Sands United FC was started by the stillbirth charity to help men talk about loss and commemorate their children.
Sharon Marie Jones' son Ned died in a car crash, and she says little support is given to grieving families.
Sands Football Club brings together men who have all experienced stillbirth and neonatal deaths.
BBC Radio Cornwall
Parents in Cornwall whose babies have died during pregnancy, or shortly after birth are being offered extra emotional support.
Ella's Memory, the charity set up by Martyn and Emmilie Selley following the death of their baby daughter, is funding a specialist counsellor to help grieving families.
She'll meet parents in the charity's bespoke counselling room at the Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre, off the Royal Cornwall Hospital site at Treliske.
Martyn says the support will go above and beyond that currently offered by the NHS.
The charity has previously raised nearly £30,000 to refurbish The Daisy Suite at Treliske, which caters for mothers who go through labour when their babies have died.
A football team in Londonderry is the first in Northern Ireland for men who have lost a baby.