Paris Saint Germain Academy Camp Location & Details

  • Day Camp is from Monday through Friday (daily lunch included), check-in is at 9:30am and check-out is at 16:00pm (4:00pm) or 17:30pm (5:30pm) if extra Forward or Goalkeeper training session booked.
  • First Check-in on Monday morning will be between 8:00am and 9:30am.
  • Camp is for boys and girls (low number of girl participants during sessions and girls are not present at all sessions!)


The PSG Academy Day Camp training fields will be located on the Island of Puteaux (Ouest of Paris City Limit next to the “Bois de Boulogne”), 1 Allee des Sports, Puteaux, 92800.

Day Camp includes Lunch.

Halal/Kosher meals are not available but Vegetarian meals are available.

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The well-being of all children at Paris Saint Germain Soccer Academy sessions is of paramount importance, therefore parents are not allowed on campus during the training sessions.

Parents for the regular sessions are only allowed on campus Monday morning for the opening ceremony and Friday afternoons for the closing ceremony.  (details in the camp information email sent before camp starts). Paris Saint Germain Soccer Academy feels this will allow the children to settle into the Residential lifestyle and maintain their safety and security.

Camp Details

The soccer course will be comprehensive, covering all elements of the game including techniques, skills, phases of play, small sided games, and full 11 vs 11 games for some of the older players. In the afternoon, you will play games or tournament as well as have tactical training. All participants will be expected to take an active role in this element, so it is advised that students have a good level of fitness before they attend.

  • On the first training day, groups are established based on age and ability
  • Campers will have on average 4 hours of soccer per day (check schedule)
  • Welcome by the camp director
  • NIKE Paris Saint Germain Academy sports equipment (2 jerseys, 2 pairs of shorts, 2 pairs of socks, 1 t-shirt, 1 cap, 1 drinking bottle, 1 backpack)

Goalkeeper and Forward Extra Training Sessions will be available with 3 extra one-hour training sessions per week (additional fee).

Goalkeepers will only be able to have goalkeeper specialized training during these extra training sessions.

What You Should Expect During the Practices:

  • 2 daily training sessions during the week
  • Morning training: team warm up, ball handling, technical/tactical workshop (pass control, ball control, dribble, shot), tests
  • Afternoon training: Tactical training and application of skills learned in the morning during games or tournaments
  • The program is adapted to the trainee’s level (age, physical condition…)

Don’t miss this experience of a lifetime in one of the greatest cities in the world: Paris

Your Typical Monday – Friday Program will be as Follows (Subject to Change):

  • 9:30am – 10:00am: Check-in
  • 10:00am – 12:00noon: Technical/tactical workshop (field play)
  • 12:00noon – 2:00pm: Lunch then Activities (Foosball, etc.) or Rest
  • 2:00pm – 4:00pm: Tactical training and Games / Tournament (field play)
  • 4:00pm – 4:30pm: Snacks and Check-out
  • 4:30pm – 5:30pm: Extra Training Session Forward or Goalkeeper (*)
  • 5:30pm: Check -out

*Extra Training Sessions are either in the morning or in the afternoon based on age and specific training and they take place 3 times per week for regular sessions (extra fee required)

Coaching program by certified Paris Saint Germain Academy trained coaches.

Paris Saint Germain Soccer Academy staff make sure all kids feel comfortable and secure during the camp. Their mission is to develop the technical and physical aptitudes of each child and their way of living in groups.

Family and friends are invited to come and watch the last session on Friday afternoon and to attend the closing ceremony (delivery of diplomas and awards). At the closing ceremony the trainees will be given their Paris Saint Germain Academy diploma, and the winners of the different competitions will receive their awards.

PSG Ratio of educators – coaches / children: 1 / 12