Paris Saint Germain Academy Sets To Launch In Nigeria

Paris Saint Germain Academy

There are indications that Paris Saint Germain Academy, the youth system of  french club PSG F.C is set to launch in Nigeria soon as part of its plan to produce elite football players while offering them an adapted and complete scholarly education.

It could be recalled that FCBEscola, the academy of Spanish giants FC Barcelona recently unveiled its academy in Lagos.

Goal-to-Post Sports Agency in an event on Thursday evening unveiled their relationship between ”Irukka and Paris Saint German Football Academy”, as official partners in youth football development in Nigeria. Pageone garnered that NFF 1st Vice President, Barrister Seyi Akinwunmi; Peter Rufai; Salisu Yusuf, Coach Folabi Ojekunle from the U.K, Abiodun Tella and other Nigerian graced the event.

All things being equal, Nigeria will boast a Paris Saint Germain Academy after the most recent launched Dubai, Brazil, the USA, India, Egypt, Morrocco, Canada and France. From the launch in Dubai Around 250 youngsters aged between 3 and 17 will train at the Paris Saint-Germain Academy, which has been set up in the former Club Dubai, an establishment founded in 2009 by Frédéric Deswarte, who is now the manager of the Parisian centre.

Since the founding of the Paris Saint-Germain Academy in 1974, a number of graduates have gone on to sign professional contracts with PSG or other clubs which includes Nigeria’s Bartholomew Ogbeche, Nicolas Anelka and a host of other players.

Interestingly as part of their overall philosophy, those not fortunate enough to become a professional footballer at the end of their studies benefit from a complete education provided in parallel to their football activities.

Paris Saint Germain Academy is recognized by the French Football Federation as one of the best in the country, the Paris Saint-Germain Academy received the Category 1, Class A rating in recent seasons. A veritable centre of excellence, it meets all the standards demanded by the Direction Technique Nationale and symbolises the capital club’s professionalism and success both on and off the pitch.

Pageone will provide more updates as soon as its available.

30 thoughts on “Paris Saint Germain Academy Sets To Launch In Nigeria

  1. I think am past the age i saw while reading through but i believe i have got a lot to offer.I wanted to know if there are coaching courses planned to be part of the curriculum for this academy

  2. sir,its a great job nd good idea for bringing the french club to Nigeria to help we young players,thank you sir,we are grateful.

  3. this is a life time opportunity for a young and talented boy like me………please I need more info on d opening date of the French academy in Nigeria… God bless you….God bless Mr tony

  4. i’m realy interested and i am happy for the academy.i pray that God should realy help nigeria youngster,for i’m born 2 play.@neymar jr

  5. this is a very good opportunity for a young,talented
    and determined player like me.I need more information on this.thank you.

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  7. I Thank God For This Great Opportunity For Young Super Eagle Like Me. Who’s Heart Desire Is To Be A Footballer, And By The Grace Of God I Will Be Leading The Super Eagles To The World Cup Finals, And The Victory Shall Be Ours…Van Der Ser Jr

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  9. I Thank God For This Great Opportunity To Bring That Which Is Me As “Van Der Ser Jr”.Please Contact Me 08090998762

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