see Hobart United have set up a Go Fund Me page to help support two of their young players who have been selected in the State Under 13 side. Jack Bearman and Matios Michael are two of Hobart United’s talented youth players who play for the club’s top of the ladder Under 13 Division 1 team. Jack has been playing for Hobart United for the last 4 years while Matios joined the club at the start of this season shortly after migrating from Eritrea. They have both thrived in the positive and inclusive culture at the club.


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source site Matios’s story is a particularly powerful one. He was just 5 years old his family fled Eritrea due to violence from the Eritrean – Ethiopian war. They arrived and spent the next 5 years in a Ethiopian refugee camp. Living in the refugee camp was tough and the children saw a lot of bad things. Matios along with his mother & siblings migrated to Tasmania in 2015. They now live in a home in South Hobart. Matios’s Father is still living in the refugee camp in Ethiopia. Unfortunately due to circumstances he can not move to be with his family in Tasmania.

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follow site Matios joined Hobart United at the start of this year after a friend from his school, Scared Heart College, invited him along to training. Matios has been a very dedicated player since joining Hobart United attending every under 13 training session and regularly training with the club’s under 16 team as well. Matios represents many players at Hobart United who are recent migrants to Australia. Unfortunately, most of these players can not afford the costs involved in participating in events like the National Championships. Hobart United does not want to see dedicated, passionate and talented players like Matios miss out on opportunities to progress with their football development, and therefore are committed to raising the funds require for the trip. Any support that can be provided to help fund the trip to the National Championships would be greatly appreciated.