Soccer-loving teens in disadvantaged communities around the world are keeping the play going no matter what – on dirt or concrete – sometimes with balls made out of trash and twine.

Coca-Cola, Walmart and One World Play Project are teaming up outside of the U.S. to provide 80,000 unpoppable soccer balls for communities in need. These balls never need a pump and never go flat, even when punctured or crushed.

And now, people in the U.S. can visit the Coca-Cola Store online to buy a custom-branded unpoppable soccer ball and have One World Play Project provide an additional one to deserving organizations.

Watch this short video to learn more about the unpoppable soccer ball. While ordinary soccer balls deflate and become unusable quickly, One World Futbols last much longer and allow teens to play as long as they want.

One World Play Project is a social impact company that creates ultra-durable products that enable play for all. One World Play Project has delivered play to an estimated 60 million youth in 185 countries. Learn more at www.oneworldplayproject.com.