Cap Cana chosen as destination city for first ONE Concacaf Football House

Cap Cana, RD.- Concacaf today broke ground for the construction of its new state-of-the-art soccer facilities that will be developed in the Destination City Cap Cana, in the Dominican Republic.

The ONE Concacaf Football House will be built to benefit the technical development of the 41 Member Associations of the Confederation and its facilities will include multiple fields with high quality international standards, locker rooms, technical education rooms and a gym, with the possibility of expanding in the future.

The event was led by the President of Concacaf and Vice President of FIFA, Victor Montagliani, and was attended by the presidents of the Concacaf Member Associations and members of the Concacaf Council. Guests from the Dominican Republic also attended the event, including the Executive President of Cap Cana, Jorge Subero Medina, the President of the Board of Directors of Cap Cana, Fernando Hazoury, and the country’s Minister of Tourism, David Collado.

“The ONE Concacaf Football House will be an incredible asset for our Confederation and will provide enormous benefits to the football development efforts of all our Member Associations,” said Concacaf President and FIFA Vice-President Victor Montagliani.

“Having a state-of-the-art facility that we can call our own, hosting coaching licensing courses, referee development initiatives and a host of other programs and competitions, will be a big change for Concacaf and our Federations. I want to sincerely thank the 41 presidents of our Federations for their unconditional support of this project, and the local authorities of Cap Cana for partnering with us on this very important initiative,” Montagliani added.

For his part, the executive president of Cap Cana, Jorge Subero Medina, thanked the confederation for choosing this destination, through Azor Hazoury, a member of the founding shareholder family of Cap Cana, to develop such an important investment in the country, which not only represents an economic investment but will also attract new forms of tourism diversification, especially sports, with an audience of different interests but that also contribute to other sectors around tourism.

“This is what as a Destination City we want to achieve, to create a city where tourism goes far beyond sun and sand, diversifying and attracting new forms of entertainment, leisure and recreation,” he concluded.

While the Minister of Tourism David Collado said that “Thanks to the work that has been done to recover tourism in the DR, today our country is a source of confidence for investments like this one from Concacaf, which will be the most important investment in tourism.” sports of the entire region, which fills us with great pride.”

Following today’s event, construction work will continue in the coming months, with a view to the UNA Concacaf Football House opening its doors in the coming years and providing important benefits to the 41 Member Associations of the Confederation.

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The location of the UNA Concacaf Football House was selected after a rigorous process where different territories and sites throughout the Confederation were considered. Connectivity within the region, hotels, climate, security, and support from the government and local authorities, among other factors, were taken into account.

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