NJ MED's Fourth Annual Football World Compassion Cup launches this month
The World Compassion Cup is an international football competition to recognize football's richest clubs and their supporters and the social impact they make in communities.
By: NJ MED
The Cup features a weekly ranking of the club's league games, leagues cups, and international cup competition results. Teams gain three points for wins, one point for ties, and lose three points for losing. Club's supporter performance also influences the team's points. Three points for outstanding behavior of sportsmanship or lose three points for showing poor behavior.
NJ MED CEO/Founder, Mr. Albert Mitchell II, said, "This competition rates football's biggest clubs in their on and off-field performance. These clubs generate hundreds of millions to billions of dollars a year. Why not celebrate the good they do in the communities they do business with. So thinking it is only football they are playing is undervaluing the impact they have."
Mr. Mitchell added, "The World Compassion Cup represents the best football has to offer. By leveraging its popularity to motivate communities to come together to accomplish a goal. We hope each club's supporters will join with their foundations to help donate educational materials to children and schools in need. Because together we can accomplish anything."
This year's top clubs face new challenges. The usually winners are not as strong. Has many top players moved to new clubs like Lionel Messi from Barcelona in Spain to Paris Saint Germain in France, and Cristiano Ronaldo from Juventus, Italy back to Manchester United in the UK.
The top clubs for this season look to be last year's winner Manchester City from the UK, UK's Liverpool with a healthy Virgil van Dijk returning, and last year's UEFA Champion League Cup winner Chelsea from the UK adding Romelu Lukaku. However, the most complete team seems to be the nine-time straight winner of the Germany Bunglisa league, Bayern Munich.
More information about the World Compassion Cup and the weekly ranks can be found on NJ MED's worldtop20.org website.