purpose

Address how people feel when they are a minority or excluded.

objectives

Players are able to reflect if they've had any situation like this in their life and also what they think about the excluded groups in the society.

 

Created by

INEX - Association for Voluntary Activities/Fotbal Pro Rozvoj

Length of the session

45'

Number of participants

6-15

Age of participants

8-12

Materials

Balls, Cones, Goal Post Nets

Required knowledge, skills and preparation of the trainer

The trainer should prepare questions regarding tolerance and also prepare the groups he/she wants to create (the naming).

Involvement of the participants in the preparation and delivery of the session

The players will be divided into 2 teams and each couple or three of them will be playing in the same area (limited by cones). During the delivery, they will play a football game with limitations marked by the cones.

Session plan

Session plan

Warm-up (10')

 

Regular warm up and streching

 

 

First half (10')

 

The trainer prepares the pitch and divides it in three parts limited by cones.
Having the groups, for example 12 players (6 per team), we make 3 couples per team, which will be playing in the "red", "blue" and "yellow" area.
Each group will represent something different:
For example:
Red: both pairs from each team are considered gay
Blue: both pairs from each team are considered from "a conflict country"
Yellow:  both pairs from each team are considered people with disabilities

 

 

Second half (10')

 

The players need to play a normal football game with their teammates, having in mind that they are separated with a line of cones that they cannot cross. Only the ball can travel through the different zones, by passing to each other. The players stay in their zones.
Trainer pays attention to how the game is played and if they follow the rules set.

 

 

Cool-down (5')

 

Water break

 

 

Third half (10')

 

The idea of the activity is to reflect on how many limits we have in our society and that we should work on tolerance and respect with each other.

 

 

 

 

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