Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Social Responsibility Committee, which met on Monday under the chairmanship of Jordan’s HRH Prince Ali bin Al Hussein, reviewed a report presented by streetfootballworld on a 10-year strategy for AFC Social Responsibility activities.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Social Responsibility Committee met on Monday here at AFC House with Jordan’s HRH Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein in the chair and discussed at length the future initiatives and programmes for the benefit of communities across Asia.
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Dream Asia Cerebral Palsy Tournament Abu Dhabi 2012 which occurred on April 1-7 will forever be in the annals of history as the first disabled football competition organised by the AFC.
Kuala Lumpur: Football is not only about trying one’s best to lead in a championship but also leading oneself and others well in life and in any worthwhile endeavour.
Kuala Lumpur: AFC is hoping that its groundbreaking Midnight Football youth development programme will be implemented by it member associations as part of their social responsibility programmes.
Kuala Lumpur: The second edition of the groundbreaking AFC Midnight Football programme officially closed on Sunday with the young participants having learned not only to be better in football but also to be better citizens in their community.
Beijing: The An Hua Beijing and Xhianghe Special Education Schools are impressed with the amount of care football bodies have for people with disability and have promised to promote the beautiful game of football in their activities.