The Prime Minister stressed the need to invest in sports infrastructure which will contribute to developing the athletes’ talents and training highly-qualified staff.
I hope that such investments will be undertaken all over the country, and that today’s event will serve as the first step on the road leading towards this goal he added.
In addition, he informed that the centre will also be made available to footballers who will ultimately play in Legia’s first team, other Ekstraklasa football clubs and top European clubs. This initiative is meant to promote sport among the youngest generation and to contribute to the development of sport infrastructure.
Young people’s ability to achieve success will depend on the professionalism of their training said the head of the government.
The Center will consist i.a. of: the Football Academy, LegiaLab Research and Development Centre, 6 full-sized football pitches and premises for start-up companies in the field of sports.