In the same month, we worked together with Belgian side KAS Eupen in another four-year partnership in legacy, education, CSR and a special focus on bringing refugee communities in Eupen our Generation Amazing football for development programme. This got off to a fantastic start as Team Integration sessions at KAS Eupen grounds saw a good turnout from local refugees who, despite some of them not having mobile phones, turned up after hearing word about the sessions.
Meanwhile in Sheffield, the original home ground of football, we started a Train the Trainer programme to provide a development pathway for youth from under-privileged and refugee communities in Sheffield and Leeds. The sessions taught coaches and refugee participants how to relay the Generation Amazing football for development programme to their own communities.
Our most recent endeavor has been adding Lusail FC to our list of partners. In 2022, we signed an agreement that enables us to provide football for development training sessions, in our home of Qatar, to the surrounding communities.