How to participate in the PSG Irukka talent hunt


Are you ready to give your child a life time opportunity to stardom? Irukka and Paris Saint German (PSG) presents the platform to help actualise the dream.

The organizers (Irukka) confirmed to PageOne that the talent hunt is designed to scout for young football talents between the ages of 13 and 17 years in Nigeria for further nurturing and development in France.

 The screening exercise is scheduled to hold between May and July 2017,  in 14 cities. Application form to be a part of the program is available in all UBA branches and accredited agents across the country.

Recalled that former Super Eagles and Dream Team handler, Samson Siasia was recently unveiled as the brand ambassador for the PSG Academy project.

Below are the guidelines on how your child or ward can participate in the talent hunt.

– Interested participants must be between the ages of 13-17
– Forms are available at all UBA branches nationwide at N3000 only.
– Remember to ask for your Printout and payment slip after payment.

You may reach out to the following numbers for immediate assistance: +234 8130487260, 08118194338, 09090884839 Or via Email: [email protected]

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Paris Saint Germain Academy is recognized by the French Football Federation as one of the best in the country, the Paris Saint-Germain Academy received the Category 1, Class A rating in recent seasons. A veritable centre of excellence, it meets all the standards demanded by the Direction Technique Nationale and symbolises the capital club’s professionalism and success both on and off the pitch.

It is also worthy of note that Irukka is a Musical/Sound Equipment Mall specialized in sales and delivery of wide range of quality musical equipment wares from different brands launched with a  vision to spearhead a revolution in the online and offline business domain on the continent. The company (Irukka) unveiled its partnership with Paris Saint German late last year as official partners in football development in Nigeria.