Location and general information

Location Romania
Start date 01/01/2020
End date 12/31/2020
Cost of the project € 38,000
Foundation funding € 33,000
Project identifier 2019179
Partners Luncşoara Bihorului Association
Categories Access to Sport


Luncşoara Bihorului Association is active in Luncşoara village in western Romania. Over the years, it has dedicated time, resources and passion to help the local community and especially to provide the basis for the healthy growth and development of children. The association has already carried out three different projects in the village.

Project content

The association is the owner of the ground (924m2), which was bought in 2014 thanks to numerous donations. It comprises a synthetic sports field, fences and floodlights. Luncşoara secondary school is a key partner in this project.


  • Build a synthetic sports field
  • Install surrounding fences
  • Install floodlights
  • Set up other infrastructures

Project activities

This sports field is an alternative way for the younger generations and pupils of the local school to spend their free time, and is conveniently located next to the school. As this is a rural area, the children do not have many other options for spending their free time, so this football pitch and sports area will help the integration of the community and give a chance to the children to practise football and other sports, such as handball, tennis and running.

Being located in a rural area, the sports field is meant to be an opening towards nature. The children will be involved in keeping the ground clean and watering the plants.

Expected results

Between 300 and 1,000 people, mainly children, will benefit from the project in the village and the surrounding area.

Official website : Luncşoara Bihorului Association

Partner : Luncşoara Bihorului Association

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