"It carries my name, the Clayton Ince Sport Academy, because of the World Cup and the reputation I have back home," Ince, who is ploughing time and money into the project, told the Sunday Mercury.
"I'm proud of myself and what I did so I just want to let the kids know that if they work as hard as that and put their mind to it then they can achieve whatever they want.
"The most important thing for me is getting kids out of crime and idleness and getting them into using the skills that God gave them to do a good job and be successful.
"I've got support from Dwight Yorke, Shaka Hislop and Dennis Lawrence at Swansea and when the time is right they will go back home and help.
"The most important thing is helping the youngsters to develop and if we could find the new Dwight Yorke then even better!"