The nature of their work means that high-performance sportspeople are often at higher risk of divorce, substance dependency and depression. This is why helping them experience wholeness and healing, and encouraging positive relationships in their life are essential.
Watch the highlights story of how Stellenbosch FC used Fathers Matter to support its players as part of the club's 'More than football' programme.
You can also watch the longer version of this story here.
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