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Crown to host three-day festival for ‘Equal Play’

Crown to host three-day festival for ‘Equal Play’

The Salt Academy and Phnom Penh Crown FC are hosting a three-day “Equal Play” football festival from today at Crown’s home ground, the RSN Stadium, which will include a series of workshops and a mixed-gender tournament for 220 young people aged 10-14.

Organised in cooperation with streetfootballworld, the event is aiming to promote equal opportunities for girls and boys on and off the pitch, and is supported through the Sports Promotion of the German Foreign Office.

In total 20 teams comprised of six girls and five boys will come together from all over the Kingdom. Crown FC will take part with two mixed teams.

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