CLOSED PROJECTS

Team Up for NEETs! – Innovation in Youth Employability
2015.10.01. – 2017.09.30.
In the framework of our project Team Up for NEETs! we had an overview with our partners on the jobseeking tecniques that can be linked with sport in order to help the integration of our disadvantaged youth in the labour market. During the project we took part in 6 meetings and we also hosted our partner who could get to know our football trainings, jobseeking services and our colleagues.
The exchange of experience and common thinking will result in a handbook for youth supporters, which we will present in the autumn of 2017.
The project is funded by Erasmus+.
Our partners:
• streetfootballworld, Germany
• Sport dans la Ville, France
• Rheinflanke, Germany
• Albion in the Community, England
• Sport4Life, England
• Sport Against Racism Ireland, Ireland
• CAIS, Portugal
• Red Deporte y Cooperación, Spain

Football3 for Respect!
2017.01.01. – 2018.12.31.
The aim of the project is to further develop the so-called football3 method of streetfootballworld and to apply it in football training as well as to create training material for the training of trainers. The project started with the Budapest meeting in spring. After the 2-day-long workshop we held a Fair Play Football Roadshow championship in the town of Gödöllő where we – as always – played just with football3 rules. The second meeting took place in Dublin and was connected to the monumental football championship held on the occasion of Refugees’ World Day. In the autumn of 2017. our team can travel to the football3 festival in Cologne.
The project is funded by Erasmus+.

Our partners:
• streetfootballworld, Germany
• Rheinflanke, Germany
• INEX-SDA – Football for Development, Czech Republic
• MSIS, Poland
• FARE network
• Sport dans la Ville, France
• Red Deporte y Cooperación, Spain
• Balon Mundial, Italy
• CAIS, Portugal
• Albion in the Community, England
• Sport4Life, England
• Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Bulgaria
• Sport Against Racism Ireland, Ireland

Welcome to the pitch!
2017.01.01. – 2018.12.31.
In our project supported by the European Commission we are providing (football) playing opportunities for more than one time a week for adult refugees living in Hungary.Our players mainly live in Budapest and its outskirts. Our top priority is that our refugee participants make as many contacts in our country as possible, which we try to assist with the open trainings and our Fair Play Footbball Roadshow championships. Besides, we support the integration of participants with individual social work and jobseeking services.

iPass – International Partners Sharing Skills
2016.01.01. – 2018.12.31.
This project of ours is coordinated by Homeless World Cup with the participation of 21 partner organisations. Partners are sharing their experience and developing the skills of homeless players through workshops and in an European streetfootball festival held once a year.
The project is funded by Erasmus+.

UEFA Foundation for Children
2016.06.15. – 2017.06.14.
It was with the support of the UEFA Foundation for Children Refugee Support Programme that we, in June 2016, launched our 12-month-long football program in a home for unattended refugee children. Apart from our weekly open and closed trainings our refugee players participated in our Fair Play Football Roadshow championships and other domestic and international events of ours in great numbers. Participants were supported by our social workers in their educational, housing, jobseeking, immigration and other problems.

IRIS – Innovative Learning Resources to Foster Equal Participation in Grassroots Sports, Dealing with Discrimination, Racism and Violence Incidents
2015.01.01. – 2016.12.31.
Our IRIS project closed in December 2016. In this project partners were developing innovative learning tools that help the prevention of violence and discrimination occurring in grassroots and school sports primarily through the training of P.E. teachers and coaches. The main outcome of the project is publicly accessible online training platform in 6 languages which is available at iris-sport.eu/hu/. The training material helps teachers and coaches in the prevention, timely identification and tackling of discrimination, racism and violence.
Besides, we collected good practices, which can be used in P.E. classes and trainings and a sensitizing comic-book and game was also developed for children.
The cartoon spot, which was made on the commission of our association, can be viewed here:
The closing conference and last partner meeting of the project was organised by our association at John Wesley Theological College in Budapest.
The project was funded by Erasmus+.

Our partners:
• Regional Center of Vocational Training and Lifelong Learning, Greece
• Hellenic Open University, Greece
• Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Bulgaria
• University of Jyväskylä, Finland
• University of Santiago De Compostela , Spain

European Street Soccer Coach
2013.08. – 2015.08.
The project resulted in a special methodology handbook which helps professionals in developing excluded social groups (homeless people, refugees, ethnic minorities, youth in state care, addicts and people struggling with mental health problems) with the help of streetfootball.
The handbook can be downloaded from here:
The project was implemented with the financial support of the Grundtvig program.