The Association for the Development of Youth Sports (ADDJ) was founded in 2003 by a group of graduates in Sports Sciences with the aim of developing an appropriate intervention among young people, namely through sports projects in a school context.
ADDJ has a strongly educational approach, adapted to the levels of performance and oriented towards the development of the individual and social capacities of young people. It has a team of qualified trainers and subject to a continuous training program and regular assessments.
At the time, ADDJ continues to work with several schools with different sports (tennis, karate, indoor football) and manage a tennis school in a club.
ADDJ develop projects with a strong educational component and especially aimed at young people (between 4 and 16). It has among its objectives:
– “Promote the development and dissemination of educational and socio-educational activities in the context of leisure activities, holiday camps, teacher training and other educational activities”; – “Integrating young people into society through the practice of sport to avoid social exclusion”; – “Promote and support sporting events and encourage physical activity in an appropriate sociocultural context”.