Inklusiver FC SPIELERPASS's Biography
SPIELERPASS: Promoting inclusion of people with disabilities in football through diverse teams and opportunities.

SPIELERPASS is a groundbreaking initiative dedicated to fostering inclusion in football. Founded in Vienna, this pioneering project strives to create an inclusive football environment where individuals with and without disabilities can come together to play. By providing regular training sessions and competitive matches, SPIELERPASS offers an opportunity for players of all abilities to develop their skills, build confidence, and experience the camaraderie of team sports.

With a focus on breaking down barriers, SPIELERPASS aims to challenge societal norms and stereotypes surrounding disability in sports. Through its inclusive approach, the project promotes physical activity and advocates for social inclusion and mutual respect among players from diverse backgrounds. SPIELERPASS drives positive change within the football community by emphasising joint participation and access to opportunities, paving the way for a more inclusive and accepting society.

SPIELERPASS (Player Pass) is not just a football team; it's a symbol of empowerment and unity. By embracing diversity and celebrating each player's unique talents, SPIELERPASS embodies the spirit of inclusivity both on and off the field. Through its partnerships, outreach programs, and commitment to social justice, SPIELERPASS is leading the charge towards a more inclusive future where everyone, regardless of ability, can thrive and succeed in sports.

People

Founder
Urece Sports and Culture for the Blind

Organisation contributions

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Contact Information

Active
Non-profit / NGO

Inklusiver FC SPIELERPASS
Nikolas Karner
Marxergasse 24 / 2
c/o Das Packhaus
1030 Vienna
Austria

+43 664 1450326 [email protected]

Focus Areas

Region
Europe
Country
Austria
Themes
Disability
Sport and refugees
Gender
Health
Youth development
Sustainable Development Goal
3 – Good health and well-being
5 - Gender equality
10 – Reduced inequalities
11 - Sustainable cities and communities
16 - Peace, justice and strong institutions.
17 - Partnership for the goals
Sport
Football (Soccer)
Target group
Adults
Athletes
Children
People with Disabilities
Volunteers
Youth