Paris Saint-Germain - Les Enfants d’Abord take starring role at École Rouge & Bleu fete

Some 30 children from the École Rouge & Bleu in Paris' XIXth arrondissement and some 250 children and their families from the neighbouring areas enjoyed themselves at the traditional end-of-season fete last Friday.

The children could take part in numerous activities such as the human table football, a coconut shy, make-up stands, and shooting galleries.

As part of Paris' 'Disability Month' and in the presence of a number of sponsors, such as the Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades, a workshop was put in place to raise awareness and aide the integration of disabled children in sport.

"The organisation of this fete is the best possible way to bring to an end a season which has been rich in activities and emotions," said Sabrina Delannoy, Deputy Director of Paris Saint-Germain - Les Enfants d’Abord. "Seeing such smiles on the faces of the children from the École Rouge & Bleu and the neighbouring areas is a great source of satisfaction for us. It only strengthens our motivation to highlight the work all the Enfants d'Abord teams have put in over more than 19 years."