11 October 2020
The Juventus Academy project has restarted. The Training Camp organised in Malta in September, that saw the first months of activity completed following the restart (link), featured the participation of 120 youngsters, as well as the presence of the Minister of Tourism and the Minister of Sport of Malta. It was the first Training Camp activity organised in the territory, strongly linked to the Bianconeri colours.
In addition to Malta, in recent months there have been activities in Athens (66 participants), Geneva (78 participants), twice in the Czech Republic (with a total of 190 participants) and twice in Stockholm (for a total of 196 participants) . It was, of course, a summer with less activity than usual, but the passion and desire of the organisers and of all the boys and girls who participated in the Training Camps were the same as always, confirming what has already been seen in Italy in the Summer Camp activities that finished in August. During the summer, a Juventus Training Session was also held at the Verdura Resort with the participation of more than 50 young Bianconeri.
The next training camp events are scheduled for the end of this month in Scotland, Geneva and Stockholm. At the same time, in the Year-Round Training locations, or in the Academies with permanent activity, Juventus training activities have resumed in most of the world, of course in compliance with local rules and procedures.
The hope remains strong that soon all the boys and girls will be able to return to the field.