The Manning Passing Academy announced its first ever football clinic and camp for women and girls this summer.

The Manning family says they want to provide women and girls with the same opportunity to learn the game as they’ve done for boys for the last 23 years.

Archie Manning founded the Passing Academy in 1996, and it's been held on the campus of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux ever since. Thought it's called a "passing academy", the event coaches and trains four different positions; quarterback, running back, wide receiver, and tight end.

The camp is taught and coached by the Manning Family, as well as other current and former NFL and college football players.

Tuition for the Academy is $550 for day campers, and $750 for overnight campers. Registration is open now, with details here:

The Manning Passing Academy will take place the weekend of June of 25th and 26th on the Nicholls campus.

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