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PSG Academy - Day camp - Ile de Puteaux - Summer 2024

  • France
  • Neuilly-sur-seine
  • French / English
  • From 9 to 17 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
From 1190 €

PSG Academy - Residential - CREPS - August 2024

  • France
  • Chatenay-Malabry
  • French / English
  • From 08 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
Paris_Stage_foot
From 690 €

PSG Academy - Day camp - August 2024 - CREPS

  • France
  • Chatenay-Malabry
  • French / English
  • From 8 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days
  • Day camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
Stage football Monaco
From 550 €

Riviera Elite Academy - Monaco - High Performance - Day camp

  • France
  • Monaco
  • French
  • From 10 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • Improvement / High level / Intensive
Stage intensif PSG Pro
From 2690 €

PSG Academy - High level - Residential - Boys

  • France
  • Evian-Les-Bains
  • French / English
  • From 10 to 17 years old
  • Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • High level / Intensive
Stage PSG Pro Evian
From 1590 €

PSG Academy - High level - Day camp - Boys

  • France
  • Evian-Les-Bains
  • French / English
  • From 10 to 19 years old
  • Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • High level / Intensive
Football ASSE Summer
From 530 €

ASSE - Saint-Etienne - Full-board - Mixed

  • Montbrison
  • French
  • From 8 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
Course football France
From 330 €

ASSE - Saint-Etienne - Half-board - Mixed

  • Montbrison
  • French
  • From 8 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
Football camp Brittany
From 705 €

Foot Breizh Academie - Summer 2024 - Full board - Mixed

  • France
  • Mûr de Bretagne
  • French / English
  • From 9 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • Improvement / Intensive
Football camp foot breizh Academy
From 550 €

Foot Breizh Academie - Summer 2024 - Half-Board - Mixed

  • France
  • Mûr de Bretagne
  • French / English
  • 9 to 16 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • Improvement / Intensive
ICEF Academy football
From 2690 €

ICEF - High level - Full board - Boys

  • France
  • Evian-les-bains
  • French / English
  • From 10 to 19 years old
  • Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • Improvement / High level / Intensive
Academy ICEF Football camp France
From 1590 €

ICEF - High level - Day camp - Boys

  • France
  • Evian-les-bains
  • French / English
  • From 10 to 19 years old
  • Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • Improvement / High level / Intensive
Stage-foot-en-lorraine
From 640 €

FC Metz - Summer Advanced Training Camp - Full Board - Coed

  • France
  • Metz
  • French / English
  • From 8 to 15 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
Colonie-vacances-Metz
From 495 €

FC Metz - Summer Advanced Training Camp - Half Board - Coed

  • France
  • Metz
  • French / English
  • From 8 to 15 years old
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Day camp
  • Leisure / Improvement
Foot-Moselle-Metz-Lorraine
From 640 €

FC Metz - Intensive Camp U15, U16, U17 Summer - Full Board - Boys

  • France
  • Metz
  • French / English
  • From 15 to 17 years old
  • Boys
  • 5 days, 4 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • High level / Intensive
FC-Metz-stage-foot
From 495 €

FC Metz - Intensive Camp U15, U16, U17 Summer - Half Board - Boys

  • France
  • Metz
  • French / English
  • From 15 to 17 years old
  • Boys
  • 5 days
  • Day camp
  • High level / Intensive
Stage football Marseille
From 700 €

Playse Elite Academy - Advanced Training - Full Board - Co-ed

  • France
  • Marseille
  • French
  • Ages 8 to 14
  • Girls / Boys
  • 6 days, 5 nights
  • Residence Camp
  • Leisure / Improvement

Many football camps in France

Participating in a football camp in France during the school holidays is an exciting opportunity for children and teenagers, whether they are beginners or aspiring professionals. These camps, available from the age of 5 to 19 and even up to 30 years old, offer a total immersion in the world of football. Available during the summer holidays, they are offered in various iconic cities such as Paris, Montpellier, Metz, Evian-les-Bains, Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Pau, Bretagne, and even Monaco.

Whether your child wants to get started in football or improve their skills, they will find a camp tailored to their needs. These programs, which can last several weeks, are offered with full board or half board, providing a safe and stimulating environment for participants. Supervised by qualified educators, the campers benefit from personalized learning, regardless of their level of play. From beginner camps to intensive programs, including specific sessions for goalkeepers, every player finds the support needed to progress in their football practice.

