The Adelaide Shores Football Centre is a $2.6m venue developed through a joint partnership between State and Federal Governments, Adelaide Shores, Green Play Australia and Football Federation of South Australia.
After 6 months of construction, the Adelaide Shores Football Centre was officially opened in January 2014.
The project evolved from being a modest change room block at Barrett Reserve to providing Adelaide with its first synthetic two star rated football pitch, with support from the Office for Recreation and Sport, the Federal Government combined with both the Football Federation SA and Adelaide Shores.
The venue has hosted all forms of football from semi professional and amateur men, the Westfield W-League, Women's competitions and children of all ages.
In the facility's first four months of operation it is estimated that:
The Adelaide Shores Football Centre offers:
The new facilities also provide greater capacity, so that more people can participate in sports like lacrosse, rugby (including touch) and football, and will be suitable for hosting significant tournaments.
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