Anders Krystadi coordinates a football program for the Norwegian Football Association which is aimed at anyone who often struggles in everyday life, such as people with learning difficulties, physical disabilities and drug addictions, as well as ethnic minorities.
One of the participants is Martin Sandvik, who suffers from severe learning difficulties. As a child he was bullied and considered something of an outsider for many years. However, after founding his own team for players with learning deficits - one of 70 such sides throughout the country - he has grown in self-confidence, and ushered in a fresh start to his life.
In this latest Video of the Week, FIFA TV and FIFA.com look at the social project and the example being set by the team from Lillestrom, which is helping give the affected members increased support and greater self-confidence.
See for yourself in this edition of Video of the Week.