Thanks to the partnership established with Real Madrid Foundation in 2019 for promoting sports and education activities in South London, we are pleased to announce that our UK social sports school has received funds from the UEFA Foundation for children that will help improve the lives of young Londoners enrolled in the 2020/21 season.

We aim to engage a further 120 young people this season, providing education support, workshops and career guidance alongside weekly football training.

The UEFA Foundation for children commit to reach out to those most in need by turning the fundamental values – such as human dignity, solidarity and hope – into opportunities for children to improve their lives. 

“It is a great privilege to partner and be trusted to deliver successful projects by two household international brands” said Kinetic Foundation COO, James Fotheringham.

The social sports school is for 15 to 17 years old that are in a difficult socio- economic situation with the objective to contribute to improve school attendance and performance.

“The projects will run in Croydon for 15-17 year olds, provide kit for the participants and hopefully accelerate their development and life prospects before they move into sixth form, further education or future employment”.

More information about the session can be found on our Community page.