Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – In a ground breaking move, East End Lions Football Club proudly announces the arrival of a 40-ft container loaded with artificial turf, floodlights, and essential equipment earmarked for the transformation of the Trade Center field. This strategic investment underscores the club’s unwavering commitment to elevating its training and playing facilities.
The container, safely delivered and offloaded, has set in motion the commencement of operations at the Trade Center field. Club members, players, and staff are already immersed in preparations for the installation of the state-of-the-art artificial turf. Once completed, the upgraded field will offer a consistently high-quality playing surface, enhancing training sessions and providing an ideal platform for the team to showcase their skills effectively.
Notably, the equipment within the container extends beyond the turf, promising to revolutionize playing hours at the Trade Center field. Evening and night training sessions will now become a regular feature, providing the East End Lions Football Club with a distinct competitive advantage as they aim for new heights in performance.
Ambassador Anthony Navo Jr., Chairman of East End Lions Football Club, expressed his excitement about the club’s progress. He highlighted the mobilization of materials and contractors for the construction of a cutting-edge pitch at the Trade Centre playing ground. Confirming the arrival of necessary equipment and contractors in Sierra Leone, Chairman Navo emphasized the commencement of construction as a realization of a two-year promise.
“Today marks the initiation of this transformative journey, and I am delighted to witness the fruition of this project. My sincere gratitude to everyone involved, including elders, players, fans, and executives. We eagerly anticipate witnessing the final results,” stated Chairman Navo.
The initiation of pitch construction represents a significant stride for the East End Lions Football Club, reinforcing its commitment to enhancing sporting infrastructure and fostering excellence within the local football community. BT/10/2/2024