Inauguration of The CROC’s Soccer School “For All”
A free sports and academic program aimed at 6 to 13 year old children of Mexico’s trade union confederation opened in Playa del Carmen
Recently, there have been a lot of socially-inclined projects in the sporting calendar of Quintana Roo, aimed to help out those who have less and allow them to practice sports. This time, CROC (Trade Union Confederation) launched the ambitious project, the Soccer School For All, where students can practice soccer as well as receive academic help for free.
The program was driven by Uri Carmona Islas, delegate of CROC (Trade Union Confederation) of the Riviera Maya, representing the secretary general of CROC for the state of Quintana Roo, Martín de la Cruz Gómez.
With the enrollment of 52 students ranging from 6 to 13 years old. In addition to practicing soccer, the boys and girls enrolled will have access to additional classes to help improve their grades. The school is located in the sports dome of the Forjadores neighborhood in Playa del Carmen.
Carmona Islas stated that “this does not end here,” as he explained that the goal is to open more programs in other parts of Playa del Carmen, to make room for the children of the workers part of CROC as well as all citizens of Solidaridad.
Meanwhile, Paul Villafranco, the director of the soccer school, was proud of the fact that the Soccer School For All is free, and
The school is located in
the Forjadores neighborhood in Playa del Carmen /
Photos: Juan Sosa