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PSG Reveal Images Of Their New Training Centre

Matching the ambition of the Ligue 1 side, Paris Saint-Germain have unveiled rendered images of their new €300 million training centre, which is currently under construction, with the plan being that it will host the men’s and women’s first teams and the academy from the 23/24 season.

With focus on a bright future, the construction site of Paris Saint-Germain’s new state-of-the-art training facility in Poissy is progressing rapidly. The construction of the ultra-modern complex will offer young people from the Training Centre and professional players the best possible conditions to express their potential.

Planned to accommodate up to 180 athletes, the site will house the men's and women's training centres, where the champions of tomorrow will be spread over the 140 beds of the training area. Professionals will also have access to an exceptional living space, with 43 rooms fitted out to accommodate them, therapeutic swimming pools, a "Performance" area, and much more.

The work is currently concentrating on the structure of the professionals' building and on the framework of the logistics building, the creation of heated hybrid lawns for the football pitches in the professionals' area and the start of the foundations for the spaces dedicated to training and pre-training, including the emblematic Club House central point of the site.

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The environmental ambition, the cornerstone of the project, is also being implemented. The renaturation of the site is continuing with a new phase of planting several hundred trees, in accordance with the objective of 4,000 trees planted, as is the development of the ecological zone in order to preserve biodiversity.

In accordance with the club's desire to serve its communities, the Paris Saint-Germain Foundation will move into the training centre to continue its action in favour of the youth of Île-de-France. The Foundation, as well as part of the Paris Saint-Germain Association, will also be present at the training centre from 2023.

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The venue has been dubbed PSG's very own ‘sports city’ and will be built by Parisian architects Wilmotte & Associés.

Daniel Jones

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