Hungary is providing support to refugees fleeing the war between Russia and Ukraine, and Ferencvárosi Torna Club is doing its part to help as well. Since March, Ferencváros has been providing continuous sporting opportunities at its Népligeti Sports Centre for Ukrainian children who have left their homeland behind. The youngsters are given football training by the age-group coaches of the Fradi academy, four times a week.
From U13 to U19, sometimes fifty or even a hundred Ukrainian children regularly kick the ball in Fradi kits. Ferencváros provides the children with everything they need for everyday life and sport, from toiletries to sports equipment.
On Tuesday, after the children's daily training session, Ferencváros - together with the Federation of Jewish Communities in Hungary - organised an off-field programme for the youngsters. The Ukrainian children visited the St. Stephen's Basilica, where József Bánki, former football player of Ferencváros, guided the youngsters.
The young people visited the Dohány Street Synagogue, where they learned about the history of the world's second largest synagogue and the symbols of Hungarian Jewish culture.
The special day ended with a lifted pizza party at the synagogue on Rumbach Street.
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Leandro de Almeida and László Bázsa-Mosó receive the Fradi Fair-Play Award in 2020.