Porto Canal publishes details of the project, which is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of next year
The new FC Porto Academy will be built in Maya, and construction is expected to begin in the first quarter of 2024. Pinto da Costa, during his speech at the Dragões de Ouro Gala, It has already revealed that work will begin next year Resulting from a partnership with the Maya City Council and with funding already secured. Now, Porto Channel has provided images of the project (you can see some of them above) and some additional details. According to that television station, a stadium with a capacity of about 2,500 covered seats will be built and will be able to host Second League matches, in addition to the main meetings of the youth teams of FC Porto. The complex will also feature nine official-sized grass fields (four of which hold 400 spectators), as well as a seven-a-side grass soccer field.
As for the main building, it will mainly consist of the Casa do Dragão, which is a residential space for athletes hosted by FC Porto (with 70 double rooms), and a technical sports area that includes, in addition to changing rooms for players and coaches, administrative services, a boardroom, meeting rooms and spaces for sports areas. different.
“The development of the project follows a program that responds to best practices in training young athletes,” Manuel Salgado, the project’s author, told Porto Canal. “Environmental sustainability, energy efficiency, construction cost containment and future exploration have been a constant concern.”
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