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21.05.2013 |

Kiev to host Seni Cup 2013, the IX International Football League for the Disabled

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On May 23-24 Seni Cup 2013”, the IX International Football League for the Disabled, will take place in “Svyatoshin” center (Kiev).  

Kiev to host Seni Cup 2013, the IX International Football League for the Disabled

Following the 2013 regulations the football tournament will see 12 teams from psychoneurological foster homes from all over Ukraine. The winner team will travel in July to Poland for the international final game, where teams from 10 European countries are to compete!

The main goal of the event is to help people with reduced mental and physical capabilities to adapt to the society. The tournament’s additional task is to promote sports among the fosterlings of Ukrainian psychoneurological foster homes as sports engrain will to win and gives positive emotions!

The program for the second day of the tournament (May 24): From 10:00 to 12:00 the final football matches will be played. This year will continue the tradition commenced in 2012 for checkers, chess and darts mini qualification games among the participants of the tournament who are not able to participate in active sports.

The tournament provider is the “Bella-Trade” company, the official importer of TM Seni products in Ukraine. The tournament is supported by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Ukraine, the Rinat Akhmetov’s Charity Foundation for Development of Ukraine, TZMO SA. The ninth tournament of the “Seni Cup 2013” is sponsored by McDonalds, TM Morshinska, PrJSC “IC “PZU Ukraine”, MC “Dobrobut”.Two football teams, the one who comes first in Ukrainian tournament and the one selected by the providers, will go to the final games in Poland. Within the tournament the providers have also mixed active football games with such qualification games as checkers, chess and darts allowing people with reduced physical capabilities to take part in sports competitions.   


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