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Mees Palace Football Academy is focused on developing children from onset through professional and vigorous training with the sole aim of impacting basic football skills and techniques.

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    I would like to address the speculation in the media over the last couple of hours in relation to the hosting and camping of Nigeriaโ€™s U15 male football team (Future Eagles). As I have stated before, I have always taken initiatives and decisions to ensure the growth of Nigerian football, primarily through promoting youth football in the country. Having hosted U13 and U15 footballing competitions across Plateau State in the last five years, some of them which had...

    Mees Palace Football Academy will be conducting a summer training camp for kids between the ages of six to sixteen from August 8-27. Our coaching staff, who also work for professional clubs, have put together an intensive training programme for the duration of the training camp, giving players an authentic experience in a professional setting. The MPFA summer football camp is designed to improve fitness levels, technical and tactical ability and put players ahead of the competition. Whether players...

    Another unique opportunity for the Mees Palace Football Academy in Jos/Nigeria. Former German International Philipp Wollscheid shared his experiences as a player and coach in another very entertaining digital coaching clinic with coaches of Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA). Organized in partnership with Schaechter Sports and Vandyke FC, Wollscheid answered various questions from the Mees Palace coaches. As a player, Wollscheid played for Bayer Leverkusen, 1.FC Nuernberg and Mainz 05 in the German Bundesliga as well as Stoke City...

     Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) is one of Nigeria's leading Football academy in Nigeria, developing young talents, along with the lines of knowledge, skill, and the right attitude, using the most modern equipment and techniques. MPFA has been a shining light for Nigerian football in the last five years, as our players have grown to be one of the best in the country after proving themselves in major competitions within the country. Our U13s, U14s and U16s have...

    Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) will begin the defense of their Tsenba Wummen League titles this weekend as they look to get off the tracks as quickly as possible with matches slated for the National Sports commission field and NTA college field. Our U14 boys who won the league with 72 points last season will kick off their campaign against Top Free U14s while our U16s, who will be featuring two teams(๐‘ป๐’†๐’‚๐’Ž ๐‘ฉ๐’๐’–๐’†) and (๐‘ป๐’†๐’‚๐’Ž ๐‘พ๐’‰๐’Š๐’•๐’†) will square...

    Jos Chillinโ€™ Football tournament has been one of the leading youth football competitions in Nigeria for the past four years. And now, after a period of trying to get some global support, LA Liga Nigeria and CD Leganes will be part of this yearโ€™s edition.The 2021 edition of the tournament will see LaLiga provide technical support as a LaLiga Fairplay Trophy will be given to the team that commits the least fouls and also providing some merchandise...

    Ahmed Musa proved to be the difference in the top-of-the-table clash between Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) U16s and St. Monica U16s in the Tsemba Wummen League to move the team to within one match of claiming the league title. In what was an unchanged lineup from last week 2-1 win over Jeddy Academy, coach of the side Longji Mikuk kept faith with the same players, and just like he got his 40th goal last week, Musa popped...

    Mees Palace Football Academy (MPFA) U14s got back to winning ways in our matchday 21 fixture in the Tsenba Wummen league after brezeeing past St. John's College Loins' U14s, putting four goals past them. With our U14s Coach, Sapwada Yerima ringing some changes to the team that suffered the loss last weekend, the team got off to a flying start when Samuel Soja layed the ball on a plate for Destiny Lar to poke home from close range....

    Mees Palace Football Academy completed a successful activation with German Bundesliga club 1.FSV Mainz 05 in order to help further the scope of the academy in the area of youth development. The event which took place at the academyโ€™s premises in Jos, had the head of Mainz 05 international Development Coach Robin Hasenclever as the keynote instructor of the program. Hasenclever, took our boys through a session on some of the modern techniques of bringing out the best in...