Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies visits the FRF as part of the Erasmus+ GOALS project!

The Romanian Football Federation (FRF) welcomed the SUM Laboratory (Sustainability Management) of Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies at its headquarters in Bucharest as part of the Erasmus+ GOALS project. Tiberio Daddi, coordinator of the research group on sport and sustainability of Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, flew to Bucharest to conduct a sustainability workshop for football clubs. During the event,…

Water refill stations introduced in S.C. Braga’s premises in the framework of the GOALS project helped reduce the consumption of water bottles

The Erasmus+ GOALS project has almost reached its conclusion, and another accomplishment was marked by the recent introduction of drinking water refill stations in the youth center of SC Braga (Sporting Clube de Braga), the Portuguese sports club from the city of Braga best known for the professional football team playing in the Premier League. This achievement was possible thanks to the…

5th Steering Committee of the Erasmus+ GOALS project in STVV’s Stayen stadium

NEWSUPDATE: 5th Steering Committee of the Erasmus+ Goals Project in Sint-Truiden, Belgium.   The 5th Steering Committee meeting was hosted by the European Stadium and Safety Management Association (ESSMA) in Sin-Truiden, Belgium. “Stayen” home of the local first division team STVV formed the background to this 5th meeting.   The main goals of the 5th official Steering Committee of the Erasmus+…

4th Steering Committee of the Erasmus+ GOALS project in Marseille’s Stade Orange Vélodrome

NEWSUPDATE: 4th Steering Committee of the Erasmus+ Goals Project in Marseille   The 4th Steering Committee meeting of the Erasmus+ GOALS project was hosted by the European Stadium and Safety Management Association (ESSMA) in Olympique de Marseille’s Orange Vélodrome stadium.   The main goals of this 4th steering committee were to further plan and execute the project with the involvement of all…

Kosovo national football team promote environmental sustainability through reusable cups

The Kosovo national football team plays its home matches in the “Fadil Vokrri Stadium” previously known as Prishtina City Stadium, which is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Prishtina. Within the stadium there are two areas, i.e., the VIP and VERY VIP sections which host around 300 people per match of the national team.…

Portoguese Football Federation boost reusable cups among its members

GD Ilha is a small club which works mainly with grassroots and women football. Before joining Portoguese Football Federation (FPF) in the Erasmus GOALS project they us ed to spend around 200 plastic glasses per week, what makes a sum of around 7500/8000 in a season. Some months ago, they discarded the use of plastic bottles bought in the supermarket…

Environmental training with the volunteers of FRF

The Romanian Football Federation organised a training to promote environmental awareness among volunteers as part of GOALS Project, on 14 June 2022, after Romania’s Nations League football match against Montenegro. About 40 volunteers attended. The facilitators on behalf of FRF were Radu Vișan and Florin Șari (both GOALS Project team members). The main topics of the training were: A short…

Romanian Football Federation adopted new Sustainability Strategy

The executive committee of the Romanian Football Federation (FRF) adopted on 22 September 2022 the sustainability strategy for 2022 – 2030, entitled “Stronger Together”. In preparation for the strategy, the FRF also adopted the environmental and human rights commitment in August 2022. The strategy is divided into two areas of action: human rights and environmental protection, and the actions are…

First evaluation of FRF in the perspective of ISO14001

  The Romanian Football Federation organised the first environmental audit meeting under the GOALS project on 23 August 2022. Participants in the meeting were Professor Tiberio Daddi from the Sant Anna School of Advanced Studies, Florin Șari and Romulus Moise from the Romanian Football Federation. The aim of the audit was to identify areas of interest and assess the FRF’s…

The Portuguese Football Federation (FPF) has started the ISO 14001 standard certification process in the framework of the Erasmus+ GOALS project.

The Portuguese Football Federation has already taken important and innovative steps to make the Cidade do Futebol more environmentally sustainable. For example, it has introduced solar panels for the production of hot sanitary water, it is progressively replacing the lighting system with LED lamps, it is promoting waste recycling and food donation, it is gradually switching to electrical appliances and…

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