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Málaga’s first team players visited 10,000 boys and girls in Málaga schools as part of the ‘Blue and Whites’ Values’ campaign, where they conveyed the positive values of football such as fair play, tolerance, respect and the importance of healthy living and a balanced diet. The campaign is run by the Málaga Club de Fútbol Foundation and ‘la Caixa’ Welfare Project to educate through sport.

The Málaga Club de Fútbol Foundation took part in the ‘United by goals’ project at the end of this season, a socio-educational project run by the Evaristo Martín Nieto Centre for Social Integration, aiming to integrate members of the prisoner population into society through sport. Those taking part in this initiative have experienced first-hand the daily routine of a football team, and talked about their experiences with Blue and Whites’ player, Fernando Tissone.

The Málaga CF School’s 2014/15 season came to an end with a special training session at La Rosaleda stadium. Blue and Whites’ goalkeeper, Carlos Kameni, whose son was a pupil at the school, stepped on to the pitch along with over a hundred students who enjoyed an unforgettable day. The Blue and Whites’ School returns in September!

The Blue and Whites’ players have taken part in the ‘Change the Present’ campaign, with a video showing their support for improving the lives of Hindu children, women and families by placing a Bindi on their foreheads. Weligton, Samuel, Sergi Darder, Ochoa, Castillejo, Tissone, Kameni, Torres, Camacho, Rosales, Angeleri and Juanpi have the same power you also have. Show your support at www.cambiaelpresente.org

The Málaga CF Foundation and La Caixa Welfare Project continue to take the positive values from the world of football to Málaga schools, and this time it was Tissone’s turn, as he visited Paulo Freire School as part of the Blue and Whites’ values campaign.

Málaga CF goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa highlighted the importance of education, healthy eating and positive values of football to the 300 children of Tartessos School, within the ‘Blue and Whites’ Values’ campaign organised by the Club’s Foundation and La Caixa Social Project, whose objective is to educate some 10,000 children all over the province.

The Málaga CF Foundation and La Caixa Welfare Project are taking the ‘Blue and Whites’ Values’ campaign to 10,000 children throughout the province. The campaign got underway today at Blas Infante School with more than 300 children, with first team player, Ignacio Camacho; La Academia coach, Mario Rueda; and CaixaBank Business Director in Málaga, Cristóbal Jiménez in attendance.

Nordin Amrabat, Málaga CF’s Moroccan-born player, and Club adviser, Abdullah Ben Barek visited a group of young people from Morocco struggling to build a future in Málaga. The two representatives from the Club enjoyed the day, sharing experiences and a friendly chat with the group, mixing Spanish, Arabic and Riffian languages in total harmony.
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