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Płock Football Academy

Płocka Akademia Piłki Nożnej (Płock Football Academy) starts in September. The Academy will cover training of children and teenagers from the Płock schools and its idea is education through sport in the spirit of fairplay.
- The purpose of the Academy is to awaken the interest in sport. We want to combine learning with practicing sports for the talented teenagers coming from different environments – Mayor Andrzej Nowakowski presented the general assumptions of the Academy in this way.
The details of the program were introduced to the journalists by Marek Bębenista, the Director of Education and Culture Department, and Zbigniew Mierzyński, trainer and coordinator of the Academy. The training program is a pyramidal system because 5 primary schools and two junior high schools will take part in the project.
At the level of high schools, the training will be conducted by the Sports Championship School at ZST. This year, the training will start in classes 1 to 4 of primary schools and in class 1 of junior high schools. Training in Wisła Płock commences in the 4th year of the primary school. Maciej Wiącek from Wisła Płock did not keep secret that apart from the educational advantages of the program, the purpose of the club is to train as many sportsmen as possible who, in a few years time, will play in the main team. The program has been planned for 3 years and approx. 1600 football fanatics will take part in it.
The following schools will participate in the program:
1. Primary School no. 3 in Płock.
2. Primary School no. 5 in Płock.
3. Primary School no. 12 in Płock.
4. Primary School no. 17 in Płock.
5. Primary School no. 22 in Płock.
6. Junior High School no. 4 in Płock.
7. Junior High School no. 12 in Płock at the Technical Schools Complex. 
8. High School (Sports Championships School) at the Technical Schools Complex.
The benefits of the project implementation:
1. Creation of a generation of cultural supporters in the spirit of fairplay.
2. Creation of values and pro-social attitudes of children and teenagers through sports activities.
3. Integration of local environment around the idea of participation in sports activities.
4. Management of spare time for children and teenagers coming from different environments - a harmonious cooperation between educational links: home – school – housing estate playing field.
5. Convenient infrastructure – the use of the Municipal Stadium, the Wisła Płock Stadium, school playfields and halls as well as the expansion of the training base, with particular focus on the ORLIK 2012 program.
6. Clear concept of training based on the school system and the Wisła Płock sports club.
7. Popularization of active and healthy lifestyle.

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