Chile and Mexico are the champions of this year's Homeless World Cup in Mexico City.
The games brought together 62 teams from which 48 nations participated in the men's tournament and 14 in the women's.
The Homeless World Cup seeks to use soccer as a tool to engage with the world's homeless.
The championships also hopes to encourage young homeless to get an education, improve relationships with their families and introduce them to agencies which provide employment and housing.
German Ruiz a player from the Chilean team told Reuters, 'My life has been changing for a while now. I lived on the streets two years ago and now I'm here, in Mexico, and we're champions.'
The teams play two-seven minute halves, in which four players (including the goalie) could play at any given time.
The Mexican women's team put the Brazilian women away 6-2 in the finals, while Chile's men's team swept to victory beating Mexico 8-5.
The first Homeless World Cup was held in 2003 and this year's tournament is the largest to date.