Practicing sports in general is very important for the development of the young. There are many sport providers, mainly schools offer students a place to practice a sport and also the trained personnel to teach how to begin, manage and perform a sport. Unfortunately, the types of sports which are contained in the school curricula limited to such as basketball, football, handball and volleyball. In this project, they will know about different types of sports: traditional, nature, winter and nautical sports and they will realize that there are more sports than the more common ones or than the ones they usually play. They will become aware even more than before that practicing sports is a vital activity which aims at the health of the body, both physically and mentally. Moreover, team sports discipline the players and help improve teenagers’ social skills. Due to the partnership between the 5 European countries, the students will have a chance to understand that sport brings people together, people from different countries, cultures and social backgrounds. By enhancing alternative sports in the curriculum as well as in out-of-school/class activities we will be able to raise pupils’ awareness of their own performances as well as culture and attune them to the fact that there are other ways of behaving and other value systems than the ones they already know; to develop respect for life-styles which are different from their own so that young people can understand and appreciate each other; to enable all pupils to speak for themselves and respect fair play rules; to help pupils understand the links between their own lives and those of people throughout the world; to motivate pupils through personal contacts direct experience, 'real' classroom activities and materials.