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Soccer stadium to be built in Country Club

By : CYNTHIA COLÓN
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Edition: July 2, 2009 | Volume: 37 | No: 26


Sports & Recreation Secretary Henry Neumann told CARIBBEAN BUSINESS that by the end of 2010 there will be a new soccer stadium built in the Country Club area of Carolina to meet growing island enthusiasm with the sport. The project is called Proyecto Gol and will cost an estimated $5 million to build.

“Soccer is currently the sport with the most growth in Puerto Rico. We are supporting the Puerto Rican Soccer Federation by providing it with property we have in Country Club,” Neumann explained.

The stadium will have a capacity for more than 5,000 spectators and will be converted into the entertainment center for all soccer games. Half the funding for this project will come from the Sports & Recreation Department and the other half will come from FIFA, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association.

Neumann also revealed there would be three soccer parks built in Aguadilla for the use of children and young adults. The parks will be constructed for competitions, soccer training and to help push the sport in Puerto Rico. This investment will cost the department $1.5 million and is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2010.

“These projects will certainly generate employment and help with the growth of the sport,” the secretary enthusiastically said.

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Gigantes de Carolina (football club)

Full name Puerto Rico Giants de Carolina
Founded 1998
Ground Roberto Clemente Stadium
Carolina, Puerto Rico
(Capacity: 12,500)
Chairman Esdras Cruz Strazzara
Manager Ricardo Romano
League Puerto Rico Soccer League




Carolina Giants are a association football club from Carolina, Puerto Rico. They were formed in 2008 as the football branch of the existing baseball side Gigantes de Carolina. They are founding members of the Puerto Rico Soccer League, the first nationwide football league on the island. They play their matches at the Roberto Clemente Stadium which is primarily a baseball venue.


Puerto Rico Soccer League

2008 Season
Carolina Giants debuted on July 6, 2008, in a game against Guaynabo Fluminense FC, which concluded with both teams tied 2-2.[1] On its second game the team defeated Tornados de Humacao five goals to one.[2] On July 19, 2008, the Gigantes won its second consecutive game against Caguas Huracán.[3] In their fourth game, the team lost to Club Atletico River Plate Puerto Rico, three goals to one.[4] On the fifth date of the tournament the team tied with Academia Quintana, with both team scoring a single goal.[5] On August 10, 2008, Carolina lost to Atlético de San Juan FC.[6] This marked the end of the league's first half, the teams would then compete against each other a second time. In the first two games of this stage, Gigantes de Carolina lost to Sevilla FC and Guaynabo Fluminense.[7] To close the regular season, the team won 1, lost 4 and tied 1 games.[8][9][10][11][12][13]
 

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Finalmente aparecen los chavos del proyecto goal yo creía que Serralta se los comio to. Tambien porfin los cabrones del gobierno suelta en el estadio nacional en country a la FPF.
 

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Los islanders jugaran ahi o se quedan en el estadio Lou Briel?
No no jugaran hay, el club esta comprometido con Bayamon y este estadio aunque seria mas moderno que el JRL seria demaciado peque~o y inaccecible al publico general. Los mas posible es que pasa lo que pasa ahora con el campo, nadie va a a jugar hay excepto los equipos nacionales que pq no juegan basicamente nadie va a jugar hay. Si algo el equipo de carolina giants jugaria hay.
 

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Soccer stadium to be built in Country Club

By : CYNTHIA COLÓN
[email protected]
Edition: July 2, 2009 | Volume: 37 | No: 26


Sports & Recreation Secretary Henry Neumann told CARIBBEAN BUSINESS that by the end of 2010 there will be a new soccer stadium built in the Country Club area of Carolina to meet growing island enthusiasm with the sport. The project is called Proyecto Gol and will cost an estimated $5 million to build.

“Soccer is currently the sport with the most growth in Puerto Rico. We are supporting the Puerto Rican Soccer Federation by providing it with property we have in Country Club,” Neumann explained.

The stadium will have a capacity for more than 5,000 spectators and will be converted into the entertainment center for all soccer games. Half the funding for this project will come from the Sports & Recreation Department and the other half will come from FIFA, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association.

Neumann also revealed there would be three soccer parks built in Aguadilla for the use of children and young adults. The parks will be constructed for competitions, soccer training and to help push the sport in Puerto Rico. This investment will cost the department $1.5 million and is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2010.

“These projects will certainly generate employment and help with the growth of the sport,” the secretary enthusiastically said.
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