Cyrille de la Morinerie, edited by Manon Fossat 10:35 a.m., February 11, 2022

In less than two years, PSG will have a brand new training center in Poissy, in the Yvelines.

A titanic project on an area of ​​10,000 m2, which is in full swing and the cost of which amounts to 300 million euros.

For the first time, the club agreed to open its doors and Europe 1 was able to visit it.


PSG face Rennes this Friday evening for a crucial match four days before the clash against Real Madrid in the knockout stages of the Champions League scheduled for next Tuesday.

The Parisian club which will be equipped in less than two years now with a brand new training center in Poissy, in the Yvelines.

For the first time, the club has opened the doors to this titanic 300 million euro project.

Europe 1 makes you discover it.

17 future football pitches

After having put on boots, a helmet and crossed a gate, here we are on a huge field of more than 74 hectares, in the company of the real estate director of PSG Nicolas Ramillon.

"We see the building of professionals and the four floors already built," he explains.

A space of 10,000 m2 in which we will soon find a changing room, a restaurant, but also spacious rooms for the players.

Because the PSG has neglected no detail.

"We were inspired by what was being done elsewhere, but above all we wanted to have a center adapted to our needs. In our hearts, it will be one of the most beautiful and one of the top centers in Europe", he rejoices.

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Produce the club's own pear juice

Here, the grass is being planted for one of 17 future football pitches, some of which will be heated to resist frost.

We then cross a river which adjoins a vegetable garden but also an orchard full of pear trees, as revealed by Perrine Nollet, project manager.

"We have an orchard of more than 2.5 hectares and we hope to be able to make pear juice with it," she says.

If all goes well, Lionel Messi's teammates should settle in their new Eden in 17 months.