After internationally expanding to Tunisia in January of this year, the Juventus Soccer Schools project has now been officially unveiled in Singapore, location of the Bianconeri’s final stop of the Asia-Pacific tour.
Yesterday’s press conference, held at the historic Cricket Club of Singapore, followed a special session where 50 young footballers from local teams in the South-East Asian country trained alongside several members of the Juventus first-team.
Head coach coordinator Davide Fornaca and international head coach Carlo Mastellone were present to guide the participants through the aforementioned training sessions organised for the event.
The new Juventus academy represents an excellent opportunity for local coaches to learn new skills whilst allowing participants to experience the teaching values that embody all things Bianconeri.
And JSS manager Marco Isnardi believes that the new school in Singapore will see the incredible support help further develop the Bianconeri’s influence on the international stage.
He began: “Ever since we touched down in this country, the passion we’ve experienced has spurred us on to make this an unforgettable event for those participating.
“We’re certain that the academy here in Singapore will fly the Bianconeri flag and act as a benchmark for South-East Asia.”
The development project in Singapore will also foresee the set-up of a Juventus Camp to work alongside the academy.
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