Genoa Cricket and Football Club, commonly referred to as Genoa, is a professional football club based in Genoa, Liguria, Italy. The club competes in Serie A, the top flight of Italian football.
Genoa Youth Development System
Additionally, Genoa has other youth programs as part of their development system that include: Genoa Tribe, Genoa Soccer Italy, Genoa Soccer USA, Genoa Values Cup, Genoa Summer Camp, and Genoa Juniors. Information on these programs can be found below or by clicking the links above.
Genoa Soccer – Italia
The Genoa Soccer Academy is an initiative conceived in 2009 (name acquired from the 2019-2020 sports season formerly Genoa Future Football) as an affiliation project aimed at the youth sectors of non-professional clubs at national level, with the aim of promoting football practice and spread the values of sport.
The work carried out by managers and instructors of the Soccer School has raised the standards and achieved the result of increasing the number of adhesions, together with the approval for an initiative functional to create a network of relationships with football academies rooted in the territory.
Since 2015, the Genoa Soccer Academy has forged the link with the affiliated clubs with some significant innovations, starting with widespread technical support and an enhancement of visual recognition.
The new model of the GSA is based on a systematic activity in monitoring and supporting affiliates, with the introduction of specific dedicated figures in the technical staff of the youth sector, committed to favoring exchanges and meeting the updates and needs of partners.
A further upgrade is represented by the opportunity for the companies to acquire the new Kappa Sport with the official brand.
Below all the affiliated teams of Genoa Soccer Academy
ACD Lamezia Terme
Via Scarpino snc – Lamezia Terme (Cz)
ACD Pro Novate
Via Torriani n. 2 – Novate Milanese 20026 (MI)
ACD Sammargheritese 1903
Via Garibotti 25 – Santa Margherita Ligure (GE)
ACD Termitana 1952 New
Via del Mazziere 46 – Termini Imerese (PA)
APD Pro Collegno Collegnese
Headquarters: Piazza Che Guevara, 13 – 10093 Collegno
Andora ASD Football Area
Via Marco Polo. snc – Andora (SV)
ASD Academy Barcelona
Via Roma 221 – Barcellona Pozzo di Gotto (Me)
ASD Academy Carso Sermoneta
Via del Sambuco 6 – Sermoneta (LT)
ASD ACD Bovisio Masciago Calcio
Via Europa, 2 20813 Bovisio Masciago (MB)
ASD ANPI Sport E. Casassa
Via Struppa 322 / R – Genoa
ASD Alba Roero Football Area
Via Cesare Delpiano, n. 1 – ALBA 12051 (CN)
ASD Atletico Paterno ‘
Via Clemenza 52 – Paterno ‘(CT)
Via Bongioanni 4 – Morozzo (CN)
Via Venezia, 19 – 94012 Barrafranca (EN)
Via G. Pascoli, 9 – Bompensiere (Caltanissetta)
Via Vismara 3 – 20137 MILAN
ASD Cantera Massese
Via Acqualunga 79 – Massa
ASD Castiglione di Sicilia
Via San Francesco – Castiglione di Sicilia (CT)
ASD Ceriale Soccer Project
Via Nuova, 25, 17035 Cisano Sul Neva (Sv)
ASD Cuneo FC
Via Roma 64 – Cuneo
ASD FBC Saronno 1910
Via Sampietro 71, 21047 Saronno – VA
ASD FC Meridien Larciano
Via Martiri del Padule 317 – 51036 – Larciano – Pistoia
ASD FCD Muggiò Calcio
Via Libertà 3 20835 Muggiò (MI)
ASD Football Club Napoli Nord
Via Pirandello 7 – Calvizzano (NA)
ASD Free Soccer Academy
Via Gabriele D’Annunzio 30 – Castellamare di Stabia (NA)
ASD Afragoal meeting
Southern Course 105 – 80021 Afragola (NA)
ASD Jolo Football
Piazza G.Bianchini 5 – 59100 Prato (PO)
ASD Leonzio Academy
Via Freud 6 – Lentini (SR)
ASD Libertas San Corrado
Via G. LANZA 58 / B 29122- PIACENZA
ASD Little Club James
