Cagliari Calcio also joins and takes part in the European Week of Sport ‘Be Active’, scheduled every year from 23 to 30 September.

The meeting, held today in Villasor (SU) as part of the initiative launched by the European Commission in 2015 to promote sport, healthy and active lifestyles and consequently the physical and mental wellbeing of the citizens of the European Community, featured primary and secondary school pupils from theState Comprehensive Institute ‘Ernesto Puxeddu’as well as Pully, the club’s official mascot, a constant presence in the club’s itinerant social responsibility projects.

At the initiative entitled “Football is everyone’s and for everyone – Diversity as an element of strength and not weakness‘, coordinated by the Department for Sport of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and by Sport e Salute S.p.A. (which is responsible for its implementation), Elisabetta Scorcu, Football Social Responsibility Officer of Cagliari Calcio, sports psychologist Gianna Manca and Sport e Salute regional manager Stefano Esu took part. Doing the honours were Villasor Mayor Massimo Pinna and Sports Councillor Stefania Valdes.

These are the words of Elisabetta Scorcu: “Projects like Be Active and meetings like today’s are fundamental to reaffirm once again that in life, and therefore also in sport, diversity is never a form of weakness but a strength. This is why Cagliari Calcio intends to constantly contribute to projects which, as was the case today, aim to highlight the prerogatives and qualities of each individual within a collective, a dynamic that concerns a school class, a group of athletes and any union of people with a common goal”..