New initiatives from the Juventus Soccer Schools project will give young football fans the exciting opportunity to train under Juventus coaches over the summer
Juventus Soccer Schools continues to go from strength to strength, and the project is set to enter new lands when summer camps get underway in no less than four German locations this August.
In a country where the Bianconeri fan presence continues to grow day by day, the four International Camp Germany initiatives will allow a host of boys and girls between eight and 16 years of age to learn from Juventus coaches and hone their skills under the club’s training methods.
After memorable visits from new Juve signing Fernando Llorente and ex-Bianconeri hero Robert Kovac at the JSS summer camps in Croatia and Vinovo, the plans for the new locations were outlined today in a Nuremburg press conference by project manager Marco Isnardi and head coach Davide Fornaca.
The JSS project has only recently begun, but the Croatian camp in Umag with special visitor Robert Kovac attracted 100 visitors in its first week, and the new German schemes are just the first of many exciting new developments to come.
Next season, for instance, will see the opening of a number of additional academies on German soil.
JSS camps will run on the following dates in August: from 5 to 9 in Nuremburg, 12 to 16 in Eisingen, 19 to 23 in Elbelstadt and 26 to 30 in Cadolzburg.
To find out more about Juventus Soccer Schools, please visit www.juvesoccerschool.com