Scholas Occurrentes, through its international sports area, in alliance with the Municipality of Cascais, Portugal, and with the support of the Remarkable Communication & Image Management agency, organize «Is it worth everything to win? A talk about soccer and values ​​between two renowned figures of international soccer.

We are talking about Paulo Sousa, technical director and one of the best players in the history of Portuguese soccer, and Gianluca Zambrotta, world champion with Italy in 2006.

The appointment is next Thursday, January 28 at 2:00 p.m. Bs As, 5:00 p.m. Lisbon, 6:00 p.m. Rome, in virtual mode and through the Zoom platform, prior registration. The meeting will be held in Italian language with simultaneous translation in Portuguese.


Is it worth everything to win? How to transmit the values of sport in today’s Soccer?

These and other questions will be answered by Sousa and Zambrotta, together with coaches from soccer schools, students and teachers from the Faculty of Human Motor, of the University of Lisbon, among others.

As moderators Mario del Verme, coordinator of Scholas Sport Italia, and Edgardo Zanolli, coordinator of the Milan Soccer school project will participate.

About the guests:

Paulo Sousa: Professional soccer coach and one of the best players in the history of Portuguese soccer. As a coach, he has more than 300 major league games in six countries and a total of six titles. As a player he was champion of Portugal and Italy, and won the Champions League for two consecutive years with Juventus and Borussia Dortmund. He has won a total of nine titles and played in five countries.

Guanluca Zambrotta: World champion of Italy in 2006, Zambrotta had a successful career in Italy where he was champion with Juventus and Milan. He also played in Spain with Barcelona, ​​where he won a Super Cup. He was chosen to form the ideal teams for Euro 2004 and the 2006 World Cup. As a coach, he has worked in Italy, India and China.

The encounter has the support of the Italian Football Federation and the Italian Institute of Culture Lisbon.