Soccer field promised artificial turf
The soccer field of Maria Jimenez in Santa Cruz has premiered the improvements made in its facilities.
During a visit to the site, the Mayor José Manuel Bermúdez held talks with the management of the San Juan Athletic about the replacement of the artificial turf of the field.
“Atletico San Juan had transferred their concern about the condition of the changing rooms and the existing problems with rain water that was accumulating inside. The city council has undertaken important work to improve the changing rooms, now as new, and also resolved the issue of flooding with the installation of a rainwater collection box,” said Sr. Bermúdez.
Accompanied by the councillors of sports and the Anaga district, Verónica Meseguer and Carmen Delia Alberto, respectively, as well as by representatives of the company that executed the works, Sr. Bermúdez recalled that, in a next phase, “we will undertake the substitution of artificial grass, which is already very deteriorated, and that will also mean a major change.”
“The first thing,” he continued, “will be to draft a project so that, throughout this year, the work can go out to tender. We will also include the installation of a fence and painting works for the area of the stands. With that we are going to leave the field in perfect condition for sports practice.”