DBFN donates training kits
Ready to train
12 February 2021 | Sports
Tony Dauglas; Founder, DBFN; “Thanks for your support and the good work.”
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Players from the SFC u/17 soccer team and the first team received new training kits from the charity organisation, Dein Ball für Namibia (DBFN).
The players helped clean and tidy up the outside areas of the SFC Sports Field.
According to DBFN founder, Tony Dauglas, the helpers were rewarded with a training outfit from the Bayerischer Fußball-Verband, which was handed over by DBFN.
“Thanks for your support and for the good work. We are really looking forward to the start of the season,” said Dauglas.
The SFC youth football academy has resumed with training on 1 February.
The academy ranges from u/5 to u/17 boy and girl players.
DBFN has been heavily involved in making donations in the last few years. In December last year, the organisation introduced a feeding programme at the SFC leisure centre to feed children at the SFC football youth academy who are from underprivileged backgrounds.
This comes after funding by a German sponsor – “Fan on the Street” and “Kindergesichter Namibia” – arrived.
The programme offers nutritious meals to youngsters on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays that enhances their performances during training sessions.
Apart from the feeding programme, activities like basketball and table tennis will also be introduced for children at the leisure centre.
Prior to the feeding programme, DBFN initiated a charity campaign during lockdown, distributing more than 4 600 food parcels in Swakopmund and other areas.