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FRAMINGHAM – Registration is now open for Inter Academy MetroWest Boston, an elite youth soccer academy that will begin this month for youth, ages 4-17 years, at the Framingham Community and Cultural Center.

This new program, a partnership between Inter-Milan, a world-renowned professional soccer club and the South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC), is an important part of SMOC’s commitment to expand access to youth enrichment and recreational programming at its newly renovated community and cultural center, 10 Roxanna Street in Framingham.

“The creation of the Inter Academy Metro West Boston is a big step forward for the development of the club’s projects all over the world, particularly in the United States,” said Futbol Club Internazionale Milano CEO Alessandro Antonello. “We are very pleased to be able to expand the Inter Academy’s brand in the Boston area, and especially to do so alongside a partner such as SMOC, which shares the values of inclusion and equality that Inter-Milan champion.”

The organization will offer scholarships to cover the participation fee for families who need financial assistance.

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“SMOC is excited to partner with Inter-Milan, an important international sports organization with a wealth of experience in developing youth soccer academies throughout the world,” explained Susan Gentili, President and CEO of SMOC. “We can’t wait to offer children and young people in our community the experience of professional coaching. This program offers a significant opportunity to teach key lessons to our children, who will learn how to pursue their own life goals, as well as the value of commitment, leadership and teamwork. We strongly believe that this project will have a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in the MetroWest community for many years.”

For more information and to register for the Inter-Milan soccer academy, visit:

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