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The Consell has processed financial aid for 28 sports federations for an amount of 898,000 euros

The aid is allocated 68% to arbitration expenses, 25% to management expenses and the remaining 7% to the acquisition of sports equipment

The Plenary of the Consell de Mallorca has approved today the financial aid for sports federations for the 2020-21 season in the field of grassroots sports in Mallorca, which are added to the other 21 approved in plenary sessions in April and May. The federations that have seen nominative grants approved are those of adapted sports, gymnastics, horse riding, motorcycling, Olympic shooting, triathlon and volleyball. With this, 28 grants will have already been processed for a value of 898,398 euros.

The last two seasons, given the health emergency situation caused by Covidien-19, certain flexible measures have been applied, which take into account possible modifications such as, for example, the extension of the eligible period, with the aim of allowing these entities to receive 100% of the planned money.

These grants make it possible to cover sports activities aimed at 34,000 children, through more than 750 clubs in Mallorca. In fact, the aid is allocated 68% of the total to arbitration expenses, 25% to management expenses and the remaining 7% to the acquisition of sports equipment.

The federations that will receive the aid organize and coordinate, among others, the island leagues for young people of Mallorca in the modalities of athletics, badminton, sports dance, basketball, billiards, boxing, cycling, adapted sports, chess, football, gymnastics, golf , handball, horse riding, judo, karate, olympic wrestling, motorcycling, swimming, paddle tennis, skating, petanque, canoeing, rugby, underwater, taekwondo, tennis, table tennis, archery, olympic shooting, triathlon, sailing and volleyball.

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