We are excited to announce that The Canadian National FUTSAL™ Association (CNFA),
through our community sports engagements, were asked to re-introduce competitions that are community and amateur based to bring back the beauty of sports to create capacity among young athletes. This kind of event was done back in 1987 during the Aboriginal Cup - Canada vs. Australia, organized under Canadian Salao Indoor Soccer Federation, currently CNFA, and funded by the Canadian Government.
In February Canadians celebrate Black History Month, which is part of the Canadian Heritage. This event is to celebrate diversity, most especially among the youth in Canada. The community leaders we have engaged with in the last year share the belief that sports unite people all over the world.
This event is designed to created to an even platform for every Canadian youth, adults, community leaders, politicians and community service workers to share a common goal during this event - UNITY and CAPACITY BUILDING among the new generation.
We have partnered with organizations that welcomed us back within their communities and gave us a platform and mandates to provide a pathway between them and the community.
These community partners include Quantum Sports Learning Association (QSLA), JFCCO/TAMOGO, Employment Services, Toronto Police Services, York University, Common Wealth Games Canada Pilot Projects, Reduce & Reuse Programs, Lewis & Associates, etc.
On the 22nd of February, we have organized a special opportunity to introduce all the programs to participants, from 11:30am - 1:30pm before the Opening Ceremony at 2:30pm. We expect to have many Community Leaders from Mayors, MPPs, MPs, and Provincial Heads, to be part of this event where the Canadian Communities Team will compete against Toronto Police Services in indoor soccer (FUTSAL) and basketball. Canadian Communities youth teams under 13 and under 15 will play against Canadian National FUTSAL Team. This event will be full of exciting games and have breaks in between with short speeches and special musical performances. You will not want to miss out!
Jamaican singer I-NOAH (right) will also be preforming at this event. Check out some of his music - https://youtu.be/9dtuLoOyOzs Together, he with a few upcoming Canadian musicians will entertain the crowd during the opening ceremony. I-NOAH is expected to spend a full day having fun with all the youth during the showcase challenges before the opening ceremony at 2:30 pm.
Don't miss out on this FREE event! All are welcome! For more information on how you can get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 647-615-7741.
See you there!