The Homeless World Cup has ended in Cardiff today.
The Wales Women's team beat the Netherlands 9-7 in their final match earlier but player Bonny Jewell said she does not want the games to end.
Bonny currently lives with her partner but she said they are in the middle of being evicted.
Street Football Wales director, Keri Harris, said they will support for the homeless players will continue after the tournament is over.
Paul Francis has been homeless on and off since he was fourteen years old. He used to sleep on the streets of Swansea. Paul said he used to spend £700 a month on cannabis but since the games started he said he has not used the drug at all. He said being part of the games has had a huge impact on his life.
This year, Mexico have won the Homeless World Cup in Cardiff.
The tournament will be held in Finland’s second largest city, Tampere, in 2020.