Sofia, Bulgaria. The most family holiday of the year came earlier to almost 7,000 children aged 1 to 21 living in the Homes for Fostering and Bringing up Children Deprived of Parental Cares. For the 7th consecutive year, Eurofootball donated school kits, sport accessories, educational games and various toys to all 99 homes in Bulgaria, which are under the supervision of the State Children Protection Agency. Moreover, Eurofootball employees visited Nadezhda Home in Mladost Residential Area and handed the presents personally to the children. This Christmas activity is part of the “Parentless Children Benefit Program”; an initiative which started by Eurofootball 7 years ago in an effort to contribute actively in the improvement of living conditions in all the orphanages of Bulgaria.

“The “Parentless Children Benefit Program” of Eurofootball aims at promoting education and sports activities among underprivileged groups, while our employees actively participate in person.” said Eurofootball CEO, Nikos Arsenopoulos.

Eurofootball was established in Bulgaria in 1993, whereas received a license from the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Bulgaria to organize bets on sports events, in agent shops situated throughout the whole country. In February 2002, INTRALOT acquired the 49% of the company.


Contact: Mr. Nikos Arsenopoulos, CEO
Phone: (+359 2) 8189 115; 8189 126
Fax: (+359 2) 955 94 27