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20 July 2019 /
20 July 2019 /
|It is a pleasure to announce that EFBLU will have a new partner - Poslovna liga u fudbalu 6+1 from the Serbian capital of Belgrade.|
"The Balkans are a very important region for EFBLU and I am very happy that we will have one more partner there. Serbian Poslovna liga u fudbalu 6+1 has a great reputation with its numerous football and charity activities and I am sure we will do some great projects together," EFBLU President Dr Pawel Dimow said.
Poslovna liga u fudbalu 6+1 aims at promoting football as well as socially responsible behaviour of both business companies and individuals. It was established in 2017 as an amateur football competition for 7-a-side teams (6 field players plus a goalkeeper) which are formed exclusively by employees of business companies such as Air Serbia, NIS - Gasprom, Telekom, VIP, Telenor, Banca Intesa, Unicredit Banka, Addiko Banka, Eurobanka, Sport Vision, Meridianbet, Generali Insurance, etc.
Miloš Radulović, the manager of Poslovna liga u fudbalu 6+1, explains: "We have also come up with the idea to broaden our scope of activity and apart from promoting the most important of all unimportant things in most men’s lives, we have decided to endow our league with a socially responsible, humanitarian streak."
"We want Poslovna liga u fudbalu 6+1 to be an opportunity for individuals and companies to join forces in charity activities such as various types of donations to schools, hospitals, institutions or individuals in need of help, recognized and nominated by the League participants. Apart from promoting a healthier life style, we hope to be able to contribute to creating better living conditions for those in need."
Poslovna liga u fudbalu 6+1, which had 22 participating teams in the 2018/19 season, has also established collaboration with the Football Association of Belgrade, the most important football institution in the Belgrade area.
Thanks to the latest partnership, EFBLU is now present in 4 Balkan countries - Bulgaria, Slovenia, Romania and Serbia.