To increase the number of quality clubs per region

  • Deadline June 2016
  • Indicator Number of clubs above new club quality benchmark

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FC Horion and Verbroedering Beersel Drogenbos win the very first +Awards Project of the Year

Two clubs have won the +Award Project of the Year for the social actions they have undertaken this season: Verbroedering Beersel Drogenbos (VFV) and FC Horion (ACFF)

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VFV: update TVJO-workshops, club visits and Formafoots

During season 2014/2015, the VFV has held many activities in collaboration with the clubs. Here is a short update on what has been accomplished during this period:

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VFV: Action plan

The third and fourth pillars of the action plan for heart failure of the VFV includes reanimation training and adequate insurance.

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VFV: Action plan

The second pillar of the action plan for heart failuresof the VFV suggests a common purchase of defibrillators.

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VFV: Action plan

The VFV presented an action plan for heart failures. This action plan is based on four principles:
  • Medical examinations
  • Defibrillators
  • Cardiac massage and reanimation
  • Insurance
Click here for more information (link in Dutch)

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VFV: Sports technical visits of clubs and demotrainings

The VFV gladly helps the clubs who want to progress and organises free sports technical visits of the clubs as well as demotrainings.

Click here for more information (link in Dutch)

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ACFF: Training basic life support and AED's

During March 2014, 4 training sessions in basic life support and AED (defibrillators) were given throughout Walloon provinces (Hainaut, Liège, Luxembourg and Namur).
Nearly a hundred clubs participated in these sessions organized by the Department of Professional Training ACFF. The objective of this recycling is to train coaches to provide first aid and to be able to intervene in case of an incident.

Update 18/03/2014

Achieved

There are 50 socially active clubs so far from D2 to P4.

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Patro Eisden: 50th +club of the Football+ Foundation

Patro Eisden Maasmechelen is now the 50th football club to have its own +logo. This +logo allows the club to show a recognisable identity for all its communication around social activities. By this, Patro Eisden Maasmechelen is also answering the call of the Football+ Foundation who encourages clubs to go beyond the borders of football fields.

Click here (French) or here (Dutch) for more information.

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VFV: 5th workshop - reform of youth competitions

The technical managers for young players (TMYP) play an essential role in the training of youngsters within the clubs. More than 300 TMYP took part in the fifth TMYP workshop. It was the opportunity for them to talk with their provincial coordinators about the content of the reform of youth competitions.

Click here for more info (link in Dutch)

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Annual Report 2013

On the occasion of its first complete year of work, the Football + Foundation has succeeded in giving an identity to the many social initiatives organised by the football clubs in Belgium: the "+" stands now for football and society.
 
By examining this annual report, it is clear that the Football+Foundation has laid a solid work base in 2013. Here are the main topcis of 2014 plan: pluriannual political plans in 16 Pro League clubs, the expansion of a customised social club support for lower divisions clubs, development of the "+ awards" and adding a social dimension to the World Cup in Brazil.
 
Click here to see the full report (French version)
Click here to the the full report (Dutch version)

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33 socially active clubs

The increase in the number of socially active clubs in the lower leagues in 2013 was one of the priorities of the Football+ Foundation. We are pleased to observe that 33 clubs from D2 to P4 have followed the movement. Last year, they all joined the "+" state of mind and have been active as socially engaged football clubs. The search for blood donors, road safety actions, language lessons for young foreign players, etc are only a few examples of the interesting initiatives that have been taken by the 33 + clubs last year.

Update 21/02/2014

Achieved

There are 33 socially active clubs so far from D2 to P4.

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Handover for action on road safety between SK Berlare and Tempo Overijse

During the match Tempo Overijse - SK Berlare, Berlare passed the torch of the action around road safety to Overijse. This action has been very successful in previous years in Berlare, thanks to e.g. the investment of football clubs SK Berlare and SKV Overmere. Forza Tempo, the community cell of Tempo Overijse, takes over the action and this was officially celebrated.

Football clubs who share succesful social actions: a + for football and society!

Click here for more information (link in Dutch)

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Evening classes : “Taxation tips for the football clubs”

The Flemish Football Federation (VFV) organised two evenings of training around taxation in December. Different topics were addressed: social legislation, the VAT liability and tax obligations for the clubs, legislation for club volunteers, etc.

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