The national sporting events served as one of the most major dissemination opportunities, providing a space for conversation and knowledge creation on inclusion and discrimination in grassroots football. These events also provided an opportunity to engage the target audience in presenting and promoting the project's scope, work, and outcomes.

Representatives of NGOs, stakeholders, and grassroots football clubs took part in each event. The project's main ideas were explored, and topics related to racism and xenophobia in football were covered. Additionally, the events provided a venue for showcasing the TACKLE project's results. Representatives from the national media were also invited to improve coverage of the events and offer more distribution channels. 

The project consortium implemented five dissemination events, attracting over 150 football coaches, managers, stakeholders, policymakers, players, parents, and the wider public.

The national events took the form of interactive open events or educational/informative sessions.