The Osasuna Foundation’s Aula Rojilla (The Little Red Ones Class Room) project, designed to educate the club’s youngest fans about CA Osasuna, returns for another year. This time round the club has broken its participation record with over 3,000 youngsters taking part.
The project will be held in twelve educational centres: eight Spanish-speaking primary schools and four Basque-speaking primary schools. Aula Rojilla is directed towards children between 7 and 11 years of age across the region of Navarra (Pamplona, Tudela, Estella and Noáin).
Girls and boys taking part in the project will get the chance to meet the first team players at the end of the four week course. As well as that, they will be able to watch Liga BBVA games in the El Sadar as part of the Aula Rojilla experience, which at its heart is designed to create a love of Osasuna amongst its young fans.
The Aula Rojilla project is in its fourth year and has already seen 7,500 children participate. In addition to that, 23 schools, both public and private, have been hosting activities that are aimed at showing children the values of sport.