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.

The Blue and Whites’ player presented the children from this association, which works with young people and adolescents at risk of social or educational exclusion, a ‘Malaguista’ membership card in the name of the Málaga CF Foundation. The young player shared his experiences and sporting values, such as strength, sacrifice and hard work, with over 100 children at the association.

Málaga Club de Fútbol’s Weligton Robson Pena de Oliveira, accompanied by Club adviser, Francisco Martín Aguilar attended the ninth Active Leisure and Accessible Sports Fair, which took place this morning at La Rosaleda Secondary School.

‘Malaguista’ coach Javi Gracia, along with Marcelo Romero, Iñigo Arteaga and Juan Solla from the coaching team, and Club adviser, Francisco Martín Aguilar took part in today’s blood drive organised by the Málaga CF Foundation and the CRTS. More than 200 ‘Malaguistas’ came to the stadium this morning and collected their tickets for the Málaga CF – RCD Espanyol match. The drive continues this afternoon and the first 500 people to give blood will receive a ticket for Saturday’s game.

The Málaga Club de Fútbol Foundation and the Regional Blood Transfusion Centre are uniting again this year for a ‘Malaguista’ blood drive. On Thursday 12th February, the first 500 fans who give blood in the ‘Tribuna’ area at La Rosaleda, will receive a ticket for the match against RCD Espanyol. Come down and give Blue and White blood!

The Málaga CF Foundation, together with La Caixa’s ‘Obra Social’ organised a roundtable discussion between the centres involved in ‘Proyecto Hombre’, at La Rosaleda’s press room. Some 70 members of the educational community got together for the talk, and later watched the match along with over 150 children, young people and their families who are part of the drug prevention program.

The Málaga CF Foundation, in collaboration with the AECC organised a fundraising dinner in La Rosaleda’s VIP area, attended by 50 people. Guests watched tonight’s match with superb views of the pitch whilst having dinner, and also got the chance to step on to the pitch before kick-off and visited the Málaga CF Museum & Tour, in an initiative to raise funds for the fight against cancer.

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