Fair Trade In Football Campaign
Kicks is a brilliant Stoke City Community Trust Programme who have recently joined forces with the Fair Trade In Football Campaign.
Kick’s Participation Manager, Ben Gibson is keen to use FAIRTRADE stitched footballs in Kick’s community tournaments. This has been approved by Stoke City’s Marketing Team.
· The first time Fairtrade stitched footballs were used by Stoke City Community Trust was at the Kick’s 5 -A -Side, Under 18’s World Cup; where 32 teams played the Group Stages, Knockouts, Semi Finals and Final in a tournament similar to the FIFA 2014 World Cup.
Hear about how Fairtrade Footballs were used during the Kicks World Cup on this Radio Stoke Interview:
Here is the official Stoke City Community Trust Video...
Look Out For The
FAIRTRADE stitched Footballs!
The Kicks World Cup was organised by:
Stoke City Community Trust and run in partnership with Port Vale’s, Vale Park Community Initiative, Engage Communities and the Prince’s Charities. It was supported by Staffordshire Police, Staffordshire FA and a number of local businesses.
Here is another video about the Kicks Project....