A brazilian movement that advocates for transparency, democracy and competent management amidst a folly of a system that neglects grass-roots soccer in favor of promoting a few mega-stars to play in Europe.
FROM PROTESTS ON THE FIELD...
Founded officially on September 30th 2013, Bom Senso FC (Common Sense FC) is an initiative from several football players - among them: Dida, Gilberto Silva, Juninho, Seedorf, Cris Alex Souza, Paulo André and other thousand - worried with the state of the sport in Brazil. With protests on field, the movement was able to mobilize the public opinion around the most important reforms brazilian football needed to undergo.
The first victory was the guarantee of a 30-day period of vacation and at least three weeks of pre-season.
... TO THE CONGRESS,
In 2014, the movement had its first audience with president Dilma Rousseff. In National Congress, Bom Senso FC defended the implementation of a financial fair play for brazilian clubs as a requirement to the refinancing of their R$4 billion debt with government.
BOM SENSO FC IS REWRITING FOOTBALL'S HISTORY IN BRAZIL
After a year and a half of intense debates, the PROFUT bill passed contemplating the majority of our claims.
In two years Bom Senso FC made history in brazilian football, along with Afonsinho - first athlete to conquer a Free Pass in the 60's - e Corinthians Democracy, in the 80's, under the leadership of Socrates and Casagrande.