Arsenal in the Community to work with Cyber-Duck

By Harry Clark, Posted 6 years ago

 

Cyber-Duck is happy to be working with Arsenal in the Community’s awarding winning “Double Club Languages” programme on a brand new web presence.


Cyber-Duck were selected by the European Commission backed language-learning programme as part of a tender process to build and design a new website. This project win follows on from the success of Cyber-Duck’s previous work on the design and build of “The EU – What’s in it for me”; a project aimed at informing the British public what the European Union does to positively affect their everyday lives.

Double Club is co-ordinated by Arsenal in the Community, the non-profit wing of Arsenal Football Club and encourages school children to learn foreign languages by combining them with football training. It is hoped that the website will enhance communication of the programme to schools not only in the UK, but throughout Europe too.

Matt Gibson, Cyber-Duck Production Director was thrilled with the project win; “This win really speaks volumes about the quality of our work at Cyber-Duck. After the success of ‘What’s in it for me?’, we’ve been selected again as the agency to work on the latest European Commission affiliated website project. We can’t wait to get going!”

The new website is to provide general information about the Double Club and their programme including events, news and a fun zone which encourages a younger audience to interact. The site will also boast social media integration, as well as games and multimedia centred on sport and languages.

The Arsenal Double Club materials are available in German, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian. They have been developed in partnership with several language institutions; European Commision, Goethe-Institut, UK-German Connection, Consejería de Educación, Institut Français, Italian Consulate and Capital L – Routes into Languages.

Find out more about the Arsenal Double Club.

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