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We believe football is a universal language! It can contribute to bringing people together, regardless of nationality, citizenship, cultural background legal status or any other variable.

If you are on this page and accept to respond to our questionnaire, you probably believe the same thing.


Through the FIRE+ project, we intend to encourage new and complementary vocations within grassroots organisations to engage in the social inclusion of asylum-seekers, refugees, and other migrants. Read more about us HERE.


FIRE stands for Football Including Refugees in Europe. Funded by the Erasmus+ programme, this project took place in 2019 and 2020. Building on this initiative, the new FIRE+ aims at promoting football as a means of inclusion, participation, socialisation and access to sport for asylum-seekers, refugees and migrants at a local level.


As part of this project, we are developing a survey on all kinds of activities that grassroots football clubs, associations, youth clubs and organizations have started or are thinking about with regard to including refugees in football. We want to gather data, identify trends, and analyse the challenges among the grassroots actors, in order to give the more influence on local and European policy-makers.


We would appreciate if you could share with us your experience working with refugees in your club/association. The survey should take around 20 minutes of your time, and your inputs will be very valuable for us to collect evidence.

In our project, we use refugees as an umbrella term that includes people with or seeking international protection status (safety or asylum seekers).  If you are interested in this terminology, and would like to read more about it, please visit our project web site

You can answer the survey in any of the following languages: English; French; German;  and Italian.


Your personal data will be treated in accordance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation. The survey has been approved by the Human Subjects Ethics Committee of Middle East Technical University (approval number: 0452-ODTUIAEK-2022)

There are 29 questions in this survey.