World News – UK – Leicester City Make a historic move to a new Seagrave training ground


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– Leicester City will move to new training ground in Seagrave, North Leicestershire. First team players will train in the new world class facility for the first time on April 24th. December – LCFC Chairman Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha welcomes « Most Significant Investment » – Former First Team Training Facility on Belvoir Drive to become the home of the LCFC women

The First Team crew will attend their first training session at the new Seagrave site on Christmas Eve after the completion of a spectacular facility that marks a significant advance for the King Power International-owned club.

Under construction since Spring 2019, Leicester City Football Club’s training ground, Seagrave, is the latest in a series of transformation investments that King Power and the Srivaddhanaprabha family have made since taking over Leicester City in 2010. The 180 acre site features:

– 21 playing areas including 14 full size playing fields – 499 seats, floodlit show playing field – The Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha building – the site’s primary training, medical and administrative center for the First Team and Academy – Elite Standard Sports Science and Medical Facilities – Customized Fitness and Hydrotherapy Facilities – The King Power Center – the central point of the site which houses an indoor plaza and media center – Sports Turf Academy for training and developing industry leading field staff – Private 9-hole -Golf course

After the first team has moved to the location, Seagrave will be home to all of the club’s professional and academy football operations for men in the coming weeks.

The club is also pleased to announce that its current facility on Belvoir Drive – Leicester City’s training ground for nearly 60 years – will now be home to LCFC Women. The club’s women’s team, which was acquired by LCFC last August, turned professional last summer and is currently leading the FA Women’s Championship. It will move into Belvoir Drive before the turn of the year.

Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha, Chairman of the City of Leicester, said: “The club has made some tremendous progress over the past 10 years. In terms of our long-term future, this is perhaps the greatest.

“A new practice area has been a dream for many years. We were able to achieve this with great pride. Seagrave will be a central part of the club’s operations for future generations.

“Of all the investments we have made in the club, this has been our most significant. It is an investment in our players of today and our players of tomorrow that puts some of the best facilities in the world at the center of their everyday environment. It takes the club’s offering for its players and employees to a whole new level and is a key component in shaping our progress over the past few years.

“Belvoir Drive has served the club wonderfully and has been a spiritual home for the Leicester City teams for generations. Becoming the home of LCFC Women is a fine legacy for a historic place. The investments we have made over the past 10 years have made it an excellent professional training place from which to continue its considerable development. ”

Leicester City first revealed plans for a new training ground in early 2018, two years after winning the Premier League title in one of the greatest stories in professional sport history. The project was intended to be part of a legacy for the most successful period in the club’s history and ensure that the Foxes could realize their late owner Khun Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha’s dream of being a consistent competitive force in the upper reaches of English football.

Work in Seagrave began in spring 2019 and transformed the site of the former Park Hill golf course into one of the most modern sports facilities in the world.

The city’s first team will train for the last time on Belvoir Drive on Wednesday before operations move from Christmas Eve to Seagrave. The Foxes, runner-up in the Premier League, host Manchester United on Boxing Day at King Power Stadium.

The building is the main center of the Seagrave site and is named after the late chairman and patriarch of the club. An elite training facility was a central feature of Khun Vichai’s vision for the club, which has now been realized under the guidance of his son Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha.

The building includes all facilities for the club’s professional men’s teams, football operations, offices, private accommodation, restaurants and first team recreation. The balconies overlook the first team’s training grounds.

The King Power Center is the most famous structure at the site. The spectacular dome, which is built into the landscape, houses an air-conditioned artificial turf and a media center with a press conference room, broadcasting systems and hospitality area.

A 499-seater, limited-use show pitch, including select FA Youth Cup, PL2, and LCFC women’s games, served by designated changing rooms and a broadcasting area.

A unique facility for the training and development of elite ground personnel and ground services. The STA will aim to train future generations of soil professionals for use in sports environments around the world while creating a research and development center for innovations in turf management.

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