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18 Mar
The next EFDN Online Conference (13-14 April) covers key topics for football CSR-practitioners in Europe including fundraising, sustainability, COVID-19 response, climate action, mental health, physical activity, youth justice and more. Clubs, leagues and FAs can request one ticket for free. EFDN members can request up to 4 tickets as part Read more
25 Feb
The European Football for Development Network (EFDN) will host its second virtual conference from 13-14 April 2021. It was planned to host the conference as face-to-face event in Budapest but the ongoing restrictions on large gatherings and travels across Europe made the change necessary. EFDN Conferences are the largest gatherings Read more
11 Nov
The 14th EFDN Conference concluded in style this afternoon with Club Brugge Foundation winning the More Than Football Award. The day’s activities began with online networking sessions among attendees. This was followed by a live studio session discussing total access to football. Tilburg-based disability football player and Special Olympics Netherlands’ Read more
11 Nov
Club Brugge Foundation won the More than Football Award 2020 powered by Musco Lighting for ‘The Bear and his Scarf’. EFDN members chose the winner during the 14th EFDN ‘#Morethanfootball’ Conference, the largest gathering of CSR-experts in European football. Louis Saha, former professional footballer who played for clubs like Fulham, Read more
5 Nov
The special registration offer for EFDN’s 14th Conference ends today. Clubs, leagues and organisations involved in community and social responsibility within football are welcome to take full advantage before the deal expires at midnight. EFDN offers non-member clubs, leagues and FAs the chance to request one free ticket for the 14th Read more
3 Nov
EFDN is pleased to announce another speaker for the 14th EFDN Conference: Peter Davidson. Mr. Davidson will be speaking about the Montrose Community Trust’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Montrose Community Trust engage with approximately 1400 people each and every week, tackling some of the key inequalities in our society. Read more