PARIS SAINT-GERMAIN have unveiled the latest designs of their training base on its new website – and it looks incredible.
The current French champions are planning to open the 74-hectare campus in 2020, which will include a judo centre and a library in Poissy.
Named Paris Saint-Germain Training Center, the base will also feature a 5,000-seater stadium that can host women and youth fixtures, including European nights, as reported by Culture PSG.
The grounds, which will include nine football fields for training purposes, are being designed to include all sports teams under PSG brand, not just football.
There is a handball pitch, along with two dojos for judokas with a physiotherapy room nearby.
The central building of the entire campus is ‘the clubhouse’ which will host a catering room for all sports players, invited teams and administration members.
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Meanwhile, there will be a 150-seater amphitheatre, available to use by those at the training centre.
But PSG are increasingly pleased with their state-of-the art campus, which will host 140 players aged between 13 and 19 for training.
The sports centre will have all the latest equipment to ensure their players are prepared for the football pitch as well as real life.
Recovery rooms and a medical area will be installed, while the younger stars will have classrooms, computers, a laboratory and living quarters so they can remain at the campus, rather than travel to and from training.