Arriving with their helpers from all over France, the
As a partner of the association since April 2008, when the Agreement with Cécifoot was signed,
With this program, GDF SUEZ, through its 200,000 employees around the world, is restating its community values by placing a priority on the social inclusion of people with disabilities. Sport is above all a way to regain self-assurance, achieve autonomy, acquire greater physical self-confidence... For these differently abled athletes, these are all qualities which will help them successfully negotiate the process of integration into the world of work.
The Cécifoot Coupe de France 2009 is a sporting occasion in its own right, bringing together the worlds of football and disabled sports. Hundreds of spectators will attend the event for two days of sport, friendship and community spirit.
|Friday, March 27||Saturday, March 28||Sunday, March 29|
|3 p.m.: Arrival of delegations (assembly at Geoffroy Guichard Stadium)||8:30 a.m.: Opening ceremony||8:30 a.m.: Ranking matches|
|10 p.m.: Technical meeting||9 a.m. – midday: knockout matches||10 a.m.: Finals|
|Noon – 2 p.m.: Lunch and public awareness initiatives||11:45 a.m.: Closing ceremony|
|2 p.m.– 5 p.m.: Remaining knockout matches||2 p.m.: Departure of delegations|
|5:30 p.m.: Semifinals|
|8:30 p.m.: Evening party event|