FAQ Summer camps


Will there be a medical doctor at Summer Camp and/or during training?

All training will be carried out in the presence of the doctor who will be staying at the facility and who will therefore be present 24 hours a day.

In addition, the Juventus Summer Camp medical staff are equipped with a defibrillator.

What documents shall I bring to the camp?

At Camp you shall bring 2 documents:

  • Valid medical certificate for NON-competitive sports issued by your general practitioner, or alternatively:

Valid medical certificate for competitive sports. The participant will not be able to take part in sporting activities without the certificate as required above.

  • Declaration stating the absence of infectious diseases (to be completed through self-certification by the person exercising parental responsibility in the 10 days prior to the commencement of the stay). This declaration can be downloaded from your reserved area (by clicking on the link included in the email sent to you).

How many training sessions will my child take?

There will be training sessions twice a day except for Sunday (first day) and Saturday (last day) when there will be only one session.

Who are the staff of Juventus Summer Camp?

The Juventus Camp is staffed by highly qualified technical personnel from Juventus projects. All technical staff are selected from among FIGC licensed coaches and/or graduates in physical sciences. The safety and well-being of every single participant is the priority of Juventus Camp . For this reason, we have put in place a child protection policy that every person on our staff must follow carefully durieng our summer camps. Every year, the whole team has to attend compulsory courses where the policy is explained in detail.

Are parents allowed to assist to training sessions?

It is possibile to assist to training sessions in Sestriere and Chianciano sports facility. It is not possibile to enter to Juventus Training Center in Vinovo, unless otherwise communicated by our customer center.

What should I do if my child has coeliac disease?

The Juventus Summer Camp Italy cuisine team and team are organised to handle this particular dietary requirement.

My child needs to follow a special diet for health reasons, is this possible?

Of course, all you need to do is indicate in the space provided on the registration form (in the health information) what your child’s needs are. Our experts will draw up an ad-hoc menu.

My child wears glasses and/or contact lenses, can they participate in training sessions wearing them?

If your child also wears glasses during physical activities, they must be equipped with appropriate impact-resistant protective glasses with celluloid frames and unbreakable graduated polycarbonate lenses. We have imposed this rule for the well-being of all our members: wearing glasses that are not suitable for sporting activity is dangerous not only for the wearer, but also for all the other children taking part.

If they wear contact lenses, they must be able to put them in and remove them by themselves.

Will my child be able to take home the kit they receive?

Of course, the kit is included in the registration fee and therefore stays with each participant.

My child will be attending by themselves, will they be OK?

Yes, most of the children attend our camp without friends. Children who have not registered with friends will be placed in a room together so that they can immediately make friends with their peers.