about FYFA

FYFA will review policies related to young people, sport, marketing and alcohol with particular focus on football on international, national and local levels.

Relevant stakeholders and decision makers will be interviewed at all levels. We will identify one local youth football club in six Member States, where young people, aged 13-15 participate in regular sporting activities and interview football club management to find out: attitudes, strategies to reduce drinking and harms for young people.

Finally FYFA will organise an international conference on Alcohol, Marketing, Sport and Youth – launching the project findings and recommendations.

Associated partners

Eurocare

European Alcohol Policy Alliance

SHAAP

Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (UK)

ROMTENS

Fundatia ROMTENS (Romania)

VAD vzw

Vlaams expertisecentrum voor alcohol, illegale drugs, psychoactieve medicatie, gokken en gamen (België)

APYN

The Alcohol Policy Youth Network (Slovenia)

ISS

Istituto Superiore di Sanita (Italia)

PARPA

Państwowa Agencja Rozwiązywania Problemów Alkoholowych (Poland)

EHYT

Finnish Association for Substance Abuse Prevention (Finland)

Collaborating partners

Alcohol Action Ireland

(Dublin, Ireland)

AVE

Ühendus Alkoholivaba Eesti (Estonia)

NTAKK

Lithuanian National Tobacco and Alcohol Control Coalition (Vilnius, Lithuania)

Actis

Rusfeltets samarbeidsorgan (Oslo, Norway)

Healthy Stadia

The European Healthy Stadia Network (Liverpool, UK)

ANPAA

Association Nationale de Prévention en Alcoologie et Addictologie (Paris, France)

International Blue Cross

(Bern, Switzerland)

AMMIE

Alcohol Marketing Monitoring in Europe

IOGT-NTO

(Stockholm, Sweden)

Institute of Alcohol Studies

(London, UK)

STAP

Stichting Nederlands Instituut voor Alcoholbeleid (Utrecht, Nederland)

Sucht Schweiz

(Lausanne, Schweiz)

 

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co-funded by health programme

Co-funded by the Scottish Government

co-funded by Scottish Government