The project is designed to be a complete live-in ecosystem where budding footballers would get round-the-clock care, education and training right where they are growing up.
The plans also lay out how the large-scale project would minimise any adverse effects on the environment, by using renewable building materials, harvesting rainwater etc.
1 football field uses over 1 lac lts. of water / day. we must be conscious of that and ensure that the whole site acts as a rainwater harvesting engine to charge the ground water during the monsoons. Also to ensure that no water is wasted and used across the site. pic.twitter.com/vxkUcNZPvy
The Gaurs' president said he was planning a "road trip to Europe" in March 2020 to try to gain funding for this project, but the plans got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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FC Goa, as a club, are about to face a historic milestone when they take part in the AFC Champions League this year. This will not only give their team a high level international exposure but also provide the management a continent-wide platform where their vision for the club and its developmental activities will be heard far and wide; which makes Tandon's choice to make this plan public a well-timed one.