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The AC Milan Football Academy Camp also known as Milan Junior Camp (MJC) is the children's summer vacation soccer camp organized by the famous AC Milan football club from the Italian Serie A League and carried out by local organizations.
This AC Milan Soccer Camp is for boys 7 to 16 years old.
Residential and Day Camp soccer sessions are available.
Specific goalkeeper practice is available during all sessions.
The soccer training sessions, depending on your site, will be lead by AC Milan soccer legends, in cooperation with Sporteventi coaches, such as Filippo Galli (Former player and AC Milan Youth Department Manager), Pierino Prati (Former player and Manager of one AC Milan top Soccer School in Milan), Gino Maldera (Former Player and Manager of five AC Milan top Soccer School in Milan), Stefano Eranio (former player and AC Milan scout) and Fulvio Florin (Professor of the AC Milan Academy) known as the AC Milan supervisors and supervised by Otello Di Remigio, official youth scout of AC Milan Youth teams and Milan Junior Camps head coach.
The person in charge of all coaches is Otello Di Remigio, an official scout for AC Milan Youth Side; he is also in charge of the relations between the youth teams that the club “Liventina Gorghense” coordinates (more than 20) and the AC Milan Youth side.
The camp is not a soccer camp full of rigid training exercises, nor is it designed to immediately produce champions. It is a soccer camp designed for having fun and playing with the other boys, a soccer camp spent learning to respect each other and learn new skills. It is an important time to stimulate soccer players sense of responsibility and to learn the important value of rules and education.
The soccer camp provides one of the most prestigious coaching staff of Italy and some of the most famous and exclusive sites of Italy (Cortina d’Ampezzo - Alps, Asiago Mountain Plateau - Vicenza, Cavalese Val di Fiemme - Trento, Jesolo Lido - Venice - Vittorio Veneto - Treviso and Lignano Sabbiadoro - Udine) and Europe, as Cortina D’Ampezzo is known worldwide. The parents of Federico, previous year participant, Ferragamo (famous Italian luxury good company) stated that the camp at the "Milan Junior Camp" of Cortina D'Ampezzo was highly educational and instructive. For Federico it was a positive experience besides being lots of fun as well."
The soccer camp has a large number of Italian players (more than 80% on average)
Players Scouted in the past at the Milan Junior Camps:
Boateng Kingsley attended the MJC of Cortina in 2004-2005-2006. Discovered by Otello Di Remigio during the Milan Junior Camp in Cortina D'Ampezzo back in 2004, at the moment he is the forward of the U19 - AC Milan 2° Team (Primavera); he has joined many times in 2011 the U19 Italian National team coached by Alberigo Evani.
Campeo Axel attended the MJC of Jesolo Lido in 2010. At the moment he is the defender of the U14 AC Milan team.
Gianmarco Zigoni attended the MJC of Cortina in 2004. At the moment he is the forward of the U19 AC Milan Team (Primavera) and he has just joined many time the first team. Also he’s just joined the U19 Italian National team. At the moment he plays in 3rd division (Avellino) and he’s still an AC Milan player.
Tigran Kandikjan, at the moment, the goalkeeper of the Macedonian U-19 national team, attended the camp in 2006 in Vittorio Veneto.
Lorenzo Ferrari attended the MJC of Cortina in 2005; at the moment he is the second Goalkeeper of the U16 - AC Milan Team (Allievi Nazionali B) and in 2011 he has joined many times the U16 Italian National Team.
Luca Baldassin attended the MJCs of Vittorio Veneto in 2005, 2006 and 2007; since 2008 he plays in the U19 Udinese Calcio Team (Primavera) as midfielder.
AC Milan Prized 2007 Milan Junior Camp of Cortina as Best Milan Junior Camp in the world and Site with the most campers in one week around the world
Milan Junior Camp Day
At each camp, the AC Milan supervisors will choose one or two 9-10 year old boys (2003-2004) and one 13 - 14 year old boy (1999 - 2000) during each session. They will be able to take part in the Milan Junior Camp Day, the Two days meeting of the best players in all Milan Junior Camps worldwide, which will take place, presumably in the fall 2013, at the Vismara – Milan Sport Center. Vismara is the sport center where all AC Milan youth teams side train (the first team and the Primavera (U19) team train at Milanello instead).
There should be about 200 class’03 boys who will play each other in friendly games all day long, while watched attentively by AC Milan Youth side’s talent scouts. Afterwards they will be taken to the San Siro stadium for a Milan home game and some of them might be able to meet some first team players after the game.
NB. The date for the MJC DAY will be announced as soon as known but NOT before the end of August 2013.
AC Milan Junior Camp in cooperation with Sporteventi