World Win’s education institute celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, and this year the institute celebrates the centennial of the institution with a special tribute video.
In honor of the occasion, the video includes some of the first footage of the institute and some of its early activities, including its first football game.
World Win, which was founded in 1892, is the nation’s oldest educational institution and has been the focal point of American sport since its founding.
In 2018, World Win became a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational foundation, allowing the organization to focus its efforts on educating young people, youth and communities in underserved areas, particularly in undersized communities.
The organization has expanded its programs in recent years, and in 2019 it launched a World Win scholarship program for young people and young people’s organizations.
The World Win website notes that World Win is “dedicated to the goal of empowering youth to realize their full potential and serve their communities.”
In the video, the institute’s first team is on the field, and the entire team is seen on the sidelines.
The team is led by an assistant coach, and several players sit in a circle on the sideline to observe the game.
The game is played in the first-ever professional women’s soccer game, and World Win hopes to be able to continue producing high-quality games for the sport in the future.
The video concludes with an interview with one of the team’s former players, Ashley Grier, who has worked as a coach at World Win since 2003.
The video was created by WIllie Brown, a former World Win football player who also produced the documentary World Win: The Inside Story of the World’s Most Acclaimed Sports Academy.