NEWS | 05/10/2018Both institutions work towards maintaining projects for the integration of groups in socially disadvantaged situations through football.
Since the 2012/13 season, Liberbank has played it part in the maintenance of various socio-sporting projects that seek to use football to achieve the integration of groups living in socially disadvantaged situations. Example of such projects include the socio-sporting school in Quinta de Asturias and the socio-sporting programme run in the prisons at Villabona (Oviedo) and Ocaña II (Toledo).
This latest agreement sees the Real Madrid Foundation add to the programmes it runs in prisons, with the institution boasting over a decade of experience in leading projects in 23 centres in collaboration with the Secretary General of Prison Institutions.
The link-up between the Real Madrid Foundation and Liberbank, which was established seven seasons ago, allows children aged between five and 11 to learn positive values through the game, thanks to the socio-sporting football school in Madrid's Quinta de Asturias, with minors at risk from exclusion and in socially disadvantaged situations benefitting from scholarships.