09 Sep 2013 - in: Juve for You

Juventus Soccer Schools look to the future

Juventus Stadium and the club’s Vinovo training complex provide the venues for this season’s first meetings involving the Juventus Soccer School and Juventus National Academy projects

The Juventus Soccer Schools project looks set to enjoy another fruitful campaign after outlining its aims and objectives for the 2013/14 season during a series of meetings held yesterday and this morning at Juventus Stadium.

Sunday saw all staff from both Juventus Soccer School and Juventus Primi Calci initiatives gather at the club’s stadium for an intense day of workshops and seminars designed to prepare them for the season ahead.

The sheer popularity of the project has already brought necessary increases in the number of venues and staff on the payroll, with over 100 professionals now tasked with maintaining the standards demanded by the various Juventus Soccer Schools established across the globe.

Fundamental to the quality provided by the training camps is the relationship enjoyed between the JSS staff and their counterparts at the Juventus academy, with the latter making every effort to ensure the youngsters involved are coached using the best methods.

This morning, meanwhile, saw head coaches from the Juventus National Academy project attend a meeting at the Bianconeri’s training complex in Vinovo, where Gianluca Pessotto, Stefano Braghin and Marco Isnardi spoke at length about the importance of building for the future.