The Serie A A Tim also joins the BRISWA project. Another important step for our collaboration after the beautiful event held last December on all the fields of the highest category of Italian football.

 

On 17 February 2018 in Aula of Transylvania University from Brașov took place the 5th
Briswa workshop within the project. After we participated in the other events organized by our
partners, came our turn to present the draft Briswa, "The Ball Rolls In The Same Way For All" to the people in Brasov. We enjoyed the presence of several personalities of Brasov, who joined the club Coltea 1920 and Briswa project in the fight against racism.

- Mr. Mihai Costel - vice-mayor of Brașov City
- Mr. Adrian Gabor - vice-chairman of Brașov County Council
- Mr. Florin Șari of Romanian Football Federation
- conf.univ.dr. Ioan Turcu - the Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education and Mountain
Sports of Transilvania University
- prof. Ion Negrilă - Superintendent of Schools in Brașov County
- Mr. Marian Ivan - former romanian international player, two times Romania’s
Championship top scorer (Briswa Ambassador in Brasov)
- Mr. Valentin Lazăr – former Dinamo Bucharest player (Briswa Amabassador in
Romania)
- Mr. Ciprian Jurubescu – president of Colțea 1920 Brașov
- Mr. Alin Nițan - the organizer of the tournament "Let's Teach Football to our Children",
under the Briswa logo
- Mr. Simone Meloni - BRISWA Communication Officer
- Mr. Răzvan Țirea – well known sports journalist in Brasov(radio, TV, online and
newspaper), one of the most famous voices from Brasov and one of the men who
promoted always then fight against racism on stadiums and outside

The eighteenth day of the Italian Serie A championship was marked by the descent into the field of BRISWA and its initiatives against racism.

Our banners have been displayed in all the pitches and screened videos made by many players. An event supported by the Serie A League to which the clubs have collaborated with great determination.

This initiative will allow us to create other similar days and brings the characters of the sports world closer to the BRISWA project. We take this opportunity to thank all the clubs and the Serie A League that has allowed us to make our goals known to thousands of Italians and more!

 

BEFORE JUVENTUS-ROMA

BEFORE LAZIO-CROTONE

BEFORE SPAL-TORINO

BEFORE UDINESE-VERONA

 

We want to thank the Teramo Calcio for giving voice to our initiative during the match against Mestre, for the third league league in Italy.

A great evening in which the values ​​of anti-racism and those of sportiness have merged, giving life to the initiative of BRISWA.

All the players of the two teams wore our shirts while in midfield our banner was displayed. The speaker of the stadium read this brief statement about the initiative:

Also in Teramo takes BRISWA, the project co-funded and promoted by the European Commission to combat any form of discrimination in the football world. Thanks to the participation of many Italian and European teams, it will be possible to develop new methods of combating racism, creating campaigns and sensitizing players, managers and fans.

With BRISWA set racism offside!

Thanks Teramo and see you next time!

At the same time as the campaigns carried out in recent months, on the weekend of 22/23 December, BRISWA will be present on all the fields of the Serie A TIM to promote its initiatives and make known to fans and professionals their goals in the fight against racism in the world of football.

Before the teams enter the field in the midfield will be exposed the thematic banners while on the big screens will be a short video, made thanks to the contribution of some players of the highest category, to say "no" to any form of discrimination.

An initiative that fully falls within the project and that was made possible above all thanks to the availability of the Serie A TIM and the availability of the clubs, to which we offer our sincere thanks.

 

Pa Keita Vinci is a Pistunina player. Club is in Eccellenza (fifth league). A few weeks ago he was the victim of an episode of racism at the match against Giarre. Shortly after a normal tackle, an adversary turned to him say: "Fucking nigger" and causing his protest against the referee, who, seeing nothing, invited him to continue the match. Pa instead repeated the and has been expelled and - following the report of the referee - disqualified for six matchs (Interview in italian).

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