From Asia to Central America, the Milan Soccer School formations have achieved some excellent results in the local tournaments and competitions, evidence of the hard work carried out throughout the course of the year with the Integrated Milan Method, promoted by the Milan Academy and all under the constant supervision of the rossoneri coaches that work constantly in the affiliated soccer schools overseas. 
In particular, the Puerto Rico Milan Soccer School coordinated by coach Claudio Balesini, who triumphed in none other than 3 categories of the national championship with the Under 11s, Under 15s and girls Under-17 team, while the under 7s came second and the Under 17 boys came third. 
There was also a first appearance in an official competitive tournament for the Oita Soccer School (Japan) at the Daiki Cup Under 10 which featured some of the most important local sides. The players led by Marco Pompili came in second place out of 16 sides competing. After winning the group, the rossoneri players overcame Kings 5-4 in a thrilling match which was won in extra-time before ultimately being defeated by Deam Boys in the final played well by both teams but with a 2-1 score in favour of Deam Boys. A fabulous second place then for Oita in their debut competition where attractive football was on display along with fair play on and off the pitch. 
Milan is present across the world with 19 rossoneri Soccer Shools as part of the Milan Junior project which also includes the Milan Junior Camp, Italy Soccer Schools and all events dedicated to the Under 18 category.