Arsenal link up with The Felix Project

Sustainability Felix Project

The Arsenal Academy is fully committed to educating young players about the importance of sustainability. 

Last season we featured the under-16s’ “carbon neutral” tour to Scotland, as well as young goalkeeper Alexei Rojas cycling to the training ground to keep his carbon footprint to a minimum – and in every matchday programme our Young Guns have also been telling us what small sustainable considerations they are making in their everyday lives.

This season, the academy’s Player Leadership Group – a collection of nominated players across the Academy – have focused on The Felix Project, which raises awareness of inequality and food poverty. 

As part of their research, the group recently visited the organisation and learned about how it collects fresh, nutritious food that cannot be sold and turns produce that would previously have been discarded as food waste into exceptional hot meals.

The meals are delivered to charities and organisations across London, including projects run by our very own Arsenal in the Community.

The Academy boys were enthused by the fantastic work they witnessed and are planning to make an impact in this area themselves by leading a food drive at Hale End to support the work of The Felix Project.

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