At the same time as the campaigns carried out in recent months, on the weekend of 22/23 December, BRISWA will be present on all the fields of the Serie A TIM to promote its initiatives and make known to fans and professionals their goals in the fight against racism in the world of football.

Before the teams enter the field in the midfield will be exposed the thematic banners while on the big screens will be a short video, made thanks to the contribution of some players of the highest category, to say "no" to any form of discrimination.

An initiative that fully falls within the project and that was made possible above all thanks to the availability of the Serie A TIM and the availability of the clubs, to which we offer our sincere thanks.

To promote a common sense of affiliation and sharing, according to the international project Briswa, the Ball Rolls In the Same Way for All. This is the first step to avoid racism.

The ball rolls for everybody equally. This initiative has been introduced on Wednesday at Monte Compatri (Rome), where it is the Academy football club: the team and other six partners, the support of the European Commission thanks to the program Erasmus+sport want to share a simple message: set racism offside.

"There are no differences on the field. From our sport center we look beyond. We have a purpose: not to build walls but to demolish them", Marco De Carolis, mayor of Monte Compatri, affirmed during his intervention.

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UTE Cup 2017

Aim of the BRISWA project is to re-examine racism and discrimination in sport, define it in a more concise way and promote a more thorough and active approach against it. The idea was the dissimination of it on the UTE Cup last weekwend in Budapest. There were more than 100 team, and more than 1500 people, from several countries, for example Serbia, Ukraine, Romania, Palestine, and of course a lot of team from several settlements in Hungary. There were eight category, from U7 to U15.

On the weekend, the children were playing with other players from different countries, and culture. We made interviews, where the children could say how they feel, about the cup, when they played against foreign children. Most people said, the football is not a place for racism, it’s a possibility for to build friendships and acquaintance. Here is some pictures, than you can see how many people were in UTE Cup, who saw our banner with the slogan: the Ball Rolls In the Same Way for All.

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