By their late teenage years, individuals with Down syndrome vary widely in terms of their health, abilities and behaviour. This project attempts to cover this broad range of behaviour, success and challenge, recognising that most adults still do not have the opportunities yet, nor are expected to function effectively in the society. Aware of its important social role, GNK Dinamo formed a cooperation with Down 21, an organisation that is taking care of young adults with Down syndrome helping them to achieve their full potential in everyday life. That involves providing them with paid part-time jobs within our organisation and with our employees so they can be more involved in activities that are making them feel part of the community. Part-time jobs include gift packaging, production distribution, decorating of Christmas presents and helping out with stadium security. Our players personally recognised the importance of such integration and they are actively involved in creating many beautiful art performances from young people with Down syndrome by helping them promote their art in media and also helping them financially so they can have everything necessary for producing their dance shows and musicals. When people with Down syndrome are “being” they are “existing”; their basic human needs are being satisfied. To feel that they belong they have to be included in their community, with regards to education, employment, social, leisure and recreational opportunities. In order to “become”, people with Down syndrome need to be given the opportunity, and the support to recognise and fulfill their potential.