Eusébio da Silva Ferreira wasn't just a Portuguese football player; he was a sports symbol during a nearly 25-year-long career. He had many names on the field: Black panther, Black pearl or just King - but an unmistakable style.
What a blast! In 2019, thousands of sportsmen and women coming from 100+ countries moved with us in numerous sports modalities across training camps, sports tours, tournaments and corporate events alike.
This is, undoubtfully, our biggest year to date. As we prepare an even bigger and more awesome 2020, let's take a moment to remember a few of this year's highlights.
Few rugby fans worldwide are unaware of Move Sports, even less so of Portugal Rugby Youth Festival: just ask the 3000 boys and girls from 118 teams coming from all around the globe that competed in PRYF's 11th edition, last April.
The first-ever European Touch Senior Cup on Portuguese soil took place this past October 11-12, at the Lisbon University Stadium. The 200+ male and female players were greeted by the famous and fabulous Lisbon sunny autumn weather, with temperatures north of 20º on both tournament days.
If the increase in national GDP depended only on the activity of Move Sports, we would have excellent news for our country. Indeed, when it comes to corporate sports events and sports tourism, the fundamental areas of our work, the month of September brought us remarkable moments.
An elite sports club is a fantastic knowledge centre. Until very recently, this knowledge remained within the offices of the clubs. However, recently, we started to notice that some clubs realized that strategically it makes sense to share information. One of the leaders of this movement is Barcelona FC who now has a virtual platform of knowledge, the Barça Innovation Hub, accessible at https://barcainnovationhub.com