16 October 2018
Juventus is against any form of social and territorial discrimination, racism, xenophobia and violence. The one against discrimination is a commitment that sees Juventus amongst the forerunners that also look to involve local communities.
Following the closure of the Curva Sud decided by the Giudice Sportivo for Saturday's match against Genoa (18:00 CEST), the Allianz Stadium will instead host the children belonging to the amateur clubs of Piedmont and Valle d'Aosta, born between 2004 and 2011.
The initiative, which was well received from the FIGC is called “Gioca con me… tifa con me”, that falls within the Juventus programmes against racism, alongside the projects: "Colour? What Colour? created with UNESCO, "A kick to racism" and "Gioca con me", developed in collaboration with the UNESCO centre of Turin. Their objectives are to rediscover the passion for sport and to create a sporting spirit that is also used as an example for future generations.
During the day, as well as cheering together for the Bianconeri, the children will also be involved in educational activities, with the help of animators and instructors who will coordinate with them.