Disabled football training returns!

After a long hiatus due to the global pandemic, the Paris Saint-Germain Foundation has restarted training for it's disabled football program which features a number of new players!

Training takes place each Wednesday morning at Clamart and brings together ten young players from different Edical Educational Institutes (IME), and partners of the Foundation.

This season, a new IME, the Léonce Malécot IME from Saint Cloud, has joined the program a intégré le projet et rejoint les IME de Neuilly et de Breuil, partenaires depuis la création de notre pôle handicap en 2018.

Sandrine, Paris Saint-Germain Foundation educator, spoke about the joy of coaching these youths between 15 and 20 years of age, and the arrival of the Léonce Malécot IME: "Over the last two seasons, we have been working with the cities of Clamart and Neuilly, and now Saint-Cloud are joining us. Each year the project is getting bigger and bigger and we are delighted with its success. The idea is to help the kids fulfil themselves through sport, offer themselves something different from their daily routine, meet new people and have fun."

Since 2018, the Foundation has been helping disabled people through sport. More than 600 youths have benefited from programs of the Paris Saint-Germain Foundation.