It might not seem unusual or newsworthy that I'm watching a game of football in Latin America. Here in the small town of Flores in the tropical north of Guatemala, close to the border with Mexico, they are as crazy about the sport as anywhere else on the continent, especially now that their national team is doing well in the World Cup qualifying competition.You may, if you are so inclined, insert your own crass "________ it like Beckham" joke here.
What makes this game particularly unusual is that it's between two women teams. And more unusually than that, it's between two teams of prostitutes.
Actually, though, this is pretty serious.
Above and beyond this, the All-Stars are also seeking to draw attention to a much more serious problem affecting Guatemala at the moment - the number of women who are brutally murdered.Read on here.
So far this year, as many as 50 women a month have been killed, and many of them have been prostitutes.
Since 2001, more than 1,300 women have been killed in Guatemala.
The situation has become so bad that the Organisation of American States (OAS) recently sent a special envoy to Guatemala City to investigate the problem and make recommendations to the government