Football Days: A game for everyone

From the 24th to the 27th of September, the SNFCC transforms into a playing field to host a series of activities centred on one of the most popular sports: football. Visitors of all ages take part in training sessions and matches, learn tricks and techniques, join experiential games that promote the values of effort, respect and collaboration, and enjoy film projections at the Great Lawn: The Damned United (2009), Escape to Victory (1981) and Looking for Eric (2009). Three movies starring football legends, with Pelé and Eric Cantona among them, as well as Hollywood stars, such as Sir Michael Caine. Finally, through an open discussion on the topic “Sports: Children & Football”, participants will gain insight into the significance of football in child development.



FutbolNet is a sports program that uses the athletic values as a means for social inclusion, the personal development of the participants and the forwarding of a sustainable model of living through the adoption of a healthy lifestyle. The participants develop social and consequently athletic skills with physical exercise through experiential games that promote the values of humility, effort, ambition, respect and teamwork.


Saturday 26/09
Sunday 27/09
17.00-18.00 & 18.00-19.00


For children aged 6-13
Up to 8 participants per slot

17.00-18.00: ages 6-9
18.00-19.00: ages 10-13

Free admission by online pre-registration (the activity is conducted in Greek)

Preregistration starts on Friday 18/09 at 12.00 for the activities held between 21/09 – 27/09


Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.


The program is implemented by Earth Organisation in collaboration with the Barca Foundation and the financial support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.


See also

Saturday 26/09, 12:00

Football Days: Skill exercises with a ball


Thursday 24/09, 17:00

Football Days: Discussion | Sports: Child and Football


Saturday 26/09, 19:30

Football Days: Football For All