Football 4 Peace International

Using sport to promote peaceful coexistence

Group shot of the children on the football peace.

Football 4 Peace International Festival

Over 100 children from secondary schools around Sussex took part in the annual Football 4 Peace festival which was the culmination and finale of a week’s long training camp for potential recruits to the programme. The University of Brighton’s Football 4 Peace (F4P) programme, which has operated in Israel, Palestine, Northern and Republic of Ireland,…

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Puplis on the balance bar in the gym

Football 4 Peace Team Building day for Year 7 Pupils

Pupils from the High Weald Academy in Kent were introduced to the University of Brighton’s pioneering and ground-breaking Football for Peace (F4P) programme as part of a year 7 team building day. Football 4 Peace coaches worked with 60 year seven pupils and applied the F4P methodology through a series of physical activities aimed to…

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Primary School Sports Festival

350 Eastbourne primary school pupils came to The School of Sport and Service Management to participate in a sports festival organised by Football 4 Peace International. The focus of the day’s activities was to develop an awareness of team work and personal responsibility. The children took part in a in a series of related activities…

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‘Aspire to Inspire’ at Passmores Academy

On 18th May 2017 F4P delivered a day of F4p activities to Passmores Academy in Harlow, Essex. As part of the school’s ‘Aspire to Inspire’ day, 13 F4P coaches led a day of activities with messages of trust, respect and teamwork to 207 Year 8 pupils!

Bournemouth University joins forces with F4P to tackle Homophobia in Football

In line with the Football v Homophobia Month of Action February 2017, Bournemouth University teamed up with F4P to deliver a two part event drawing together students, football participants, community groups and experts all concerned with promoting safe and socially inclusive spaces to engage effectively with young people. On the 21st February Football 4 Peace…

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Andy joins Nigel Owens to speak out against Homophobia

One of F4P’s most famous F4P coaches – Andy Waterworth joined forces with international Rugby referee Nigel Owens in speaking out against homophobia in sport on Good Morning Ulster.  With Stonewall finding that 72 % of fans have heard homophobia abuse at matches and 1 in 5 18-24 year olds saying they would be embarrassed…

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2016 International Training Camp @ University of Brighton

F4P International are running their annual International Training Camp in Eastbourne and Falmer in the UK, from Saturday 17 to Tuesday 20th September 2016. With 60 participants from 13 different countries, the camp is truly international in nature.  The focus is on developing a philosophy of values and life skills based coaching and creating an…

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2016 Chelsea Children’s Camp

Chelsea Children’s Camp is one of the oldest community projects at the University of Brighton, working with disadvantaged children to offer a chance to spend some quality time with their peers, positive role models and university staff and have fun through different exercises and activities.

2016 Summer Challenge Camp

F4P organised another Challenge camp for primary school children from the local area. The camp took place between 22 and 26 August 2016 with 57 children and was funded by the University of Brighton’s Widening Participation scheme.

F4P International Training Camp 2016 – Applications Open!

Football 4 Peace are opening up the annual International Training Camp to individuals and organisations working in sport coaching, physical education and youth work and wish to develop co-existence programmes. The Training Camp will take place between 17 and 21 September at the University of Brighton Eastbourne and Falmer campuses. Please find the F4P ICE Application…

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