The foundation supports projects supplying sports equipment such as footballs, bibs, cones and artificial football pitches to support the right to play and recreational activities.
Many young people live in poor communities.
Schools cannot always afford to supply their students with adequate equipment. As a result, children are not motivated to practise sport, which is critical to their health and character.
In the past,
children often played outside and particularly football was played in the streets.
Today, in some countries, there is an absence of open spaces and an increase in traffic. Additionally, children are playing inside more with the prevalence of video games and the internet. These factors are leading to less street play and less street football.
By providing football equipment and infrastructure,
we are encouraging children to play outside more often.