FIFA Forward-funded Air Dome brings Mongolian players in from the cold
Construction of long-anticipated project recently completed; FIFA (https://www.FIFA.com)-funded facility provides cover for the National Team Training Centre (NTTC); “The Air Dome will serve as the launch-pad for our future success.”
When Mongolia's U-17 women’s national team entertained Hong Kong at home in a friendly international last Thursday, the hosts knew the game would go down in the nation’s football history. It was the first-ever international match in their newly-constructed Air Dome (https://apo-opa.info/3UwjAVA).
With the wind whistling and land covered in snow, the cold weather of early April is not usually a time conducive for football in Mongolia. However, with the recent completion of the FIFA-funded Air Dome and its huge structure providing cover, the players could play on the football turf at the National Team Training Center (NTTC).
“This game [against Hong Kong] was the first international match in the Air Dome,” an excited Mr.Terbaatar Dambiijav, General Secretary of Mongolian Football Federation (MFF), told FIFA.com (https://apo-opa.info/3UwjAVA).
“The match was very important for our team to prepare for the forthcoming AFC U-17 Women's Asian Cup Group B qualifier. “The Air Dome is a successful FIFA Forward project. We would like to express our heart-felt gratitude to FIFA on behalf of the MFF for its consistent support for us. This ensures that football is now available for us across all four seasons.”
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