MILAN - The official presentation of the the fifth Milan Football School in Japan has taken place at a crowded press conference. 
After Oita, Komaki, Kahoku and Sakura, the Milan Junior school arrives in Tokyo starting April. The new Milan Football School is located in the Koto district, in the east of the metropolitan area of the Japanese megalopolis. The new AC Milan Soccer School offers first class facilities and is inserted in an urban environment very sensitive to sport and youth. Koto fact will be home to more than 15 events of the Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020 and is one of the few areas in Japan where the population and in particular the number of children is growing.
As in all Milan Soccer Schools in Japan a Milan Academy coach will be based there throughout the whole season. Manuel Belleri, former professional football player who played in Serie A, will be responsible for organizing and coordinating the football activities of over 500 children and young people who will wear the Rossoneri shirt according to the Integrated Method of the Milan Academy.
With the opening of the Football School in East Tokyo will be more than 2,500 young Rossoneri in Japan.