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A minimum of GH¢17,910 each season will be charged for enrollment at Juventus Academy.

Young aficionados who want to train at the Juventus Ghana Academy to become expert football players should get ready to make an investment in their future since the academy has implemented a tiered pricing structure that offers talent across age groups a variety of choices.

The program has been created to offer a high-quality football education that is based on the esteemed football philosophy of an Italian club. Potential students should anticipate a cost between GH¢17,910 and GH¢35,820 for each training season.

The academy, led by former Juventus and Ghana player Kwadwo Asamoah and co-owned by Massimiliano Colasuonno Taricone, was officially inaugurated last week. Its aim is to provide young individuals, aged six to twenty-one, who possess talent, with the opportunity to develop both on and off the field. This will be achieved by refining their skills in alignment with the esteemed football practices and principles of the Italian club.

Packages

The packages vary, according to the academy’s website; depending on the age group, they might cost anywhere from $1,500 to $3,000 every season, or the equivalent in US dollars.

Youngsters who are six to eight years old, also known as Pulcini, must pay a $1,500 registration fee each season, while Giovannissimi, who are nine to eleven years old, must pay $2,000 per season.

The Allievi, who are players aged between 12 and 14, are obligated to make payments of $2,500 per season in order to enroll in the academy. On the other hand, the Primaveras, who fall between the ages of 15 and 19, are required to pay $3,000 per season.

In addition to the seasonal fees, the Pulcinis and Giovanissimis will be charged an extra $400 for their kits, while the Allievis and Primaveras will be charged $450 for their equipment. This fee guarantees that players will receive an official training kit, a kit for match games, a presentation suit, a raincoat, and a bag

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programmes

The academy offers a comprehensive development program for each category. The Pulcini and Giovannissimi have two training sessions per week, along with a weekend match. On the other hand, the Allievi and Primavera have three training sessions per week and also participate in a match every weekend.

Situated at Casa Trasacco on Spintex Road, the academy’s facilities are truly impressive. It features an astro-turf football pitch, a tennis court, a multi-purpose court for basketball, volleyball, and skating, as well as a six-a-side futsal arena. Additionally, the academy has four classrooms that can accommodate up to 30 children each.

source:https://www.graphic.com.gh/

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