love.fútbol receives award for using sport to make communities more sustainable

The Beyond Sport's “Sport for Sustainable Cities & Communities” Award recognizes projects and organizations that use sport as a way to make a community settlements or cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable; to create, build or improve infrastructure; or to promote inclusive and sustainable development.

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San Gregorio, Mexico: 3rd love.fútbol project in partnership with Manchester City inaugurated

The community of San Gregorio, in Xochimilco, hand in hand with love.fútbol and Manchester City inaugurate a new sports facility.

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A former factory has been transformed into a public park and sports facility in Mexico

The community of Nanchital (Veracruz, Mexico) celebrated the inauguration of the Ex-Factoria project. This love.fútbol project was possible in partnership with Braskem Idesa and the local organization Chico Balderas Foundation.

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Beyond Sport Award 2019 shortlist

The award recognizes organizations and projects that use sports to positively impact communities around the world and to move us all further towards achieving the UN Global Goals by 2030.

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The Big Sandbox, love.fútbol, Pincus Family Foundation & Street Soccer USA commit to enhance multi-purpose sports space as part of the Dr. Tanner G. Duckrey Schoolyard Redevelopment

Initiative part of multi-million-dollar effort, to enhance ten elementary schoolyards in Senator Sharif Street’s district and drive impact through youth development 

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Xico (Mexico) inaugurates first love.fútbol project in partnership with The Pincus Family Foundation

The community of Xico (Mexico) celebrates opening of ‘Parque Sur 23’. Following two projects in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the U.S. later this year, love.fútbol and the Pincus Family Foundation will also be building two safe spaces in the Dominican Republic in 2020.

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In Brazil, a sports space at the beach

A project by the international social organization love.fútbol has reclaimed a community football pitch and three additional public spaces thanks to fundraising campaigns promoted by organizations from the United States and Japan. 

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Pincus Family Foundation provides $1,135,000 grant to love.fútbol in partnership to build safe sports spaces for vulnerable communities in the United States, Mexico and the Dominican Republic

Investment allows award-winning nonprofit to bring its successful community engagement methodology to the United States for the first time

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Manchester City and love.fútbol offer training for young people in Mexico

Two coaches from Manchester City's foundation City in the Community deliver one-week educational training on sports and leadership for 60 young leaders in Valle de Chalco and Gustavo Madero as part of Fútbol Matters initiative.

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Cocktail fundraiser to support love.fútbol

Sports fans, soccer lovers, and community members are invited to attend the Cocktail Fundraiser being held at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, DC, on Wednesday, November 8th from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.

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love.fútbol and Manchester City inaugurate football pitch in Mexico City

More than 120 community volunteers have come together to renovate the Deportivo El Coyolito, which today sports a fresh coat of paint, solar energy lighting, and covered stands for spectators.

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Beyond Sport Shortlist

love.fútbol is one of the four finalists in the Sport for Sustainable Cities & Communities category of the Beyond Sport Awards 2017. 

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khoi phan
New Life to Rio Courts.

Collective effort gives new life to a sport court in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

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Larissa Brainer
Project in Egypt

The recreational field was built in the community of Talat in Fayoum, Egypt, and will benefit approximately 1,200 children and youth in the area.

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