Bianconeri legends David Trezeguet and Moreno Torricelli inaugurated today the Juventus Camp Belux 2016 project, entering its fourth successive season, this latest edition set to be particularly special with eight camps taking place simultaneously across Belgium and Luxembourg.
In attendance at today’s press conferences in the Belgian cities of Hasselt and Namur, the two longstanding servants of the Old Lady witnessed in person the importance that the club places on initiatives aimed at young players, both in terms of sharing core values and strengthening the Bianconeri brand on an international level.
Also present at the event in eastern Belgium, was Stijn Stijnen, who was the Club Brugge keeper against whom Trezeguet scored in September 2005 to take his tally in the black and white stripes to 100 goals.
Stijnen is now president of KSK Hasselt, whose ground will host one of the eight camps that are due to take place in April.
The former Belgium international began: “I’m delighted to be involved in this project. It’s an honour to collaborate with an important club such as Juventus.
“For us, this initiative is of enormous value, a great opportunity and we’ll do everything possible to make it a success.”