Harps join Healthy Football League to help people stay active – Donegal Daily

The first Healthy Football League involving Irish clubs begins on Monday and Finn Harps is encouraging supporters to get involved.

Harps hopes that local sports clubs and schools can also participate and be part of the Finn Harps team.

Aidan McNelis said: “Whether you’re a fitness fanatic or just someone who wants to be a little more active, this is an opportunity to get involved in helping Harps be crowned the healthiest club in Ireland.

“Absolutely everyone is welcome to get involved and there are prizes for local schools and clubs that get involved as well as clubs in the League of Ireland.

“If Harps wins a monthly or global award, we will conduct a survey of everyone who has participated with us and share the money with a local charity, so that together we can feel better and make a real difference in our community as well.”

The HFL, sponsored by Bank of Ireland, is an app-based health promotion program that uses the friendly rivalry of football fans and communities to encourage health-enhancing physical exercise.

The competition is open to people of all ages and fitness levels. Whether you’re a serious fitness enthusiast or someone who simply enjoys walking for health and wellness, you can score valuable points for your club and visibly affect its position on the HFL table.

Search “Healthy Football League” in the App Store or visit www.healthyfootballleague.com. Select Finn Harps as club and group, if applicable. Enter a few details to support the calculation of workouts, grant the necessary permissions (only if you’re comfortable with them of course) and you’re good to go!

Any school, club or other organization wishing to register can contact [email protected] or 087 9736064 with the name and logo of the organization to be added to the system.

Harps join the Healthy Football League to help people stay active was last modified: February 28, 2022 by Personal editor

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