Football For All 2016: THIS Monday!

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Football For All 2016: THIS Monday!

On Monday 17th October, Football Beyond Borders will host the annual “Football for All” event, highlighting the power of football to promote education and social inclusion. The night will feature an exhibition of stunning analogue photography from around the world by our friends from Goal Click, a live debate run by our FBB schools’ students, new short films showcasing FBB’s talented young people, and a panel discussion hosted by our patron Guillem Balague, the internationally renowned football pundit, with special guests including England footballer Eniola Aluko, BBC & ITV journalist Leon Mann and more TBC!

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FBB Head of Comms Tom Perez is excited that the event will be hosted at Amnesty International’s HQ once again: “This is the 3rd year running where Amnesty International have kindly allowed us to run the showcase in their splendid auditorium and we are hugely grateful to them once more! It’s a big enough space to bring together all the different members of the FBB Family – participants, supporters, partners, funders, staff, volunteers, patrons, special guests from the world of football and football media – you name it! This always makes for a great mix and a brilliant energy in the room, truly breaking down borders and celebrating the power of football to unite us! Don’t miss it!”

The event will be held at Amnesty International’s East London HQ from 7pm until 10pm.

Tickets are just £7 (or £5 concessions – youth / students / unwaged) and can be bought here: https://www.charitycheckout.co.uk/1158046/FFA2016

For further info, please join the Facebook event page, which will be updated with details and announcements about new special guests as they come in.