Konstantin FROLOV, Prosecutor from Taganrog, played football for the “Team World” in a charitable friendly match with the Italy “National Team”

22 march 2018, 10:26

The Olympic Stadium in Rome hosted a charitable friendly football match between the Italy “National Team” and the “Team World”. The event was held under the patronage of the Italian Ministry of Sport, the Regional Government of Lazio, the Rome City Administration, the Italian National Olympic Committee and the Italian Football Federation. The match was intended to attract attention to the problem of violence against women.

The match ended with the score 5:3 to the “Team World”.

There were former football players attending the match, namely, Gabriel Batistuta, Aldair Nascimento dos Santos, Ciro Ferrara, Marco Delvecchio, Angelo Peruzzi and others.

The Italy “National Team” contained of former famous football players, show business figures and officers of the Italian National Anti-Mafia and Anti-Terrorism Directorate. The “Team World” contained of state employees from Europe and Latin America.

Konstantin FROLOV, prosecutor from Taganrog, took part in the match at the invitation of Italian colleagues.

FROLOV was born in 1975. In 1998 he graduated from the Law Faculty of the Moscow Open Social University. Since August 2002 he has worked in prosecution service on different posts. In his childhood he was a player of a children’s football team of Sports School No. 5 of Volgodonsk and won the Rostov Regional Championship. As a player of the football team of the Prosecutor’s Office of the Rostov Region he won departmental football competitions several times. FROLOV took part in three Athletic Games of Prosecutors.

In September 2017, FROLOV as a player of the team of Russian Prosecutor’s Office took part in the friendly football match with the team of the National Association of Italian Magistrates. The match ended with the score 4:1 to Russian prosecutors.

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