Continuation of the Plasma Youth Sports Season 25th May, supported by worldwide sports stars

The continuation of the season of Plasma Youth Sports Games, the largest amateur sports manifestation in Europe, is expected on May 25th in Croatia, and all activities will be conducted in accordance with the instructions of the Civil Protection office of the Republic of Croatia.

Continuation of the Plasma Youth Sports Season 25th May, supported by worldwide sports stars


Support for the continuation of the season was sent by numerous ambassadors and friends of the Games: the celebrated footballer Luis Figo, Darijo Srna, Slaven Bilić and the longest-serving ambassador of the Games Predrag Mijatović.

''My dear friends from Youth Sports Games from Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia, I believe that you are eager to return to the sports fields, and so am I. I can’t wait and look forward to the continuance of the Games soon. I cheer for you all - more than 200,000 attendees each year. Until then, stay home and stay healthy,'' Luis Figo said in his message from Madrid.

Support from Slovenia has been sent by Aleksander Čeferin, UEFA President, who since this year has been a partner of Plasma Youth Sports Games in the promotion of women's football.

Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Budget and Administration and Ambassador of the Games, joined in the message about the importance of playing sports and expressed his eagerness to continue the season of the Games.

Darijo Srna focused on football: ''Unlike many canceled world and local sports competitions, I am happy that Plasma Youth Sports Games will continue its season soon. 10 sports disciplines and free sign-up for everyone and my favourite Coca-Cola Cup in football are waiting for you soon.''

In April,the Plasma Youth Sports Ambassadors Family joined the world's most famous handball players Nikola Karabatić, Domagoj Duvnjak and Luka Karabatić.

''I'm happy to become part of a family of athletes who are looking forward to all your success. I cannot wait for the continuation of the handball season'' Duvnjak pointed out.

Everyone also joined the big #KodKuceJeZakon prevention campaign, which was first supported by football stars Luka Modrić, Nemanja Matić, Edin Džeko and Sven Göran Erikkson. The aim is to make all citizens aware of the importance of maintaining health and staying in their homes, but also to support children and provide them with educational and entertaining content through digital channels.