New FIFA-approved Football Complex to come up in Dubailand
Dubailand, the leading entertainment, retail and residential destination by Dubai Properties Group (DPG), yesterday announced to host a FIFA-approved Football Complex.
The sports project investment specialist, Corner General Trading, won the deal to bring in the facility to Dubailand. The complex will be ready by end of 2015 and will include game zones, outdoor football fields, four air-conditioned indoor football fields, fully equipped artificial grass and fan seating that allows visitors to access the facility all through the year.
The complex will further boost the existing sports portfolio of Dubailand, which at present hosts world-class events and academies including the Dubai Sports City and Arabian Ranches Polo club.
All fields are FIFA-approved, offering players with a football experience, in comparison to grassier and more temperate regions. A plot of 107,639 sq ft area, near Al Barsha South, has been allocated for construction of the football park. The area is easily accessible to all Dubailand communities including The Villa, Remraam, Layan, Al Waha and Mudon Townhouse family community.
Dubailand continues to attract millions of people each year, with more than 13 million visitors recorded last year. Dubailand hosts sporting, entertainment, leisure, shopping and residential amenities including the Global Village, Dubai Sports City, Dubai Autodrome, MotorCity, Dubai Outlet Mall and Al Sahara Desert Resort Equestrian Centre.
Posted on 22/8/2013
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