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UEFA allocates €22m for social responsibility projects in new HatTrick investment cycle

UEFA allocates €22m for social responsibility projects in new HatTrick investment cycle

All 55 member associations to receive €100,000 per year to promote sustainable development and address economic, social and environmental issues.

All 55 of UEFA’s member associations will receive €100,000 annually over the next four years to promote sustainable development and manage their economic, social and environmental impacts.

The Football and Social Responsibility fund is part of a wider package of payments the European football governing body will make to its members as part of its HatTrick Programme, which was devised to channel funds generated by European Championships to football development projects.

Following next year’s Championship – which will be hosted in 12 different cities to celebrate its 60th anniversary – UEFA will set aside €775.5m for the 2020-2024 cycle, with €22m allocated for social responsibility projects.

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Thursday, August 8, 2019 - 15:09