It is already next Saturday, September 9, 2017, starting at 10h00, at Quinta do Cabrinha, in Alcântara.
Outros Campeonatos reaches a special date, the Grand Tournament one!
It will be a day full of activities: in addition to the street football tournament, which takes place in the morning, we have prepared activities throughout the day with and for the local community (population and institutions), to promote social cohesion and the improvement of public space.
After almost a year of intense work with the community of Quinta do Cabrinha, we invite you to come and share with us this day.
Come, everyone, come to Cabrinha!
The program is as follows:
10h-14h – Street Football Tournament
Sports exchange between neighbourhoods of Lisbon.
Through the Morning
Cinotechnics exhibition, promoted by the project Mão-Guia.
14h-18h – KidFun Project – Education for Values
Project of the Fundação Benfica that aims to help the youngest audience on how to be, motivating the discovery and deepening of the fundamental values of a right behaviour and life in society. There will be sporting activities and an inflatable field.
During the day – Community Activities
Music, dance, food, drinks and street games.
Photographic exhibition and reveal of the results obtained from the collective mapping carried out during the Outros Campeonatos.
And so that no one gets lost, there is also a map of events!
We’re counting on for you to come!
Outros Campeonatos is a project by Academia Cidadã, that aims to promote active citizenship in Quinta do Cabrinha, Alcântara.
Funded by BIP/ZIP from the Municipality of Lisbon with the partnership of District Hall of Alcântara, the youth group “Winds of Change”, the National Association of Street Football and the Lisbon Sustainable Tourism.
Outros Campeonatos will contribute for the social fortification of the neighborhood, promoting community organization, capacity for local initiative and greater democratic awareness. It will also promote an opening of the neighborhood to society in general, reinforcing its integrity in the city. The main strategies of action will be street football and tourism. Street football events draw the inhabitants of the neighborhood to intervene and participate in its organization and implementation – with facilitation of tools and processes of organized citizen participation. Tourism helps rethinking the neighborhood, opening the community to new citizenship experiences.