Finanzia is seeking a €1.5m grant to help it build its youth development programme.
The initiative will be aimed at providing training for young people who are eligible for the national team.
Finanzian president Stefano Motta said the fund will be used to help improve the youth football facilities in the region.
The project will be based in the city of Padua, where Finanzians will train at the National Youth Football Academy.
The academy will offer young players in a range of different disciplines from football to gymnastics.
It will be a two-year-long programme that includes youth camps, clinics and workshops.
“We need to improve the infrastructure in the youth area, but also the infrastructure that is currently in place, because in this age, it’s very difficult to do a project like this in the beginning,” said Motta.
The Finanzani government has been struggling to find new funding for youth development programmes in recent years.
In February, it approved a new €3.4m grant for a programme to help build up young people’s skills, which was announced in May.
It also awarded €500,000 in 2014 to improve sports facilities in Italy’s south.