The educators, specially trained to work with children, provide attentive and adapted follow-up to each participant. Their expertise ensures quality learning, respecting the needs and abilities of each individual. Moreover, these camps offer a unique experience of sharing and discovery, allowing young people to create bonds with participants from around the world. Beyond the sporting aspect, these encounters promote personal enrichment and the discovery of new cultures.

In addition to the technical aspect of the game, football camps in France also emphasize the tactical aspect of football. Participants learn to develop their game intelligence, understand strategies and tactical schemes, while refining their individual and collective skills.

Football camps for girls in France

In France, football camps are not exclusively reserved for boys. On the contrary, these programs also welcome girls eager to practice football and improve their skills in an inclusive and stimulating environment. Whether for beginners looking to learn the basics of the game or for experienced players wishing to improve, there are football camps specially designed to meet the needs of girls of all levels and ages.

Like the French women’s team, which continues to progress, women’s football is celebrated in France. Football camps for girls reflect this evolution, offering learning and development opportunities in an adapted and respectful environment. Supervised by sports educators trained to work with children and teenagers, these camps guarantee personalized support, taking into account the specificities of girls’ development and playing style.

One of the most important aspects of these football camps for girls is their commitment to gender equality. By encouraging girls’ participation and offering them the same opportunities as boys, these programs help break stereotypes and promote inclusion in sport. Every child, whether boy or girl, is encouraged to thrive and progress at their own pace, in an environment where talent and dedication are the only criteria for success.

Whether signing up for a mixed camp or a camp specifically for girls, registration for the camp is open to all. Young girls passionate about football thus have the opportunity to experience an enriching experience, where they can develop their technical, tactical, and physical skills, while sharing their passion with other players who share the same interests.

In France, women’s football is thriving, and football camps for girls play an essential role in this dynamic, offering young players the opportunity to realize their potential and contribute to the evolution of this exciting sport.

France, an ideal place for summer holidays

France, a true jewel of Europe, attracts millions of visitors from around the world every year for its picturesque landscapes, cultural richness, and numerous activities. Whether during the summer or winter holidays, this country offers an unforgettable experience for all children in search of adventures, discoveries, and moments of relaxation.

Tourism is a pillar of the national economy and testifies to France’s undeniable appeal as a holiday destination. In 2022, the country welcomed no less than 75 million international tourists, attracted by the diversity of its regions and the richness of its heritage. From June to August, 9.9 million visitors strolled through the streets of the capital, while the Île-de-France region was the starting point for 11.8 million French tourists since the beginning of 2023. The south of France, with its sunny beaches, picturesque villages, and Mediterranean way of life, remains a popular destination for the summer holidays.

But France is not limited to its tourist attractions. It also offers a multitude of activities and camps for children during the summer holidays. Whether to practice a sport, discover new passions, or immerse themselves in French culture, the options are endless. Football camps are offered throughout the country, offering young footballers the opportunity to improve their skills while enjoying their free time. These programs, available with half board, ensure professional supervision and a friendly atmosphere where children can flourish and have fun safely.

In addition to sports activities, France offers a plethora of social and cultural activities to entertain children during their summer holidays. From museum visits to outdoor excursions, including local festivals and street entertainment, there is something for every taste and desire. These moments of relaxation and discovery contribute to enriching the experience of summer holidays in France, leaving unforgettable memories for children and their families.

Paris, the city of football

Paris, the French capital, is much more than just a city. It is a true bastion of football, a territory where some of the greatest talents of international football come together. With its sports stays and football camps, Paris offers young enthusiasts a unique opportunity to improve their skills in an environment rich in history and football tradition.

Paris Saint-Germain, one of Europe’s most prestigious clubs, offers football camps in the Parisian suburbs, giving young players the opportunity to train in the club’s top-notch facilities. Supervised by qualified coaches, these camps allow participants to benefit from quality teaching and progress in their football practice.

The Parc des Princes, the iconic stadium of Paris Saint-Germain, is a place steeped in history and passion for Parisian supporters. Located in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, this mythical stadium has witnessed numerous glorious moments for the club. With a capacity of approximately 48,712 seats, the Parc des Princes has been the stage for PSG’s exploits since its construction in 1972. Over the years, it has undergone several renovations to offer supporters a unique experience during matches. With its electric atmosphere and vibrant stands in the club’s colors, the Parc des Princes remains an iconic venue in French and European football.

