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Open Fun Football Schools

Published: Wednesday 19 January 2011, 9.07CET
We find out about a life-changing scheme in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Published: Wednesday 19 January 2011, 9.07CET

Open Fun Football Schools

We find out about a life-changing scheme in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The UEFA Training Ground went to Bosnia and Herzegovina to find out more about the Open Fun Football Schools project, a concept devised by the Cross Cultures Project Association in 1998 which has united Bosnian Croats, Muslims and Serbs through football.

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