The Royal Society informs that the Matigoxotegi and Cesar Benito fields, both located in Donostia, will be renovated in the coming months thanks to the agreement reached between the Royal Society and the city council. Jokin
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Goia, Mayor of Donostia-San Sebastián, explain that both actions are necessary for the city and for the development of grassroots and women’s football.
In Matigoxotegi they will change the artificial grass, which currently presents an evident state of deterioration. They will also take advantage to replace the irrigation system: pipes, cannons, pumps, programmer and the execution of a tank. The company Obras y Pavimentos Especiales will be the winner of the contract. The project has a cost of 276,592 euros. The term to carry out the works, once the contract is formalized, will be two months.
Benedict Work will be carried out to improve the flatness of the asphalt and above all to correct the historical unevenness in the northeast corner of the field. The forecast is also to install a new artificial grass.
Aperribay has thanked the collaboration shown by the City Council for the reform of these two fields so important for grassroots football in the capital. This double remodeling is considered “great news for our young people”, says the realistic president, who sets himself the objective of bringing “sport to the entire society of Gipuzkoa, facilitating its practice in its different categories and ages”.
For its part, Goia has underlined “the good disposition” shown by Real, “the city’s benchmark football club”, which “in difficult times has decided to pitch in so that two benchmark football pitches that needed improvement can be renewed”.