Today (4/12), in Gianyar, Bali, Paris Saint-Germain with PT Multistrada Arah Sarana Tbk, as the manufacturer of Achilles and Corsa tires announced the launch of Paris Saint-Germain Academy which will be run by Indonesian football club, Bali United. The announcement is inline with exchange of skills training and methodology between the two clubs through Parisian Youth Development Academy program.
The press conference that was held on Balai Budaya Gianyar was continued with open training session on I Wayan Dipta Stadium, Gianyar. About fifty children took part in their first training session with Paris Saint-Germain Academy enthusiastically. Meanwhile, Bali United Senior coach, U17 coach and U21 coach also attended the seminar that was presented by David Hernandez, Parisian Head of Methodology of the Youth Development Academy in the few days before.
Pieter Tanuri, as President Director of Multistrada said, “Football is now becoming more popular in Bali and across the country. Multistrada through Achilles and Corsa brand wanted to have an important role in this sport development. We are happy to share the benefit of our collaboration with Paris Saint-Germain for Indonesian children and of course Bali United. I believe that we will fulfill dreams of the youth and inspired them through this golden opportunity. We have prepared the best place to learn football.
Jean-François Pien, Director of Paris Saint-Germain’s Youth Development Academy added, “This is the big honor for Parisian Youth Development Academy with Multistrada dan Bali United to contribute for football growth in Indonesian. Our knowledge about football that span from amateur to elite level has been acknowledged around the world. We are really happy to share our knowledge with our friends in Indonesian.
Paris Saint-Germain Academy in Bali will start at the beginning of 2017. The coaches that already trained by Paris Saint-Germain Academy will give training session kids aged six to nineteen years old. Other than football, the training will also educate Paris Saint-Germain club values to young player.
From this season onward, as long as partnership duration, The Parisian Youth Development Academy will held an exchange between children from Paris Saint-Germain and Bali United. These exchanges are intended to help improve the ability of the players during training and producing the best football players from Bali.
The partnership between Paris Saint-Germain and Multistrada holder of Achilles and Corsa tire manufacturers has started since May 2016. In August 2016, PSG players have come to Los Angeles to collaborate with the International Drifter Michael Essa. PSG and Michael Essa prove how football and drifting can unite. A video ad are now in the process of production for broadcast in the Achilles’ target market countries around the world.
For more information and enlist, check at www.psgacademybali.com.
About Paris Saint-Germain Academy
Paris Saint-Germain football Academy is a footbal school that is open for boys and girls aged 5-16 years old. To date, it has presence in 15 countries, with 48 training centers throughout the year, and more than 150 seasonal camp. More than 11,500 children have been enlisted with the other half came from out of France.
In those training centers, around 110 trainers trained by PSG with top-class training and guidance. This training seeks to maximize every opportunity and instill positive values in the world of football. Coaching at Paris Saint-Germain Academy is a representation of the famous European clubs in the world. Do they attend school year-round training or join a training camp during the school holidays, the children would benefit from coaching by the method of Paris Saint-Germain.
With 11 centers were opened in the Paris region, four in France, and 33 more in seven other countries around the world (Brazil, USA, Canada, Morocco, Egypt, India, Dubai), Paris Saint-Germain Academy achieved great success. This reflects the growing appeal of PSG in France and abroad.
Paris Saint-Germain Academy is part of the club’s international development strategy that is expected to provide access for children from around the world to join Paris Saint-Germain.