"Sport is a very important school of life. Right To Play's games and sports programmes offer children in disadvantaged regions of the world the opportunity to learn for life."
Olivier Keller is a former Swiss hockey player. He was active at Servette and HC Lugano for the longest time of his career - with the latter he even became Swiss champion in the 2002/2003 season. After many years in the national team, he retired at the age of 40. Since 2009 he belongs to the Right To Play athlete family. He regularly supports us at events and teaches the general public how we teach disadvantaged children vital skills with our games and sports programmes, thus helping them to a better future.