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Take A Look Inside PSG’s New Training Campus

After over a year of construction work, Paris Saint-Germain have opened the doors on their new state-of-the-art €300 million training campus in Poissy.

As and when Kylian Mbappé has finished rubbing shoulders with the elite entertainers of the world and he returns to training along with his PSG teammates on 10 July (assuming he remains with the club beyond this summer), they will no longer head to Camp des Loges – the club’s base since 1970 – but instead will arrive at the brand new multi-million training campus in Poissy, which has now been completed and is ready for action.

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Following the reveal of rendered images of the training centre last year, the construction has now all but been completed, though it hasn’t been smooth sailing following issues with the landscape. But that’s all in the past now, and the centre has opened its doors to the media to show off all that it has to offer.

The Paris Saint-Germain Campus is the Club’s future multisport training centre which, for the first time, will group together the professional football, handball and judo teams, as well as the football and handball youth academies. The Paris Saint-Germain Campus will also have its own stadium, which will complement the Parc des Princes venue. It’s designed to fulfil all of the athletes’ requirements and stimulate their performance on a daily basis, and the aim is to make the facility a global benchmark in terms of innovation and player support.

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Daniel Jones

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