AFC Bournemouth are going to start work on their new training facility, The club have announced.
The plan got the go ahead in 2017 and the state of the art training centre will come up at the former Canford Magna Golf Club site. The Cherries currently play at the Vitality stadium, the smallest stadium amongst the Premier League clubs.
Plans are being chalked out for the training centre and once done it will be then needed the approval of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council. Eddie Howe recently stated the need for a bigger stadium and it seems his wish is going to be fulfilled very soon.
Howe said, “This is huge news for everyone connected with the club,
“It has been vitally important that we improve our infrastructure and I am delighted that the development will start as soon as the improved plans are approved.
“This world-class development will provide a legacy from the club being in the Premier League.
“It will enable us to get the best out of every single player on our books, help attract new players to the club and, crucially, improve our academy status to develop more young players who will hopefully become first team players.”
The centre will have world class amenitieswith the likes of modern fitness, sports and rehabilitation facilities, artificial turfs, ten new pitches and the list goes on.