AC Milan Academy Camps 2016: Cortina d’Ampezzo (Italy, Dolomites)

Next summer 2016 Sporteventi has planned 4 weeks of the AC Milan camps in Cortina d’Ampezzo – Dolomites (Italian Alps).

The dates of the prestigious football camps branded AC Milan in Cortina d’Ampezzo are the following ones:

1st week: June 19 – July 16
2nd week: June 26 – July 2
3rd week: July 3 – July 9
4th week: July 10 – July 16

The AC Milan Supervisors that will direct the training of the children during the week will be (in order):

– from June 19 to June 25: Filippo Galli
– from June 26 to July 2: Stefano Eranio
– from July 3 to July 9: Stefano Eranio
– from July 10 to July 16: Walter De Vecchi.

Below we give some information about the AC Milan Supervisor and their past and present careers.



In his remarkably long career, he participated to 15 Championships in the Serie A, playing 254 matches (217 with AC Milan, 21 with Reggiana, 22 with Brescia).

During his 13 seasons with the club, he enjoyed many domestic and international successes under managers Arrigo Sacchi and Fabio Capello, winning Serie A titles (1987-19881991-19921992-19931993-19941995-1996), 3 European Cups – Champions League Cups (1988-19891989-19901993-1994), Intercontinental Cups – FIFA World Cups (19891990), European Super Cups (198919901994), and Italian Super Cups (1988, 1992, 1993, 1994); he also scored 4 goals in 325 appearances: 3 in Serie A, in 217 appearances, and 1 in the Coppa Italia, with his final goal coming against Brescia on 4 September 1991. He was initially an important member of the starting line-up alongside team-mates Franco BaresiMauro Tassotti, and Paolo Maldini, featuring in what is considered to be one of the greatest football defense of all time. He played a key role during AC Milan’s 1987-88 Serie A triumph, as AC Milan only conceded 12 goals in 30 league games, finishing with the best defense in Italy. He was able to contribute to important victories with the club, notably helping AC Milan to keep a clean-sheet with a dominant defensive performance, as they defeated Barcelona 4–0 in the 1994 UEFA Champions League Final.

Now he is the Youth Department Technical Manager.
He is member of the AC Milan Hall of Fame.



Stefano Eranio played for the Genoa for eight seasons before he moved to AC Milan in August 1992. With AC Milan he won three Italian Championship titles (1993, 1994 and 1996), three Italian Super Cups (1992, 1993 and 1994) and he also played in two Champions League finals. The first was in 1992–93 when AC Milan lost 1–0 to Olympique de Marseille, and the second was in 1994–95 when AC Milan lost 1–0 to Ajax Amsterdam. He won the Champions League Cup 1993-1994. He added to his trophy collection with the 1994 European Super Cup.
In May 1997 he moved to the English club Derby County.

He coached for many years in the AC Milan Youth Department.



Walter De Vecchi played for AC Milan in the 1974-1975 season and from 1978 to 1981, for a total of 102 matches played for the AC Milan of Gianni Rivera’s FIFA Ballon d’Or with whom he won the Italian Championship title in 1979.

At the moment he is a coach of the AC Milan Youth Department.


Sporteventi Staff