Athletic Club Foundation
EFDN is happy to announce that Leyton Orient F.C. has joined the European Football for Development Network as the 40th member. Leyton Orient, since its inception in 1881, is recognised as a Community Club, aiming to raise aspiration amongst the communities that it serves. It achieves this by offering the Read more
Although it was not a completely new idea, Bayer 04 were the first Bundesliga club to offer services for the blind. The recently deceased head of the football section Kurt Vossen was inspired by a visit to the English Premier League club Manchester United. After working in close co-operation with Read more
The very first ‘Garioch Games’ took place in Aberdeenshire earlier this month from the 5th-7th July. Inspired by the Aberdeen City’s extremely popular ‘Golden Games’, the Garioch Games is a FREE sport and activities festival for people aged 65 and over, delivered by the Aberdeen FC Community Trust in partnership Read more
Bayer Leverkusen & Werder Bremen are already since almost 10 years part of the Football Club Social Alliance (FCSA), which is based in Basel, Switzerland. The organisation, and therefore SV Werder Bremen & Bayer Leverkusen, have the aim of improving the lives of girls, boys and young adults coming from Read more
From 18th to 20th of September 2017, EFDN will hold the European Legends Walking Football Festival, which will be hosted by Vitesse Arnhem at the iconic Dutch national sporting centre Papendal. The European Legends Walking Football ...
EFDN has the great pleasure to announce that the 9th EFDN conference will be hosted by Vålerenga Football in Oslo on 7th and 8th of November 2017. The 9th conference will be centred around the ...
Let’s face it, Europe. We’re not active enough, and it’s making us sick and undermining Europe’s potential. The European Week of Support is part of the European Union’s response. The ...