The Korea Football Association announced on Friday that it has donated 10 million won to help build the Korea Football Center. The organization raised the money through the ‘7th World Cup Soccer National Team and Friends Charity Golf Tournament’ held in October. The charity golf tournament was attended by retired soccer players, including members of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup team, as well as people from various walks of life. “The Korea Football Center has a special significance for the future of Korean football, so we collected donations from the tournament participants with the hope of helping in some small way,” said Kim Byung-ji.
The Korea Football Center is being built on a site of about 450,000 square meters in Cheonan, Chungnam Province. It will include one stadium, 12 soccer pitches, an indoor soccer field, a gymnasium, accommodation, and office space. The Football Association launched a fundraising campaign, “Drawing Tomorrow Together,” this month to help build the center. Donations of 1 million won for individuals and 5 million won or more for corporations and 카지노사이트킹 organizations will have their names engraved on a sidewalk block or wall in the center’s plaza.