Eat for Goals! is a cookery app available in English and Spanish which gives young people and families the information they need to cook the same heart-healthy meals as some of the world’s top footballers including Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba and Lotta Schelin.
Once the app is downloaded, young people aged 7+ are encouraged to ‘score a goal’ to see recipes from 11 of their favourite football legends. Each player shares what he or she loves to eat and gives the recipe for his or her favourite dish.
As well as seeing what football stars like to eat, the app also provides interesting food facts and step-by-step instructions, making it easy for even the less-experienced to make delicious, balanced meals in no time at all.
The Eat for Goals App is available via an internet browser in English and Spanish language features a total of 17 healthy options, including recipes for main courses, snacks and deserts, that can easily be prepared with a child and complement a healthy and balanced diet.
Cristiano RONALDO : Haddock with Lemon & Vegetables
Lotta SCHELIN : Fresh Fruit Salad
Paul POGBA : Spaghetti al’ Arrabiata with Tuna and Vegetables
Sergio RAMOS : Gratin Chicken with Peppers
Fernando TORRES : Sautéed Chicken with Vegetables
Samuel ETO’O : Rice Cubana
Steven GERRARD : Crunchy Cod with Herbs
Frank LAMPARD : Spinach with Fruit and Nuts
Kelly SMITH : Chicken Salad Sandwich with Lime Yoghurt
Yaya TOURE : Turkey and Peanut Soup
Rachel YANKEY : Power Omelette
Alvaro ARBELOA : Tuna and White Bean Salad
Mikel ARTETA : Seafood Risotto
Veronica BOQUETE : Two Colour Fish Cake
KAKA : Brazilian Black Bean Stew
Ivan RAKITIC : Lentil Shots
David VILLA : Spaghetti Bolognaise
Physical activity is an important part of an active, healthy lifestyle and an essential factor in improving our young people’s health. The World Heart Federation and Healthy Stadia fully supports the Eat for Goals! initiative as it combines the goals of promoting healthy nutrition and active lifestyles to children and their parents in a fun and educational way.
Eat for Goals! was originally created as a book under the patronage of the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), World Heart Federation, Healthy Stadia and the European Commission.
To access the Eat for Goals microsite and find out what your favourite footballers like to cook for dinner, click the button opposite to visit the website.