Representative Stanislav Nekolný from the ANO movement presented material dealing with the effects of the energy crisis on Prague’s sports clubs at Thursday’s council meeting.
It proposed the creation of an extraordinary subsidy program, thanks to which the sports ground in the metropolis would be able to cover the increase in costs associated with the increase in energy prices and it did not have to happen or reduce operations due to lack of financial resources.
“We consider it absolutely necessary for Prague to support the sports club, especially at a time when children have had limited or almost zero access to sports activities for almost two years due to the pandemic. We have to help them quickly until it is too late, “said Ondřej Prokop, chairman of the ANO movement’s representative club.
The proposal of Stanislav Nekolný, who passed before 2 am after an incredibly long meeting, directly responds to the statement of the Prague Sports Associations on the existing problems of sports entities in connection with a significant increase in energy prices, signed by representatives of the Prague Volleyball Association and the Prague Tennis Association. , The Prague Football Association, the Regional Ice Hockey Association, Czech Floorball, the Prague Badminton Association, the Prague Handball Association and the Prague Table Tennis Association.