Cruyff Court Stefano Borgonovo
This small synthetic soccer field was built in 2014 by Johan Cruyff Foundation and Fondazione Stefano Borgonovo in collaboration adn with the support of Comune di Como and the sponsorship of Uefa and Coni. It is dedicated to Calcio Como football player Stefano Borgonovo who died in 2012 as a consequence of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Cruyff Courts promote sport for young people and it is more than just a soccer field. It is a place where young people understand what respect and responsibility mean. They learn how to collaborate and become friends.
Cruyff Court 14 rules
The aim of Cruyff Courts is to help the development of young people through specific education programs following 14 rules, as the jersey number of Johan Cruyff at AFC Ajax and The Netherlands national team. The rules can be found on every Cruyff Court in the world.
To accomplish things, you have to do it together
Take good care of things as it was your own
Respect one other
Involve others in your activities
Dare to try something new
Always help each other within a team
- SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT
Crucial in sports and even more in life in general
Know what to do
Sports develop body and soul
Try to learn something new every day
- PLAY TOGETHER
An essential part of the game
The beauty of sports
Via Leoni/via dei Mille
The Cruyff Courts are closed to the public until further notice.
Winter opening: October 1 through March 31: 8am to 6pm
Summer opening: April 1 through September 30: 8am to 10pm