Results for: UEFA

In the News
- Football legend Eric Cantona and world pro footballers association calls for release of Mahmoud Sarsak, detained three years in Israel without charge or trial

- Footballer near death after 80+ days without eating, one of 308 Palestinian “administrative detainees”

- UEFA criticised for awarding Israel right to host 2013 Under-21 tournament

- Cantona, Show Racism the Red Card, Chomsky, Loach and others slam official si

June 12, 2012
In the News

The Red Card Israeli Apartheid campaign is launching a new phase of its activities aimed at persuading UEFA, football’s European governing body, not to grant Israel the privilege of hosting the Under-21 competition in 2013.

Following publ

October 13, 2011
In the News

The use of sport to unite children divided by street violence and traumatized by war is a compelling idea. 'Serious Play: The Goal is Peace' is the title of a 7 July Huffington Post article by Alison Craiglow Hockenberry.


Occupied Palestine - June 22 2011

Mr. Platini,

We, Palestinian footballers, athletes and sporting organizations and officials, are dismayed that Israel has been rewarded for its continued impunity and violent oppression of our people with the honour of hosting the UEFA Under-21 tournament in 2013. This decision is a drastic reversal of your brave stand just last year against Israeli attacks on Palestinian sport and its persistent violations of universal principles of human rights.

June 24, 2011
In the News







Take action: write your own letter UEFA president Michel Platini using the e-tool and join the Facebook page for ideas on how

In the News

Boykot Israel Denmark held a demonstration in Copenhagen on Friday to mark the launch of the Red Card Israeli Apartheid campaign, the day before the final of the 2011 competition was held in the country.

Palestinian sporting figures are callin

June 24, 2011