Via dei Ciclamini 1 W, cap 16148, GENOA (GE)
Via Zorutti, 4 – Majano (UD)
ASD Megarini 2003
Via Paolo Borsellino 13 – Augusta (SR)
Via Provinciale di Montecarlo, 32 55015 Montecarlo (LU)
ASD Naples Campania tdg
cross Viale Campania 12 Torre del Greco – Naples
Corso Umberto, 141 Licata (AG)
ASD New Valle Aurelia
Via Ettore Stampini 36 – Rome
ASD OLIMPIA SANT’AGABIO 1948
MILAN COURSE n. 21 / C – Novara
ASD ONEGLIA FOOTBALL
VIA Spontone 2 – 18100 Imperia
Asd Ospedaletti Calcio
Margotta Snc Region, 18014, Ospedaletti (Im)
ASD Petrarca Calcio
Via Baden Powell snc – Arezzo
ASD Polisportiva Garino
VIA EUROPA, 25 10048 VINOVO (TO)
ASD Polisportiva Golfo del Tigullio
Corso Garibaldi 18/8 – 16043 Chiavari (Ge)
ASD Polisportiva Leukos Lazzaro
Via Agostino Plutino, 11 89062 Lazzaro
PURE AND STRONG ASD
VIA GRAMSCI 2 08100 NUORO
Via S.Martelli Castaldi 20 – Catania
ASD Real Orione Vallette
Via dei Gladioli 39 / A
ASD Roggiano New Team
87017 Roggiano Gravina (COSENZA)
ASD San Bernardino Solferino
Via San Pantaleo 2 – Genoa
ASD San Domenico Sport Club
Via San Domenico, 146 – Naples
ASD SIS Turin
VIA MONFALCONE 150. Turin
ASD Soccer Academy Piscineseriva 1964
VIA Buriasco, 10/12 10060 Swimming pool (TO)
ASD Sporting San Paolo 2019
Via Palermo 8 – Solarino (Syracuse)
ASD Sportispica “Marco Monaco”
Via Vittorio Emanuele 56 – Ispica (RG)
ASD Valle di Ottavo
Via locality Vendoia snc – Valdottavo (LU)
ASD Versilia Calcio Pietrasanta
Via Montiscendi 19 Pietrasanta – Lucca
ASD Vigor Rignano Flaminio
Via Falisca, snc – 00068 Rignano Flaminio (Rome)
ASD Virtus Tarentum Academy
Via Maturi 17 / C – 74121 Taranto
ASDC Canelli SDS 1922
Via Riccadonna 121, 14053 Canelli (AT)
Via Amedeo Nazzari – Caserta (CE)
CFFS City of Cogoleto
Via Molinetto 1 – 16016 Cogoleto (Ge)
CSC San Giorgio
via Marconi n ° 51 – San Giorgio a Cremano (NA)
CSS Tivoli 2012
Via Vincenzo Pacifici 18 – 00019 Tivoli (Rome)
FBC Final 1908
Via Brunenghi 122 Finale Ligure (SV)
FC Sport City Rome
Via Alvaro del Portillo SNC – Rome
Via Romana 161 / A Staggia Senese 53036 Poggibonsi (SI)
ASD Lions Soccer
Via Mercalli Snc – Sant’Antimo (NA)
Polisportiva Libertas Capaci
Via F. Magellano 127 – Carini (PA)
Polisportiva Maristi ASD
Via Fratelli Maristi 2 – 80014 Giugliano (NA)
San Frediano Calcio ASD
Via Di Mezzo Nord SNC – Cascina (PI)
SPD arl Country Sport Avellino
C.da Valle Santa Caterina, snc – Avellino
SSD Santa Sofia Calcio Licata
Via Aidone 2 – Licata (AG)
SSDRL Rapallo R.1914 Rivarolese
Via della Libertà 134 A – 16035 Rapallo
Via Kennedy SCN – Camporosso (IM)
US Dolceacqua ASD
Via Andrea Doria 10 – Dolceacqua (IM)
US San Secondo ASD
Via Godino Delio sn San Secondo di Pinerolo (TO)
USD Campomorone S. Olcese
Begato 9, Via F. Maritano 20, 16100 Ge-Bolzaneto
Via Milite Ignoto N.247 – Castellazzo Bormida (AL)
Piazza F.lli Bandiera 7 – Bitonto (BA)
Via Mussetti 22 – Carmagnola (TO)
Genoa Soccer USA
With the Genoa Soccer Academy the club faces the US limelight where the soccer movement is booming and offers opportunities to be seized on the fly. In the USA it is the 4th most practiced sport by teenagers and is conquering an increasing number of fans.
Major League Soccer is increasing its appeal year after year and the following in terms of fans is similar to that of baseball (18%).
The Genoa Soccer Academy is a way for young talents made in the USA to live an experience in contact with the professional football of Serie A Tim, with the participation in technical internships organized in Genoa by the instructors who work in the youth sector and in the football school. .
