Wales boss Chris Coleman in Connah’s Quay on Saturday to open ‘The Quay 3G’
The Wales national team manager Chris Colman is set to officially open The Quay 3G.
The ex-premier league footballer turned manager will cut the ribbon on the state-of-the-art artificial football pitches which have been funded by the Football Association of Wales (FAW), gap Connah’s Quay Nomads and an investment from north Wales based recruitment firm, gap personnel.
Coleman will be joined by FAW President, David Griffiths and all players for the gap Connah’s Quay academy for the official opening on Saturday 23 January.
The new pitches have been used by more than 5000 football players from teams across Flintshire along with gap Connah’s Quay academy teams since opening late last year.
The half a million pound facility has been funded with £350,000 from the Football Association of Wales (FAW) and the UEFA Hat Trick Programme alongside a £150,000 investment from gap personnel.
The official launch takes place on Saturday 23rd January at 2pm at The Quay 3G facility inside the grounds of Connah’s Quay High School on Golfyn Lane.
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