OGC Nice player, Timothée Kolodziejczak, has some fun with Special Olympics athletes at the official announcement.
OGC Nice is delighted to announce that it has become the first Club Ambassador for Special Olympics France. Within this role OGC Nice will use the power of football to promote respect, acceptance and inclusion of young people and adults with intellectual disabilities.
The club commitment includes making available their first class facilities for Special Olympics training sessions and to also help recruite and train the Special Olympics team to represent France in the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games to be celebrated in Los Angeles, USA.
The Club are also preparing to dedicate a match during the 2014 or 2015 season to “The Road to Los Angeles” and in support of all of the 24,000 Special Olympics athletes in France. OGC Nice will also seek to involve supporters, coaches and partners as part of the promotion of inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities in sport.
About Anne-Charlotte Pichon: I am responsible for Marketing and Communications at Special Olympics France