Ascoli, the birth of Neri Winter Cup ecological areas: “We want to create a greater sense of belonging”

Ascoli, the birth of Neri Winter Cup ecological areas: “We want to create a greater sense of belonging”

According to the club’s official website, This morning in Ascoli the presentation of the 1st issue of “Winter Ecological Regions” took place., a tournament organized by the Juventus Club for the under 14 category, which will take place on 28 and 29 December and will feature Salernitana, Spezia, Alcione, Fornacette and Savio, as well as Marche. The tournament will be monitored by My Soccer Player cameras.

“We want the Youth Sector to grow with a focus on the learning and development of boys. Vice President Youth Sector Andrea Passeri – The Ecological Regions of the Winter Cup is the first stage of a long journey towards building an important future. The tournament is attended by the companies closest to the “Ecological Districts” project, a brand that is present in many realities of the Italian territory; the aim is to place Ascoli and the village of Picchio at the center of the youth movement.” He is echoed by Matteo Patti, technical coordinator of the youth sector: “We want to involve the entire Marche region, we are only at the beginning, we have started a machine that will soon be operational. The area is responding well, I mean all brands, not just Ascoli Piceno.”

Space then and to words President Carlo Neri: “Ascoli represents a powerful driving force behind the economy of the city and the region, we serve the local economy and this tournament gives a glimpse of a club that is on the path of the future in terms of the youth sector. Del Duca’s average attendance hasn’t been this high for years, and despite economic hardships, we’ve brought back the passion. Passion is life, dynamism and a sense of belonging.”

Completes CEO Domenico Verdone: “Today we present a tournament much desired by Andrea Passeri that gives prestige to our youth sector, an area that is growing exponentially in terms of numbers, just think of those that the women’s teams or grassroots activities have achieved. The aim is to create men before they become footballers by instilling in them the values ​​of sport and the spirit of belonging.”

Source: Tutto Mercato Web

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