Roma collaborate with UEFA to finalize 2030 sustainability project

Andy Mattioli

Roma continue their collaboration with UEFA as one of the main clubs to be involved in a more sustainable footballing future.

The capital club have been locked in in a long-term project meant to increase a sustainability-based strategy through 2030.

Dan Friedkin – the American owner and President of AS Roma – spoke about the scope of this project.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Friedkin said, “Sports is an incredible platform to inspire change and a great opportunity to create positive impact, for our communities and our planet.”

“Roma is the first club that has chosen to officially collaborate with UEFA to build the 2030 Strength through Unity football sustainability strategy.”

“A common thread in the development of this strategy was the close and continuous collaboration with Roma fans. Over 27,000 Roma fans shared their opinions, explaining how sustainability should be integrated into the club’s programmes, and these responses supported the formalization of the three fundamental pillars of the strategy: community, the environment and the future generation.”

 Roma has already distinguished itself with special off-pitch initiatives.

Among many, it should be underlined that 14 children were found thanks to the Missing Children campaign, launched every time a transfer coup was made official. And then there are “Amami e Basta” which aims to counteract violence against women (helped over 1000 people), “Unstoppable – Let’s overcome obstacles”, an initiative to support fans with disabilities, and “Outraged”, a campaign against discrimination.

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