Cumberland United Opening
Saturday, May 11 marked the official opening of the Cumberland United synthetic pitch development. The $1.1million development funded by the South Australian State Government, managed by Football Federation SA and constructed by Envirostruct and Greenplay, was officially opened by Carolyn Power MP (representing the Minister for Recreation, Sport and Racing), Nicole Flint (Federal Member for Boothby), Hon Tom Koutsantonis MP (State Member for West Torrens), Jayne Stinson (State Member for Badcoe), Nadia Clancy (Candidate for Boothby), Mayor Heather Holmes-Ross (City of Mitcham), Estelle Bowman (FFSA Vice President), Michael Carter (CEO FFSA) and Tom Schoen (President of Cumberland United).
MetroStars TK Shutter Reserve Development
The $1.4 million development funded by the State Government, managed by Football Federation SA and constructed by Envirostruct and Greenplay, is nearing completion with the synthetic pitch and associated infrastructure now complete. Installation of lights is currently being completed and will be installed by the end of the week. A great result for one of the strongest NPL Clubs.
The $6.5 million development funded by the City of Tea Tree Gully, and managed by Football Federation SA, is progressing with bulk earthworks now complete and associated stormwater and retaining walls well underway. Expected completion of the two synthetic pitches is due mid-July 2019 with the building to be completed by mid-2020. Another great project for the northeast which will pave the way for future growth.
Adelaide Comets FC, Ellis Park Facility - Grand Opening
The $3.5 million development of a new club room on West Terrace was opened on Saturday, May 4. The project managed by the Adelaide Comets FC and funded by the South Australian State Government is a shining example of development in the parklands. Congratulations to President Jim Tsouvalas and his hard-working team who have delivered this great project.