On Thursday, PSG announced that they are opening a one-hour training session to the public on February 24th at the Parc des Princes, two days before their Ligue 1 match against OM at the Velodrome. This event is part of PSG’s efforts to engage with their supporters and provide them with an opportunity to get up close and personal with the players.
The doors to the Parc des Princes will open at 4pm, and the training session will run from 5.30pm to 6.30pm. In addition, 1,000 children who are beneficiaries of the Paris Saint-Germain Foundation will be in attendance.
PSG said in the comminqué that “Paris Saint-Germain season ticket holders will be able to benefit from two invitations each and priority purchase for two additional seats. Members of the loyalty programme and all other Parisian supporters will then be able to buy their tickets to attend the training session.”
This will come two days before Les Parisiens travel back to the Orange Vélodrome, this time in Ligue 1, to face Marseille in a third Le Classique clash this season.
GFFN | George Boxall