2024 AC Milan Academy Soccer Camps Italy

The 2024 AC Milan Academy Junior Camp is the 2024 AC Milan Soccer Camp in the Venice Region (4 locations). This summer soccer academy is first and foremost a summer week of vacation. Vacation that although focused on soccer, offers much more.

  • This AC Milan Soccer Camp is for boys 8 to 16 years old, Residential (Day Camp, 6 – 16)
  • Residential Camp and Day Camp soccer sessions are available
  • Specific goalkeeper practice is available during all sessions

Stone had such an amazing experience at camp this summer!  We are definitely bringing him back for another year. I must admit, I was a little reluctant coming over seas for our sons first overnight camp experience, but am so glad we did!!! The staff and counselors were great. Thank you to all of your staff and counselors as this was one of his best experiences ever!!!

– Stone, USA, 10
AC Milan Junior Camps

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 Coach staff / Scout), Diego Bortoluzzi (Former Italian Serie A head coach and assistant coach in English Premier League), Pietro Vierchowod (Former player) and Walter De Vecchi (Former player and coach in AC Milan Youth Sector) known as the AC Milan supervisors and supervised by a Milan Junior Camps head coach (Luca Santochirico).

This summer football academy is first and foremost a summer week of vacation for participants: vacation that although focused on football (soccer), offers much more. This brief but intense training camp also is a week of fun and sharing with the other players, a week spent learning to respect each other.

The AC Milan camps are held in some of the most famous and exclusive locations of the Italian Alps – as Cortina d’Ampezzo [Dolomites], Asiago Mountain Plateau, and the Italian Adriatic Coast at the seasides of Jesolo Lido [Venice] and Lignano Sabbiadoro.

The AC Milan Soccer Academy is a coeducational training program dedicated to providing excellence in the development of soccer players. The academy provides a challenging and enriching environment for children of all ability levels and ages (from 6 to 16 years old).

The MJC is open to boys from 6 to 16 years of age and of all nationalities, both groups and individual. The official languages of the camps are Italian and English.

The Milan Junior Camps welcome every year more than 1000 campers during 11 weeks throughout the months of June, July and August: on average 600 from Italy, and 400 from 50 different countries and in particular: USA, CANADA, UK, JORDAN, KUWAIT, SAUDI ARABIA, EMIRATES, JAPAN, CROATIA, SLOVENIA, GERMANY, GREECE, RUSSIA, INDIA, MEXICO, LEBANON, UKRAINE, SLOVAKIA, CHINA and SLOVENIA.

Famous Players who went through the Milan Junior Camps:

Timothy Weah (2000) (USA National Soccer Team) (son of Soccer Legend and ex AC Milan player George Weah)

Timothy attended the AC Milan Academy Camp of Cortina d’Ampezzo in 2013.

  • He grew up in the youth sector of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG)
  • In 2018 he played in Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) – first team
  • In 2019 he played in Glasgow Celtic FC (Scottish Premiership)
  • In 2020 he played in Lille (Ligue 1 – France)
  • In 2021 he played in Lille (Ligue 1 – France)
  • In 2021-2023 he plays in Lille (Ligue 1 – France)
  • in 2023 – … he plays in Juventus Turin (Ligue A – Italy)

Gianmarco Zigoni (1991)

  • He attended the MJC of Cortina in 2004.
  • In 2009 he was the forward of the U19 AC Milan Team (Primavera) and he joined many times the first team. Also he joined the U19 Italian National team.
  • In 2012-2013 he played in 3rd division (Avellino football team) and he’s still an AC Milan player.
  • In 2013-2014 he plays in 3rd division (Lecce football team) and he’s still an AC Milan player.

Boateng Kingsley (1994)

  • He attended the MJC of Cortina in 2004-2005-2006.
  • In 2012-2013 he was the forward of the U19 – AC Milan 2° Team (Primavera) and he’s joined many times the U19 Italian National team coached by Alberigo Evani.
  • In 2013-2014 he played in Serie A (Catania football team and AC Milan)

Lorenzo Ferrari (1996)

  • He attended the MJC of Cortina in 2005; at the moment he was the Goalkeeper of the U16 – AC Milan Team (Allievi Nazionali) coached by Filippo Inzaghi and our
  • AC Milan Supervisor Fulvio Fiorin, and in 2011 he has joined many times the U16 Italian National Team.
  • In 2013-2014 he is the Goalkeeper of the U19 – AC Milan Team (Primavera) coached by Filippo Inzaghi and our AC Milan Supervisor Fulvio Fiorin.

and there are many more players who went on to professional soccer life!

In 2007, AC Milan prized the Milan Junior Camp of Cortina as the Best Milan Junior Camp in the world and the Site with the most campers in one week around the world.



AC Milan Junior Camp in cooperation with Sporteventi.