The Ireland Under-20s' first two matches, against England on Friday and South Africa next Tuesday, will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 4 and Sky Sports 3 respectively.
Sacca said: "The IRB Junior World Championship is the most important rugby tournament Italy has ever hosted and on behalf of FIR President Giancarlo Dondi, I would like to express our appreciation to the IRB for having this wonderful opportunity.
"The cities of Padova, Rovigo and Treviso have strong rugby culture and are proud to be hosting this prestigious event.
"We are ready and there is no doubt that everything in place from extensive broadcast coverage, superb venues and volunteers to great public interest and anticipation.
"We are determined to deliver a memorable festival of international rugby that will also deliver a tangible boost to rugby participation throughout Italy."
The class of 2011 will be looking to follow in the footsteps of more than 80 players who have graduated from the IRB Junior World Championship to the Test arena.
The IRB will be streaming 16 matches live and on-demand via the official tournament website at www.irb.com/jwc, ensuring an increased global audience can see the live action for free.
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