Community Champions League: Draft Programme Guide

Community Champions League: Draft Programme Guide

Are you the next community champion of Europe? Would you like the perfect stage upon which to prove this? Then EFDN have got the project that you will want to get involved in.

The Community Champions League is an EFDN project which is a social street football competition organised locally in different European countries, where the participating teams can win more points through Fair-Play, Fair Support and Volunteering in community activities than by just winning their street football matches. It  provides the opportunity for people from different cultures to come together to build relationships and friendships while breaking down barriers through the prevention of violence, racism and intolerance in grassroots sports and their communities.

This programme guide, developed by the European Football for Development Network (EFDN) will provide you an understanding of how the Community Champions League works, with an overview of it’s match rules, points scoring system, rewards etc.

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