1st CAFE European Conference – Total Football, Total Access

1st CAFE European Conference – Total Football, Total Access

Wembley Stadium in London, England, will be host to the first ever conference held by the Centre for Access to Football in Europe (CAFE) on 24th and 25th September 2011. The conference, ‘Total Football, Total Access’, will see football dignitaries, stadium managers, architects, club representatives, disabled fans and non-disabled fans meet to discuss making European…

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„Stronger Together – Football Unites“ – Workshop in Belgrade on August 4, 2011

„Stronger Together – Football Unites“ – Workshop in Belgrade on August 4, 2011

Final tournament of the Balkaniade 2011 in Cuprija (Serbia) Workshop Within the ongoing projects realised by the Balkan Alpe Adria Project, the workshop “Stronger Together – Football Unites” will be held on 4 August in Belgrade. International guests will exchange opinions on the topic “International dialogue and multicultural fan work on the Balkans”. Further the…

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Underdogs Japan line-up against the USA in Women’s Word Cup final

Underdogs Japan line-up against the USA in Women’s Word Cup final

A highly successful Women’s World Cup reaches its climax this Sunday as former winners and favourites USA take on Japan. The month-long finals, hosted by Germany, have been lauded for the excitement of games, high attendances and boost they have given to women’s football globally. Boost for Japan Japan have never defeated the US in…

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FIFA Anti-Discrimination Day takes place at Women's world cup semi-finals

FIFA Anti-Discrimination Day takes place at Women's world cup semi-finals

The semi-finals of the Women's world cup in Germany will be used as the platform for the tenth FIFA Anti-Discrimination day on Wednesday (13). The annual event is designed for FIFA to send out a a clear statement to millions of people around the world about football’s united stance against any kind of discrimination, be…

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Czech Roma football club facing exclusion due to racist attacks

Czech Roma football club facing exclusion due to racist attacks

Disciplinary fines could close FC Děčín; it’s chairman says many incidents were sparked by racist abuse A Czech football club composed of Roma players which has been threatened with closure because of its mounting disciplinary fines, says that many of the incidents it has been involved in were caused by racist remarks and will lead…

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Mondiali brings together thousands against discrimination in Italy

Mondiali brings together thousands against discrimination in Italy

Thousands of amateur footballers, football fans and supporters of the anti- discrimination movement from across Europe, have been gathering in Northern Italy to show their solidarity for global struggles against discrimination. A giant banner reading No To Sexism greets visitors to the Mondiali Antirazzisti in the small northern town of Castlefranco Emilia, near Modena, this…

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