On Wednesday July 4th, a group of 22 girls from Mugu (Nepal), who are competing in the Donosti Cup, have visited San Mames, Guggenheim Bilbao Museum and Ibaigane with the support of the Athletic Club Foundation. The team is organised and directed by Bhojraj Bhat, a film director who won the Thinking Football Film Festival in 2016 with the film Sunakali, which told the story of girls who use football as a way of asserting themselves in a rural society in the high mountains of Nepal, who condemned them to the role of premature wives. Precisely to avoid arranged marriages of the girls, Bhojraj Bhat is maintaining the Sunakali project in Mugu.
Klika, Athletic Club in the Korrika 2019
Athletic Club will take part in Korrika 2019 tomorrow, Thursday 11th April, coinciding with its arrival in Bilbao.
Inclusiveness Award for the Athletic Club
Aitor Elizegi, representing Athletic Club, and accompanied by Juan Carlos Ercoreca, Eli Ibarra and Esteban Feijoo, alma mater of the GENUINE team, received yesterday the prize of GaituZSport for the promotion of inclusion, from the hands of the GaituzSport Foundation and the Basque Federation of Adapted Sport.
The third-year students of the Degree in Management and Marketing of the Cámarabilbao University Business…
Video summary of Thinking Football
After an intense week of cinema, in which the international Thinking Football festival screened 9…
We join the Earth Hour
The Athletic Club and the Athletic Club Fundazioa Foundation, based on their corporate social responsibility policy, have decided to join the “Earth Hour” initiative
Just a week before the sudden death of Rafael Henzel, the Brazilian journalist spent a few days in Bilbao, invited by the Athletic Club Foundation.
A dozen people with neurodegenerative diseases from the Conde Aresti Residence in Bilbao took part…
Nossa Chape, winner of the Thinking Audience Award
The film Nossa Chape has won the Audience Award at the Thinking Football Film Festival 2019.
Thinking Football will close today with the film “Kaiser”
After five days of cinema and debate, Thinking Football will come to an end with the screening of the film “Kaiser” by director Louis Myles.
De Marcos and Gurpegui on Football and Homophobia
Today, the Thinking Football Film Festival will screen the Swiss film “Mario”.