VIP Experience at the Golden Foot + Hotel Stay with Helicopter and Limousine Transport
Your chance to bid on two full days with world soccer stars at the Golden Foot 2019 with a luxurious stay at the Fairmont Hotel in Monte Carlo.
You and a friend will be guests of honor at the Golden Foot Award 2019, which celebrates five world football legends and one player (28 years of age or over) who has stood out for his exceptional talent on the world stage.
The two participants will be met at Nice airport by a pilot who will take them by helicopter to Montecarlo. On arrival they will be be whisked into a waiting limousine that will take them to the Fairmont Hotel for a two-night stay (Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 November, 2019).
On the first day the auction winner and guest will attend the event's official press conference - the only members of the public to attend along with football celebrities and journalists.
At the break for refreshments at the end of the conference the winner and guests will have the chance to meet their football idols in an intimate and informal setting - a great moment for autographs and taking photos with the stars.
The following day, on November 12, the winner and guest will attend the Golden Foot Awards Ceremony which will see the Award Winner leave his footprints on the promenade. Later, the winner and guest are invited to the Gala dinner and will be seated at a table with one of the global football stars in attendance.
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.