The 14th season of the “Mini-football – to school” project was closed with Rosbank support

    11 April

Rosbank supported the 14th season of an all-Russian project “Mini-football – to school” that is organized with Russian Futsal Association. 112 strongest teams of boys and girls from all over the country were fighting for the victory in the finals. They underwent 3 stages of regional sorting before the final tournament in the Moscow Region. Earlier, Rosbank supported the tournaments in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Ufa, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Khabarovsk, Krasnodar and Rostov-on-Don.

Pavel Kolobkov, Minister of Sport of the Russian Federation, was a special guest of the first stage of the finals this year. A bright award ceremony and the closing ceremony took place after the end of the competition. The teams-prize winners and the best players of the tournament got memorable souvenirs by Rosbank.

“Mini-football – to school” is a marvelous project that unites more than a million of schoolchildren all over the country and promotes sport and a healthy lifestyle as well as lets everyone show themselves in sport, teamwork and feel the taste of victory. The younger generation is our future and that is why we pay a special attention to the development of children and youth sport by supporting the project in various cities of Russia from Krasnodar to Khabarovsk for three years. Our participants are the best example to follow and the future of world-class sport. Thank you all for a good game, passion and the motivation to go all the way!” Elena Kozhadey, Director of Communications and Advertising Department.

The support of children and youth sport takes a special place among the programs of corporate social responsibility of Rosbank, being a part of Societe Generale Group. “Mini-football – to school” is a project that gives the opportunity for the children from different regions of the country to do their favourite sport and master skills. So there is no doubt why it occupies a special place among the initiatives we support.

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