18th EFDN Conference in Budapest

18th EFDN Conference in Budapest

The European Football for Development Network (EFDN) will host its 18th EFDN Conference from the 14th until the 16th of November 2022 in Budapest, Hungary. The topic of this EFDN Conference will be “Sustainability and Human Rights”, which will take place at the Groupama Arena, the stadium of EFDN Member Ferenvárosi TC.

This event will be the next European gathering for our Community and Social Responsibility (CSR) network after the successful 17th EFDN Conference that took place in Liverpool in May 2022, hosted by EFDN Members Everton FC and Liverpool FC in the legendary venues of Goodison Park and Anfield.

EFDN Conferences bring a unique opportunity for CSR experts and newcomers into the CSR world to learn from each other and share their insights about topics such as fundraising in CSR, environmental sustainability, anti-discrimination, social inclusion, online safeguarding, physical activity in younger and older population, or STEM education, among others. The format of the conference includes panels, breakout sessions, study visits and roundtables, and offers multiple chances to network and connect with other EFDN members and experts in the CSR in football.

The content of the 18th EFDN Conference will be announced soon. In the meantime, EFDN can already share that there will be two days of events for EFDN Members and non-members who buy their tickets, followed by evening events on Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th of November. There will also be a dedicated day for EFDN Leagues and FAs.


Soon we will open the registration form, which you will find in our EFDN Conference website.


Clubs, leagues and FAs and their community organisations from all across Europe.


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