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Special Adventure Camp participants meet the students of the Liechtenstein Gymnasium.

On Tuesday, September 19, our Special Adventure Camp participants were guests at the Liechtenstein Gymnasium.



The first item on the agenda was an inclusion workshop for the 200 female high school students. The aim was to make the students aware of the everyday challenges of people with disabilities and to sensitize the young people to the issue of equal participation in society. The coaches of the participating teams - SCR Altach, Benfica Foundation, FC Bruschgol, I Camaleonti Lugano, FC Chelsea Foundation, 1. FC Köln, Paris Saint-Germain Foundation, FC Sargans, VfB Stuttgart and FC Winterthur - spoke about their experiences and showed that football can help to overcome barriers in our society.


Following the workshop, the students played an inclusion tournament with the impaired players in mixed teams. The shared experience on the pitch quickly overcame fears of contact and the focus was once again on fun and games.


A painting studio rounded off the day's program and provided an artistic diversion. The young footballers were able to give free rein to their creativity. Their works of art will be auctioned off on Friday at the Lindenplatz in Schaan as part of the Football Festival of Inclusion. We invite everyone to join the auction on Friday and cheer on our teams at the Inclusive Walking Football Tournament starting at 18:00.


We would like to thank the Liechtenstein Gymnasium for their hospitality and the students for their active participation.


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