Streetkick is a mobile, inflatable mini football pitch that is able to pack into a relatively small trailer and move from one location to another.
Since its humble beginnings in the autumn of 1998 the Streetkick game has grown almost out of all recognition, it has also in many ways developed into one of FURDs most ‘high-profile’ areas of work.
Visually the game has changed dramatically; the original wooden-panelled game (built by FURD volunteer Kevin Titterton) was replaced by an ultra-modern and larger inflatable one in the summer of 2003 - thanks to Sport Relief funding. This ‘new’ Streetkick has exceeded all the organisations expectations in terms of practicality, mobility and how it has been received by young people. In many ways it had the effect of increasing the almost ‘cult-like’ status Streetkick has built up over the previous years.