- Which clothes do I need?
- For the AC Milan Mountain Camps should I bring with me a K-way (rain-jacket)?
- Is laundry service included?
- Do I need sun cream if I choose a seaside resort like Jesolo Lido or Lignano Sabbiadoro?
- Is there always someone who watches over me?
- If my parents would like to spend their holidays in same period, may they stay in the same hotel as mine?
- I can’t play soccer, may I attend AC Milan Academy Camp?
- Football shoes?
- What do I have to do if I suffer from allergies, intolerances or if I have to remember to take medication every day?
- Do I have to provide and Individual Insurance for the costs of hospitalization?
Which clothes do I need?
Throughout the week you will be wearing the AC Milan sport kit. Hence, you will only need many changes of underwear (you’ll take showers after every training session – two per day) as well as swimming-pool cap, mules, bathrobe/towel, goggles, bath foam and shampoo. If you attend the AC Milan Academy Camp in Cortina d’Ampezzo or Asiago Montain Plateau – Gallio, all you need is a k-way and a sweatshirt, because if it rains the temperature becomes very low.
For the AC Milan Mountain Camps should I bring with me a K-way (rain-jacket)?
Yes, it is necessary and highly recommended to bring a K-way (rain jacket). AC Milan from 2011 no longer provides K-way (rain Jacket) in the AC Milan Academy sports kit ; therefore, because it is likely that there will be some days of rain, we strongly encourage families to give the boys a k-way so they could train even under the soft rain. This applies to those who choose the mountain locations of Cortina d’Ampezzo and Asiago Mountain Plateau – Gallio.
Is laundry service included?
No, but if you want to request it you can ask the hotel reception. This service is not included in the AC Milan Academy Camp fee and its cost depends on the kind of underwear. The AC Milan Academy Camp fee includes only the sport kit washing.
Do I need sun cream if I choose a seaside resort like Jesolo Lido or Lignano Sabbiadoro?
Yes, you do. You’ll take two training sessions per day in the sun, and then in the afternoon you’ll relax by the swimming-pool and, when you train in the evening (only in Jesolo), you may spend the afternoon at the seaside.
Is there always someone who watches over me?
Yes, of course! Throughout the day and at night Sporteventi’s coaches and female guardian will be always at your disposal.
If my parents would like to spend their holidays in same period, may they stay in the same hotel as mine?
Yes, but they don’t have to interfere with your life at the AC Milan Academy Camp. We have entered into special arrangements with Hotel Alaska in Cortina d’Ampezzo and Hotel Gaarten in Asiago Montain Plateau – Gallio.
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I can’t play soccer, may I attend AC Milan Academy Camp?
Yes, of course! The only requirement is your enthusiasm and desire to spend time with guys your age.
It is necessary to have a pair of football boots with studs categorically in plastic (the AC Milan kit in fact does not include football boots) already broken in in order to avoid any blisters.
What do I have to do if I suffer from allergies, intolerances or if I have to remember to take medication every day?
It is important to bring to the Sporteventi secretarial staff’s attention, before starting the camp, any allergies, relevant intolerances and any probable medication which the camper has to take while attending the camp; this is possible when registering on line under the voice “Notes”, or by sending a mail to the secretarial staff (firstname.lastname@example.org); it would be useful to remind the person in charge when checking-in.
Do I have to provide and Individual Insurance for the costs of hospitalization?
As usual and obligatory under the Club (AC Milan) we provide two type of insurances.
- Civil Responsibility Insurance (civil liabilities) with a maximum cover of 3.000.000 euro
- Individual Insurance for accidents covering a maximum of medical expenses equal to 2.000 euro (teeth max. 700 euro)
The first insurance is suitable for all the campers, and covers the risk in the case of something that could happen to the children because of lack of attention by staff or bad behavior of other children etc…
The second one, is suitable in particular for Italians, because it covers the expenses of hospitalization because of injuries from playing soccer for a maximum amount of 2000 euros (so not for illnesses). But for the Italian Campers the National Health system of Italy covers all the expenses of the hospitalization for injuries and illnesses, so the insurance could be used to refund the expenses for private cares after the hospitalization (max 2000 euros).
But for the children who are not Italians the National Health system of Italy doesn’t cover the expenses for hospitalization (caused by injuries or illnesses), and the costs of the hospitalization are very high in these cases, and they are charged directly to the families.
So we strongly suggest to the families of not Italian campers to provide an additional individual insurance, as the one everybody pays when abroad in vacation, just cover these expenses in case something bad happen, and just for the period of the child’s staying in Italy.
In general, the travel agencies or specialized internet insurance companies provide this kind of insurances for 20-30 euro a week (than it depends on the amount of the expenses covered by the Insurance).