The construction of the FIFA-funded Portloko Mini Stadium is nearing completion, with the recent arrival of 90% of the imported materials. This marks a significant milestone in the project, which is set to transform the sporting landscape of the region.

Five loaded 40ft containers carrying the essential materials arrived at the Portloko Stadium, and construction is now in full swing. The imported items include rubbers, floodlight systems, carpets, a tractor, perimeter fence wires, customized glues, tape, substitute benches, corner flags, corner posts, a hundred-seater stand, ball catchers, and stadium seats.

Regional Chairman Abbdul Osman Turay personally inspected the arrival of the materials and expressed his satisfaction with the progress of the project. He commended the contractors for their diligence and commitment to delivering a high-quality stadium that meets FIFA standards.

The Portloko Mini Stadium is expected to become a hub for sporting activities in the region, providing a world-class venue for football matches, training camps, and other sporting events. It will also serve as a recreational space for the community, fostering social cohesion and promoting healthy lifestyles.

The FIFA-funded project demonstrates the organization’s dedication to developing football infrastructure across the globe. The Portloko Mini Stadium is a testament to this commitment, and it is poised to leave a lasting impact on the lives of the people of Portloko and beyond.