Spanish trio to join Common Goal

The biggest and most diverse club in football now boasts 46 players. Spanish players David Lombán (SD Eibar), Cristian Portilla (Ottawa Fury) and Ainhoa Tirapu (Athletic Club) have all joined Common Goal, the movement in which football players unite in pledging a percentage of their salary to create positive and lasting social impact. #CommonGoal

Panenka rewards Juan Mata’s work in Common Goal

The football magazine rewards Mata with the ‘Antonin Especial’. This is the first time this award is given at the Panenka Gala. “I want to thank the magazine for this prize. It makes me proud”, said Juan.

Kasper Schmeichel to team up with Juan Mata

Leicester City F.C. goalkeeper has become the latest footballer to join Common Goal, a movement in which football players, managers and supporters pledge at least 1% of their wages to high-impact football charities. #CommonGoal

UEFA President joins Common Goal

Aleksander Čeferin today announced that he would pledge one per cent of his salary to Common Goal during a meeting held at the House of European Football in Switzerland, with Common Goal co-founders Juan Mata and Jürgen Griesbeck.

Bruno Saltor signs with Common Goal

Brighton & Hove Albion captain joins Juan Mata in making the pledge. At least one player will be unveiled every day until November 29 #CommonGoal

Juan, awarded in Monaco for his Common Goal initiative

The prestigious TV Sports Awards 2017 gala acknowledged Mata’s solidarity with the Play for Change Award. The Asturian won the voting to Garbiñe Muguruza and to Lawrence Dallaglio, ex-captain of the England rugby national team.