David Loriya, Director General of the project, President of the Astana Football Federation, and Yerlan Alimbayev, Permanent Representative of Kazakhstan to the UN in Geneva and Garreth Farrelly, President of the UEFA MIP Alumni Association.
At the recently held MIP Alumni Association General Assembly at UEFA HQ in Nyon, coinciding with the graduation of MIP4, the association, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with SuperBol, a Social Football project in Kazakhstan.
SuperBol focuses on empowering young football talents and creating positive change. It has successfully reached over 22,000 participants across the country through casting in 14 cities.
This exciting collaboration, initiated by esteemed MIP Alumni member David Loriya is set to make a significant, positive impact.
Gareth Farrelly, MIP Alumni President, who was present in Nyon said: “The MIP Alumni Association brings together former international footballers who are committed to positive leadership and using their positions of influence for good.
“This makes aligning with SuperBol a strong fit for us and our values. We want to amplify and support positive work and initiatives that make sport and society better. SuperBol does just that.”
Loriya added: “I’m thrilled to announce a significant milestone as SuperBol and the UEFA MIP Alumni Association signed a Memorandum of Understanding to empower young football talents and drive positive change in Kazakhstan and beyond.
“A special thanks to the members of the MIP Association and President, Garreth Farrelly, for their unwavering support and commitment. In unity, we’re determined to make a difference for the local football community.”
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