What we do
We empower leaders
We empower leaders so that they with knowledge, tools and confidence can lead change.
We empower players
We empower players to reach their full potential and to transform their dreams into goals.
We empower communities
We empower communities by changing attitudes and structures that prevent equal rights and opportunities.
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Where we are
We are currently changing the world here:
Radio interview with FDF-players Frida Ahmed and Jetnisa Nuha in Norrby, Borås, Sweden, and with FDF's co-worker Frida Persson on the International Day of the Girl Child, P4 Sjuhärad
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Young leadership that impresses - Cecilia Andrén Nyström speaks during the Enterprise Day in Borås, Sweden, 7H Affärer
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Cecilia Andrén Nyström is awarded the "Kompassrosen" 2014 by H. M. The King of Sweden
Cecilia Andrén Nyström is awarded with Kompassrosen 2014 by the King of Swedens's Foundation for Young Leadership in the nonprofit sector for her courage in decision-making and her long-term responsibility for running a sustainable organisation that has changed the world for thousands of girls who receive knowledge, a belief in themselves and good values through football as a platform.
FDF-Team in Södertälje is awarded at the sports gala in Sweden
During the Swedish Sports Gala 2015, Futebol dá Força Team Södertälje was awarded 2015 year's athletic scholarship for children and youth from Swedbank "for their efforts to help young people grow and develop in sports and social activities." In this film which was shown at the gala, you can meet Santa and Stefani, FDF leaders and coaches of a girls soccer team in Södertälje, and get an insight into Futebol dá força's work around Sweden and in the world.
Football as a platform for democracy - #reppadingata
"Many people believe that their dreams are limited but we showed that Fisksätra can be more than that. Fisksätra is a place full of dreams. It is a place full of cohesion, community, and joy. But we need to show that people believe in the youth's dreams!"