"It's Good to Lose" is not a concept that would normally be associated with the game of soccer! However in the run-down suburbs of the Chilean capital, Santiago, young men with nothing better to do often end up in a downward spiral of petty criminality. But a street football project called CHIGOL has transformed many lives and neighbourhoods. Youngsters can come and train and play football but the team that wins may not be the one that has scored the most goals. The teams decide on the rules before each game and award each other points for virtues like clean play, respect, team solidarity and fairness to female players - rules that they can take into life itself. Two troublesome youths, Pablo and Juan, who used to spend their lives drinking, taking drugs and fighting have now gone on to be trainers for the project and this has give them a new motivation to sort their lives out.