Research & Evidence

Liverpool Homeless Football Club is about much more than football. How do we measure that?

We understand that it is very important to look at the impact LHFC has upon the lives of our players. LHFC use an evidence based software called ‘Views’ to record all of our engagement and our outcomes.

We are also very keen to take part in research projects that demonstrate the benefits to what we do. Below is a brief overview of what has been completed so far and what is currently being undertaken:

In 2010 Homeless Link & Groundswell completed a study looking at LHFC in particular and how sport can help people suffering from homelessness.

Follow this link to read it: Liverpool Project Study – Aiming High Sport for All Year 2

LHFC are have also been used in a number of other research projects, such as:

  • Liverpool John Moores University are researching the physical fitness aspect of our work. Looking at it from a social science perspective.
  • Liverpool John Moores University are also examining the impact LHFC have upon wellbeing and healthy living.
  • Liverpool University are conducting a research paper into the social benefits homeless people gain as a result of being part of a football club.