Among its missions, the Genoa Soccer Academy takes care of bringing the Genoa training technicians on a tour that touches locations in the States to monitor the level of soccer overseas, develop scouting activities and encourage exchange with American colleagues.
The Genoa Soccer Academy is committed to consolidating the network of relationships with some of the most important football academies abroad, with the aim of encouraging affiliations to the oldest football club in Italy.
Below all the teams affiliated to the Genoa Soccer Academy USA
Genoa Cfc has started a widespread affiliation activity to create a preferential relationship with some of the main realities of soccer and rooted in the US territory. You can consult the complete list through the menu below.
Brazilian Soccer Training Center
Highlands Oaks Park (Aventura, FL)
San Francisco, California
Georgia Express FC
Johns Creek, Georgia
Monterrey, Nuevo Leon (Mexico)
Next Level Soccer Academy
Pennington (New Jersey)
Salt Lake City (Utah)
Cedar Rapids (IOWA)
Texas Eagles FC
Fort Worth (Texas)
Genoa Values Cup
The Genoa Values Cup is an event strongly desired by the Genoa Cricket and Football Club born in 2009, with the aim of entering the Genoese school fabric through multiple activities of different character, creating opportunities for meeting and study, education and fun, in the name of sport and in compliance with the values that regulate it.
The innovative concept of this project is the desire to prepare young people for sporting activity by sharing with them values that will help them grow, first as an individual and then as an athlete and sportsman, taking inspiration from the fundamental principles issued by UEFA.
The Genoa Values Cup represents a training and value reinterpretation of the classic school tournaments for classes; the participating classes of primary and lower secondary schools, public and private, are involved in the months preceding the tournament in training activities that are inspired by the Club’s Value Card. These tests are evaluated by the Organizing Commission, which determines a value ranking by category where the best placed will gain an important advantage during the elimination group stage of the tournament.
Through sporting, individual but above all as a team, children learn to value and accept any diversity, of gender, culture or religion. By acting on all these fronts, it will be easier to educate the adults of tomorrow in values that can strengthen feelings such as brotherhood, loyalty, collaboration, respect for oneself and for others.
The training activities carried out by the young people in recent years have focused on themes and topics that are always current such as: anti-racism, integration, aggregation, fair play, healthy eating, importance of the territory, bullying, doping and disability.
The Ministry of Education, the FIGC, the Provincial School Management, CONI, the Liguria Region and the Municipality of Genoa have sponsored the project in recent years.
Recently the Genoa Values Cup was awarded by the FIGC as the best initiative on the theme “Football and Lesson Hours”.
Genoa Summer Camps
Genoa Summer Camps represent a real holiday full of fun, sport and friendship.
They offer the opportunity for boys and girls to be part of a team, to discover and share the values of the oldest club in Italy.
During the camps the children will in fact have the opportunity to receive high quality technical teaching held by the highly qualified staff of the Youth Sector and the Genoa Cfc Soccer School. Basic technique, physical exercises, but also games, tournaments and lots of fun are the basis of our offer. In this way, children will be able to improve physical and technical skills in a short time, while having fun.
Sea, hills, mountains, there are many and different solutions to choose from.
Based on the choice of location, you can opt for the Day Camp solution, which provides for the return to your home at the end of the sporting activity, rather than the Full Camp with guaranteed overnight stay at the affiliated hotels.
Additional information can be found by clicking here.
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Genoa C.F.C. History
Genoa has an extensive history, and they have won the Italian Championship nine times over that history. The first championship was held in 1898, while the most recent one was in 1923–24. Genoa won their first title at that competition. Additionally, they have one victory in the Coppa Italia under their belt. Genoa are the fourth most successful Italian club in terms of the number of championships they have won over the course of their history.
Despite the fact that he was not born in the region of Genoa where the team is based, Gianni Brera (1919–92), who is considered to be the godfather of Italian sports journalism, has always stated that he is a supporter of the team. It is possible that this string of early successes was the impetus for his love that he professed for the team.
Brera even went so far as to give Genoa the nickname of Vecchio Balordo, which translates to “Old Fool” or “Cranky Old One.” Throughout the majority of its post-war existence, Genoa has spent the majority of its time bouncing between Serie A and Serie B, with two brief stints in Serie C along the way.
Since 1911, the club’s games have been played in the 36,536-person capacity Stadio Luigi Ferraris for all of their home matches. Since 1946, neighboring rivals Sampdoria have used the stadium at the same time as Juventus.