Social sports school
The programme is designed for technical-tactical improvement and the learning of basic values.
Developed in partnership with the FDP-Protagonists in Education Association they reach more than fifty children.
They will develop the educational programme 'Not a Drop for Children' for the youngsters taking part in the Foundation's summer camps.
Bidding is open until 19 June at 3pm (CEST).
The event will take place on Friday at 1pm (CET) and will be streamed live via the Real Madrid Foundation's interactive omnichannel platform.
70 children in vulnerable situations benefited from the joint social sporting project for the seventh season in a row.
Butragueño, Casillas, Roberto Carlos, Hierro, Morientes and Lorenzo Sanz were amongst the club veterans who joined Ale Galán and Álex Ruiz at the Mad4Padel club.
Children from 22 social sporting schools resumed this traditional event.
Sixty per cent of the youngsters will benefit from a scholarship to attend the clinics in Aruba and Sint Maarten.
The link-up has seen over 400 minors in youth offenders' institutions benefit from socio-sporting activities.
Banco Santander has supported the Foundation's socio-sporting projects since 2010.
Videos and free content for learning about sport and values are available across all devices.
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiatives supports the social sports schools in Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Uzbekistan.
A share of the funds will go towards the running of the joint project to assist the homeless.
Talks have taken place over two days to raise awareness of the importance of early detection of prostate cancer.
The initiative allows all fans to access the items for just €3.
The club's official bank has supported a number of the Foundation's socio-sporting project for the past nine years.
The 12th edition of the event will see football, entertainment and training take centre stage at Real Madrid City between 20 June and 12 September.