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There are many sad stories in the world, but we can make them less so with our support and solidarity. If you know of any, write to us and tell us about it. Together we are going to transform them into happy stories whose protagonist will be football.
We allocate 1% of the footprints to the
Common Goal Foundation
Common Goal is a foundation that aims to use football as a tool to accelerate social change. Through 1% of the salary of some big stars like Juan Mata, Juergen Klopp or Paulo Dybala, they collaborate with different projects and leave a legacy of solidarity.
We help the Racing Integrado team
With 25 years of experience, Racing Integrado has been helping the integration of people with different disabilities since 1995. Racing integrated is the Department of disability that has the institution of Racing Club. It is a socio-cultural, sports and recreational program attended by children and adults with different disabilities.
From Stellars we support them, we believe in their principles and we participate in their achievements. Visit to Racing Integrado.
STELLARS also aims to create a foundation dedicated to enhancing football and turning it into a tool of solidarity.
Football will be a way for many people to improve their present and achieve a better future.
Football represents values such as sacrifice, effort, teamwork and discipline. These are values that should reach many corners of the planet and help many children to achieve their dreams and overcome many of the obstacles that are imposed on them just because they were born in a different place.
Football is a place to be free and to dream, but it is also a lesson for tomorrow.
Kampala, Uganda. Africa. 6:00 am
Reagan is a 5 year old boy
He has nothing and no one, except dreams to fulfill. Since he was 4 years old he lives alone and abandoned in the streets of the place where he was born. Every day he wakes up with a big smile on his face and wakes up the group of children with whom he shares a small mud hut. He’s happy because he knows they have a big day of training ahead of them and that in a week’s time they’ll be facing a rival team. He dreams of scoring the winning goal and one day doing it in the big stadium in Kampala. That idea is the engine of his life and what gives him some happiness in a place where it doesn’t exist.
The children barely eat some dry rice for breakfast before they walk 7 kilometers through misery to get to the soccer field where they train every day, amidst garbage and crows bigger than themselves.
None of them are older than 7 years old, they are orphans and have no possessions other than their European team jerseys. But now they don’t care, they are happy because they have each other, a ball and football.
They can be free and feel like any other child in the world when they play on that field. They dream of a better future, but they also learn, thanks to sport, the values that will make them strive and train every day to achieve their goals, on and off the field.
This is a true story that we lived a few years ago and that still moves us inside. There are thousands of stories like the one about Reagan and that group of kids. We want to get to know them and be able to do our bit so that, thanks to our support and the magic of football, they have a happy ending.