The Classi a Rete project, started in 2017, which brings Emma Villas Siena to the schools of the city and the area, continues this year too. A project that has been enjoying great success for some time and which over the years has allowed children who attend schools to get to know the players and coaches of the Emma Villas universe.

In recent days, training was held at the Sabin school, during which the young volleyball players of the white and blue Under team dribbled together with the students of the institute. This is a way to introduce kids to the world of volleyball. The project manager is Claudio Doretti, who speaks with satisfaction of the work carried out over the years by Emma Villas with Classi a rete: “For years now – these are his words – this relationship and union has been created between Emma Villas and the schools of the territory. The collaboration has been active for a long time in schools such as Mattioli and Sabin, we also go to various other schools. This project has brought many young people closer to the sport of volleyball, many young people, thanks to Classi a rete, have decided to practice this sport and have become part of the youth sector of Emma Villas. This year Classes a rete has already arrived at the Mattioli and Sabin schools, in the latter institute we have just carried out a training session which saw the school kids and some of our Under players take to the field led by coaches Francesco Marconi and Laura Zanin. In all, twenty guys trained and they certainly had fun.”

The children from schools also usually arrive at the PalaEstra to cheer for the white and blue team during the home championship matches of Emma Villas Siena: “We have done it many times in the past and we will do it again this year – he declares to this regarding Doretti. – We have usually seen an enthusiastic response from young people, there is always the willingness to try and get involved. Projects such as Classi a rete also demonstrate the presence of Emma Villas in the area and the attention paid to younger people. When we started the project I hoped that results of this type could be achieved, but the facts proved us right. We will continue with this activity aimed at and dedicated to the younger generations.”