Paris Saint-Germain Academy Qatar continues to support the local community during the Covid 19 pandemic by offering free online summer camps open to everyone willing to enjoy a unique football experience.
With over 220 technical videos produced, a 10-week remote program delivered, and 45 live sessions issued through various digital platforms, Paris Saint-Germain Academy Qatar has been extremely active over the last few weeks, showing once again, a strong commitment to the youth during these periods of difficulty.
In view of the success of all these initiatives, the French football Academy has decided to offer free weekly online summer camps for kids aged between 5 and 17 years old pending the reopening of sports facilities.
Every week, from Sunday through Thursday, more than 100 football fans can enjoy daily 1hr 15min sessions. 30 mins are dedicated to pedagogical content (French courses, Football quizzes, Tactical discussions just to name a few) and 45 mins are dedicated to technical training, delivered by our experienced academy coaches.
Registration is now open via email at [email protected] and WhatsApp at +97433062115.
Fabien Dilem, General Manager of the Paris Saint-Germain regional office in Doha quoted: “Since the beginning of the crisis, the team has been working diligently to come up with innovative, fun and qualitative programs in order to help the local youth in overcoming the current situation”.
In addition, Paris Saint-Academy Qatar will soon offer individual football training sessions as well as outdoor summer camps for small groups of players as regulated by the Qatar Government.
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