Training opportunity for coaches creating social change in the south of England

On Monday 6th and Monday 20th December, Fare will be running in-person training sessions on football3 in collaboration with Albion in the Community, the Brighton and Hove community arm. The sessions will take place in Crawley, England.

football3 for all is an exciting methodology developed through a European Commission supported project that promotes teamwork, inclusion and dialogue.

With three halves and no referee, football3 is a different way to play the game with a focus on fair play and equality. These training sessions will give you an opportunity to learn more about the system, how you can use it in your work, and to try it out for yourself.

The session are suitable for people who are already working with sport and/ or young people or interested in getting involved in these areas.

You will also receive a recognised mediator certificate and join an international community of change makers.

The training sessions are open to everyone and are completely free to attend. You do not need to have any previous experience of coaching or football3 for all.

The two-part training will be held on Monday 6th and Monday 20th December 6.30-8.00pm at Southgate Park, Crawley.

Register to attend here: https://www.emailmeform.com/builder/form/Xdxa188KULH0Cddwcbe765br

If you have any questions, you can contact Esther Jones Russell at esther.jonesrussell@farenet.org

The event is part of the football3 for all project funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme and implemented by streetfootballworld, Fare network, Albion in the Community, INEX-SDA, MSIS, ENSE, Oltalom Sport Association, Rheinflanke, Balon Mundial, and CAIS

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