was to set up a football academy in Uganda, in Sam’s village about an hour’s drive from Kampala, the Ugandan capital.
Sam and Zara spoke to Premier's Colm Flanagan who asked Sam: what was behind this unusual mission idea?