Dine with Kakà and Spend Two Days at the 2018 Golden Foot
Dine at the table of the former Milan striker Ricardo Kakà at the 2018 Golden Foot dinner gala.
Spend two full days with world soccer stars for the 2018 Golden Foot, with a luxurious stay at the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo.
Enjoy this truly unique and unforgettable experience: be the guest of honor during the 2018 Golden Foot Award. The award celebrates five legends of world football as well as one player of at least 28 years of age who has distinguished himself for his great talent on the world football scene.
The winner of this auction, and a guest, will be invited to the Fairmont Hotel on October 29-30 for a two-night stay.
On the first day (October 29), the two winners will be able to attend the official press conference of the event and will be the only "non-staff" members among the football glories and journalists.
The following day, the two winners will witness the assigning of the Golden Foot Award and the top footballer leaving his footprints on the promenade. They will also go to the gala dinner and be seated at the table of Brazilian former football phenomenon Kakà, winner of the 2007 Golden Ball Award.
The candidates to win the 2018 prize are: Manuel Neuer, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani, Gareth Bale, Sergio Ramos, Robert Lewandoski, Sergio Aguero and Thiago Silva.
Insuperabili Onlus is a new organization for promoting sports among special needs children, started in Turin. Its team of experienced professionals is constantly engaged in the promotion of team sports like soccer to help children overcome cognitive, relational, emotional, behavioral and physical challenges.
A network of Soccer Schools - known as Insuperabili Onlus Academies - has been created throughout Italy. It aims to spread its philosophy and work methodology by guaranteeing a quality service for children with special needs directly in their cities. During the soccer season there's a strong relationship with the Academies thanks to the constant training of the Total Sport technical team. Small groups of 15-year-old boys and girls are supervised by technical and psychological head coaches.