Alexis Gallice

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Alexis Gallice was born October 24, 1976 in Bordeaux, France. He is son, grandson and nephew of professional and international footballers, Jean Gallice, André Gallice and René Gallice (Girondins de Bordeaux). Having also opted for football, he evolved to the semi-professional level in France with the National Pau Football Club and both professional and amateur level in the United States in the Premier Development League with the Bakersfield Brigade[1] or in the National Premier Soccer League with the New Jersey Blaze[2]

As an entrepreneur, he created Béarn Initiatives Environment (IBE),[3] an association of environmental initiatives in 2001, CIALFI[4] agency Council for Sport and Sustainable Development in 2009,[5] and the French Soccer Institute (FSI) in 2012.[6] In 2004 and 2008 he was involved in the Global Forum for Sport and Environment (G-ForSE)[7] and the International Summit on Sport and Environment Programme United Nations Environment Programme.[8]

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