Headline findings show that among 1,327 news pages in French print media dedicated to football only 2.1% were about women’s football
The launch takes place at 10.30 CEST at the Quai d’Orsay, Paris
“We need to create more attention, because okay we meet and train and play our amateur games, but it’s not only about us – we are trying to impact on society.” says Galina Shatilova
150 kids from 30 different nationalities participate in regular football sessions in one of the most diverse neighbourhoods of Madrid showing that football brings people together
Wear our t-shirt and join activists and leading football stars backing the Football People movement in October.
Fare believes in an inclusive sport free of discrimination. Reporting abuse and discrimination is one means through which we can highlight issues and challenge denial.
Fare has created a database of grassroots organisations, teams and football clubs that are actively welcoming refugees or organising training sessions and other initiatives to help refugees find a place.