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Belgian and Dutch professional clubs study joint communitywerking

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Communitywerkers of all the Belgian professional clubs and Premier league teams Thursday come together in Eindhoven for a netwerkmoment, which best practices to communitybeleid and social strategies to be exchanged. “Our leagues are in Europe are closest to each other, and also our clubs show a lot of common ground”, sounds Wednesday at the Pro League.

In the Philips Stadium of PSV will include representatives from Belgian and Dutch clubs, round tables hold around CSR strategies. There will also be presentations to be given to the social projects that are in the Pro League or Eredivisie ongoing or yet to be worked out.

So will the Pro League, for example, a presentation about the cooperation with the Belgian Homeless Cup (BHC), a project at home and homeless people through football, to integrate in the society. Fc Willem II then sets forth “Football Memories”. That is a therapeutic project around voetbalherinneringen for Alzheimer and their environment.

The clubvertegenwoordigers will also discuss how the ties between friends supportersclans can strengthen. So they will see how they are even positive attention can generate for a Dutch-Belgian friendship. “Often, there is thereabouts a negative connotation, because they are associated with supportersgeweld”, sounds. For example, there were last week in the Limburg derby on Stayen still supporters of MVV Maastricht that the fur made.

“The Pro League and the Premier league are the leagues in Europe that are closest to each other. Also our clubs show many similarities. It seemed to us, therefore, a good thing to each other also adjacent to the site to get to know better”, explains Pro League spokesman Stijn Van Bever the joint initiative. “This is an ideal opportunity for our clubs to network with the Dutch colleagues and to exchange best practices.” .

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