Foxes Open New State-of-the-art Centre
Posted: 24 December 2020
English Premier League side Leicester City have today started training at their new state of the art facility at Seagrave, a village at Leicestershire.
The new centre includes 21 training areas, 14 full-size training pitches and a 499-seater pitch for youth team games.
The former English Premier League Champions have invested a hefty £100m (R1.9b) into the centre, with club chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha continuing the legacy of his late father.
The administrative and medical hub is called the Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Building, and will hold facilities such as a swimming pool required by both the playing and football operations staff, while there is also room for a restaurant and areas designed for recreational activities.
The club’s manager, Brendon Rodgers will be absolutely delighted with the new facility and will be hoping to propel the club to bigger heights in the league and across Europe with the investment the club has made.
Chris Wheatley, England.