On Wednesday evening the young leaders from each city showcased their project to the rest of the group.
Demonstrating the universal language of football each project delivered a typical session, as they would for local children in their own communities.
On day four the focused switched to what’s to come for each project over the next 12 months.
Activities based around project management encouraged the young leaders to consider how they will put into practice what they’ve learnt at the summit and how their enhanced knowledge can improve their project.
Meanwhile, returning leaders utilised their experience to lead a 75 minute educational and interactive session, which helped their peers develop in four areas – communications, leadership, monitoring and evaluation and welfare.