So here is the third event, scheduled for April 2021. Don’t Spin will move to Bulgaria where the impact that foosball has on young people and its ability to create socialization and social integration will be addressed. Table football welcomes young people who have the desire to play sports, to play and to be together, thus becoming the tool through which it is possible to accompany children in a delicate phase of growth.

Don’t Spin’s activity will be developed through three events (to be held between Italy, Portugal and Bulgaria) that will enhance the practice of table football, its history and its benefits at a psychophysical and social level, with a specific attention to the benefits for disabled people.

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The first event, which will be held in Italy, is due for March 20th, 21st and 22nd. Altopascio, in collaboration with the MAiC Foundation of Pistoia which deals with giving support to people with disabilities and their families, will host the delegates of the 6 federations to analyze the possibilities of sport therapy, linked to the activity of table football.

The second event will be in Portugal, on the 4th, 5th, and 6th September. In Valongo, near Porto, the six federations will discuss the birth of table football, re-proposing its nature as a rehabilitation activity and discussing how this sport, born from a brilliant idea of ​​a Galician enthusiast and then developed throughout Europe, needs common rules. Table football is therefore a sport that supports rehabilitation therapy with its own rules, capable of placing inclusion at the center, be it for the disabled or for young people.

So here is the third event, scheduled for April 2021. Don’t Spin will move to Bulgaria where the impact that foosball has on young people and its ability to create socialization and social integration will be addressed. Table football welcomes young people who wants to play sports and be together, thus becoming the tool through which it’s possible to accompany children in a delicate phase of growth.