During the coaches' tour, the training staff will help to develop a system of football academies in Asia to promote football.
Polo added that Juventus merchandising will push forward with soccer education in the form of a Juventus University, academies and summer camps.
"The Juventus university will open in June and it will train coaches to play the Juve way. Before summer camps can start, the coaches must be trained the Juve way so that 10-12 year olds will learn discipline, technical and tactical methods, and the history of the club.
Academies will open in September and kids will participate twice a week to train to be future pros. Sixty academies will open all over Italy that will be coached by Juventus-trained staff. The academies will be extended to Canada then to Asia.
During summer there will be camps for kids to play football for fun and learn more about the game. THe first to be run by Nike and Juventus will start in mid-June in the mountains near Turin. In the summer of 2005, these camps will be extended to Asia and other parts of Italy."