Odza Football Training Centre : Rehabilitation Works Underway

The repair aims to equip the center with infrastructure to accommodate national teams in compliance with international standards.

Refurbishing works for the modernization of the Odza Football training Centre are going on at the site. The renovation work that kicked off early this week aims to equip the center with infrastructure to accommodate national teams in compliance with international standards. For now, the work going on is mostly landscaping and installation of equipment on the site. At a distance, one can see the engines ploughing the ground to attain the required level before work proper begins. The workers are committed to finish the work in 12 months according to the terms of the protocol agreement with the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT). 


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The Odza Football Training Centre is fruit of the partnership between FECAFOOT and FIFA. The structure initially set up through the Goal III FIFA Project in Cameroon will be expanded to suit the different national selections. The centre was constructed under the former President of FECAFOOT, Iya Mohamed and under the FIFA Goal project. Since then, the Odza Football Training Centre has never been rehabilitated. Despite the dilapidating state the centre has been hosting some matches of the national football championships. The centre equally hosts some national teams preparing for international competitions but under difficult conditions. The renovation work is coming at a time when efforts have been made by FECAFOOT to improve the hotel and lodging conditions of the different national selections of Cameroon. It is expected that after the renovation work, the Odza Football Training Centre will be able to meet the required standards. 


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