Young students aged U15 from all over the world will gather in Porec, Croatia, for a week of volleyball, Joy of moving and education through sport. 14 girls and 8 boys teams from 22 different countries will be attending the Under 15 World Schools Championship that will be a real opportunity to celebrate Kinder+Sport Joy of moving and ISF’s shared values: passion for movement and sport, fair play, collaboration, a joyful and healthy lifestyle.
To honour these values, the team that will best respect and represent the principles of fair play will be awarded with the Kinder+Sport Joy of moving Fair Play Trophy. The tournament will begin on Saturday March 30 with the arrival of the delegations and will be officially inaugurated on Sunday March 31 with the Opening Ceremony followed by the first preliminary rounds matches. The finals will be held on Saturday April 6.
Kinder+Sport Joy of Moving and ISF: partners in spreading the passion for movement
Several partnerships, a single goal: to promote a joyful and active lifestyle and spread the culture of movement as essential for a happy life to the largest number of children in the world. That’s why Kinder+Sport Joy of moving has selected as one of its main partners the International School Sport Federation (ISF), the only official school sport organization since 1972. In line with Kinder+Sport Joy of moving’s mission and principles, the ISF was born to encourage education through sport and thus create greater opportunities for growth and social interaction between teenagers.
ISF organizes and promotes sport competitions and meetings among schools all over the world, creates relations among sport federations and school institutions and represents these latter where they are not officially represented.
Recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the ISF shares important values with Ferrero’s social responsibility program, such as mutual understanding, non-discrimination, social inclusion, gender equality, and a healthy lifestyle, contributing to empower young people as citizens of the world.