The major league complex with the largest investment in the country is the one inaugurated by the Miami Marlins team last October, which cost US$15 million.
The shutdown in much of the Caribbean caused by the COVID-19 virus, while the Dominican Republic was open, was the gap that made Santo Domingo and San Cristobal the epicenter for the celebration of more than a hundred international matches, with the country scoring high marks as host, and that rating has yielded a top prize.
The North, Central American and Caribbean Football Confederation (Concacaf) chose the Dominican Republic as the site for the construction of a modern high-performance center that will entail the largest single foreign investment ever made in the sport on the island.
The complex will be built on an area of more than 100 square meters, with seven soccer fields, gymnasiums, administrative offices and lodging, and will require an initial investment of US$30 million. Resources already available, which Fedofútbol believes will be of greater investment, and that it is only awaiting the identification of the land so that the machinery can begin to level it.
The Major League complex with the largest investment in the country is the one inaugurated by the Miami Marlins team last October, which cost US$15 million.
This project was pursued by the 41 federations that make up the governing body of soccer in the region (from Canada to Suriname, including Costa Rica and Cuba), and the Dominican proposal won out due to facilities ranging from consular, taxes, geographic location, air connections and hotel facilities.
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