Social sports school
It's the first football program organised in the South Ostrobothnia region.
Almost 1,000 children in Israel, Jordan and the West Bank and Gaza Strip participate in the nine social sports projects.
The funds raised will go towards the Real Madrid Foundation's socio-sporting projects.
The educators of almost 200 children followed the sessions online.
In collaboration with Wakatake, a group of players from Japan were the first to enjoy the technical-tactical improvement program.
The programme has more than 350 beneficiaries and is run in collaboration with the Foundation for Youth Welfare.
Over 600 youngsters were delighted to meet their hero.
Over 200 children received a visit from the Whites' former captain.
The participants received technical sessions given by professionals endorsed by the club's youth academy.
The projects are carried out in partnership with Epicentr for Children.
It will aid the running of the madridista programs, notably ‘Emprendeporte’.
The first will take place from 19 to 23 July in the city of Pristina, run in collaboration with STE and Zero Positive.
Bidding will be open until 30 June at 3pm (CEST).
Over the course of the summer, 49 cities will run the program for over 4,000 children.
The second edition will take place in this city thanks to the collaboration of la Caixa and Fundación Hercesa.
Over 2,000 boys and girls will enjoy courses held at the complex up until 12 September.
The event aims to support the Real Madrid Foundation's social sports school in Kolkata, run in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Mother and Child (IIMC).
The socio-sports school in Pointe Noire is being run in collaboration with Salesian Missions.
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.