Île-de-France, the region which includes Paris, with its 12,000 km2 of territory, is a true breeding ground for talent. Many world-renowned players have grown up in this region, including Paul Pogba, N’Golo Kanté, Blaise Matuidi, Kingsley Coman, Presnel Kimpembe, Anthony Martial, Wissam Ben Yedder, Riyad Mahrez, and many more. Kylian Mbappé, one of the rising stars of world football, also made his debut in Bondy, a suburb of Paris.

More than a third of the 2018 World Cup champions are from Paris, and according to Le Figaro, 6% of players from the five major European championships were trained in the Paris region. This demonstrates the crucial role that Paris plays in the development of high-level football.

In addition to professional clubs, Paris also houses a vast network of amateur clubs, among the largest in the world, with no less than 270,000 licensees out of the 2.2 million registered by the French Football Federation. This density of clubs and players contributes to making Paris a true football capital, where passion and commitment for this emblematic sport reign.

France, a sports nation where football reigns supreme

Football occupies a prominent place in the hearts of the French people, but it does not reign alone in the French sports landscape. Indeed, the country is home to multi-sport athletes at the highest level in a multitude of disciplines, ranging from gymnastics to basketball, rugby, handball, and many others.

In the field of handball, the French team made history by becoming in 2017 the first team to win six world titles, in addition to four European titles and three Olympic titles. This unprecedented domination has propelled handball to the ranks of the most popular sports in France, with players like Nikola Karabatic becoming true national icons.

Rugby is also an emblematic sport in France. World-renowned players like Antoine Dupont contribute to shining the spotlight on French rugby on the international stage.

Les Bleus on top of the world

Obviously, football remains the number one sport in France with a dominant national team. With two World Cup victories in 1998 and 2018, as well as several memorable finals, including Euro 2016 and the 2022 World Cup. Iconic players such as Griezmann, Varane, and Giroud have contributed to writing the most beautiful pages of recent French football history, inspiring a whole generation of young footballers across the country.

However, the commitment of the French Football Federation (FFF) is not limited to men’s football alone. Indeed, the FFF also invests heavily in the development of women’s football, thus helping to propel the French women’s team to the forefront of the international stage.

Beyond success on the field, the commitment of the French Football Federation to women’s football also helps promote values of inclusion, equality, and respect within the sports community. By investing in youth and encouraging the practice of football among young girls, the FFF actively participates in building a future where sport is accessible to all, regardless of gender.

Why attend a football camp in the summer?

Summer offers an optimal environment for self-improvement and achieving sports goals. Studies have shown that testosterone levels, a crucial hormone for muscle building and athletic performance, peak during this season. This means that it is easier for young players to refine their skills and improve their technical abilities during the summer, making it the ideal time to participate in a football camp and refine their game.

Moreover, when the sun is shining and the days are longer, motivation and energy are present to engage in a sports routine. Natural light and the warmth of the sun can boost energy levels and provide a renewed motivation to train. Take advantage of this positive energy to intensify training sessions and progress rapidly in your football journey.

Furthermore, moderate exposure to the sun during the summer has health benefits, including promoting the synthesis of vitamin D. This vitamin is essential for bone health and the proper functioning of the immune system. During the school holidays, young footballers can therefore enjoy the sunny weather to spend time outdoors and benefit from this natural vitamin D, contributing to their overall well-being and sports performance.

Why attend a football camp in the summer in France?

Summer offers a variety of activities, enriching the football camp experience. In addition to intensive training sessions on the field, young footballers have the opportunity to participate in many complementary activities. These activities may include swimming sessions to improve physical fitness, fun games to strengthen teamwork, or excursions to discover the surrounding region. Thus, football camps in the summer offer a comprehensive and rewarding experience for children, well beyond simple training on the field.

Moreover, football camps in summer are usually organized in well-equipped sports complexes, offering all the facilities necessary for quality training sessions. These complexes often have impeccable football fields, gymnasiums for physical exercises, as well as other facilities such as swimming pools and recreational areas. The presence of such equipment ensures an environment conducive to the development of young footballers’ skills.

Another major advantage of summer football camps is that they are organized during the school holidays. During this period, children have more free time and are more available to fully devote themselves to their passion for football.

Furthermore, parents can more easily plan their children’s participation in these camps, as they do not have to juggle school schedules and other commitments.

Finally, summer football camps are supervised by qualified and experienced educators, who are there to guide and support young footballers in their progression. These educators not only bring their technical and tactical knowledge of the game, but they also serve as inspiring role models for children, encouraging them to give their best and strive for excellence on and off the field.

 

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