Wed 01 Jul 2020

Watch recording of the FYFA webinar

FYFA webinar took place on 28th May it brought together 'online' over 100 stakeholders in the health and sport area. It presented the FYFA project results and looked at ways to take this work forward.

Thu 28 May 2020

Young people, sports, and alcohol

On May 28th, the final webinar for the FYFA project titled “Focus on Youth, Football and Alcohol” took place online.

Thu 07 May 2020

The impact of COVID-19 on the sports sector

All sports events are being postponed or cancelled to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Union of European Football Associations has delayed Euro 2020 until the summer of 2021 and Formula 1 has postponed several races.

Mon 10 Feb 2020

FYFA project moves forward

FYFA project that started in autumn 2017 is concluding its final pieces of work and planning to publish the latest findings from local level soon. The final conference will take place in spring 2020.

Thu 12 Dec 2019

Presentations from Warsaw meeting are now available

The round table of policy discussions regarding FYFA project deliverables to date and guidelines for youth sport clubs related to underage drinking and heavy episodic drinking, took place in Warsaw on 21 May.

Wed 21 Aug 2019

FYFA filming took place in Finland

Football juniors’ thoughts about alcohol were recorded on video in Finland on 6th August 2019 as part of FYFA project. The aim of the videos is to engage young people, who are involved in sports, in the European debate on alcohol policy and to help in the planning of education.

Fri 05 Jul 2019

Do alcohol and sports always go together? What is your message to young people as a coach or as a parent?

FYFA-PROJECT asks these questions to Helsinki Cup participants

Thu 04 Jul 2019

SHAAP is a proud sponsor of Scottish Womens Football

Scottish Women’s Football (SWF) has launched their newest sponsorship agreement with Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems (SHAAP). They will be the named sponsor of the National Performance League and NPL Cup, the elite level for girls’ club football in Scotland, for the 2019 and 2020 seasons.


co-funded by health programme

co-funded by health programme

co-funded by Scottish Government

Co-funded by the Scottish Government

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