As part of a sports access program, the Africa Foot project dating back to 2002, clearly marked the beginning of the association, still named "Universal Sport" at the time.
In July 2002, the three founding members of the association dispatched 600 kilograms of sports equipment through truck transportation. This operation was named "Africa Foot 2002" and took place during the 2002 Football World Cup.
A tournament was held with the participation of every football team located in the region of Bankass and who all benefited from donations in sport equipment. This project enabled to give new life to the football championship of Bankass, which for numerous reasons, had not been held for several years.
The Africa Foot project in key dates:
July 2002 : transportation of 600kg of sports equipment to Mali and Senegal
February 2004 : construction project with teenagers in which football, basketball and volleyball fields were renovated and rehabilitated.
January 2005 : transportation of sports equipment, essentially for basketball, to Mali and Senegal
June 2006 : Training course of Senegalese sports executives with the help of the national French handball team members, notably with captain Jackson Richardson
This project was supported by adidas and the LGEF (the Alsatian Football League Association)