‘UN GOL PER RIPARTIRE’ PROJECT TAKES PLACE IN SAN SEVERINO MARCHE

Football and education: The project put on by FC Internazionale Milano, Suning Sports and CSI aims at helping areas affected by earthquakes

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S. SEVERINO MARCHE - After making its debut a year ago, the ‘Un Gol per Ripartire’ project has now taken place once again in Marche. The aim of the campaign is to contribute to the social and sporting relief effort in the areas affected by recent earthquakes. FC Internazionale Milano, Suning Sports and CSI have continued to provide support and solidarity for those in need, with sport playing a key part in promoting the social rebirth of the Marche region.

In previous months, there have been a number of beneficial initiatives that have took place, including the Nerazzurri ‘Fun Bus’, which was a touring van that provided activities and animations for areas which cannot currently accommodate regular sport. This was in addition to the organisation of an Inter Camp aimed at children aged six to 14 and also the great day in Tolentino last Autumn. Now, in San Severino Marche, another ‘Gol per ripartire’ has been launched by the trio of FC Internazionale Milano, Suning Sports and CSI. In promoting the campaign together, today was built around education, taking place over three sessions and including 250 children and around 50 coaches. The first part was dedicated to the kids, tutors from local schools and coaches from sporting clubs, being held at the ‘P. Tacchi Venturi’ istituto Comprensivo.

For pupils from the second and third year at secondary school, there was an informative lesson focused on ‘education and football’. There was then more football in the afternoon, with the second part taking place at the Stadio Comunale ‘G. Soverchia’ for kids from the local team’s Under-12s and Under-14 (SS Settempeda e CSI San Severino). Finally, there was a tactics session on the ‘Working methods of Inter Academy and Inter Campus’ at the Sala Comunale ‘Aleandri’, aimed at the directors and coaches of the local teams.
At the forefront were National President of the CSI, workers from Csi Macerata and the Nerazzurri delegation made up of Head of the Nerazzurri’s Social Sector, Alberto Bassani and also two teachers, Matteo Traina (Inter Academy) and Juri Monzani (Inter Campus).

A "Gol per ripartire" is not finished yet in Le Marche, with plans already in place to push the campaign forward. This includes the launch of a multi-sports centre in Tolentino, which will encourage both competitive and recreational activity. There are also two other events in Le Marche already scheduled in the Nerazzurri’s 2018 calendar. The first will be on 19th March in Sarnano and on 20th April once again in Tolentino.


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