Football Education For Life Foundation

Football Education For Life Foundation

“Sport has the capacity to bring everybody together, regardless of tribe, race or religion. It forces everybody to learn together and to learn about accepting the rules. It is education for life!”

– Kofi Annan
(Former UN Secretary-General)


Football Education for Life sets children in motion

Everywhere where football is played, children from all levels of society
come together. Children connect with each other through their love for the
game. They learn to play a game that connects them to millions of children
around the world. It becomes a second home, where they come together and
grow and develop.

Through this connecting power, football can make a difference and contribute
to a healthier and more sustainable society that can better cope with
unexpected setbacks.
This puts football in a unique position to reach and connect with
marginalized groups. It is a powerful weapon against the effects of societal
problems such as an unhealthy lifestyle, social exclusion and joblessness.
It offers opportunities for understanding, friendship, development and

Football gives children a boost toward a healthy lifestyle and motivates
children to be the best they can be.

Our goal

The Football Education for Life Foundation helps organizations to develop their recreational programs in which the connective power of football can contribute to building a stronger society: a society where children, no matter their gender, race, sexual orientation, national origin or religion, receive equal opportunities to discover and develop their talents and a healthy way of life. 

This happens through challenging children, stimulating
and inspiring them in a way that is unpressured, with fun as the primary goal.


 We are a group of football trainers who, in the last 15 years, have developed and carried out football programs for a variety of organizations in more than 20 countries. Many of these places suffer from poverty, drug abuse and gender discrimination. Often football is not available to children, because of a lack of funds, equipment or space.


December 10, 2020