Dubai Municipality has handed over the Humaid Al Tayer Stadium in its new format to Al Nasr Club
Dubai Municipality has handed over the Humaid Al Tayer Stadium in its new format to Al Nasr Club.
Omar Mohammed Abdul Rahman Al Bishr, director of General Projects Department at Dubai Municipality, delivered the project completion certificate of the stadium to Mohamed Ali Al Ghaithi, CEO of Al Nasr Club.
The stadium was renovated at a cost of AED21 million, taking 210 days with the cooperation of the club management, state news agency WAM.
Al Bishr said: "The stadium development project was carried out in line with the objectives of our wise government, which aims at enhancing the distinctive position of Dubai in the sports field and supporting the successful journey of sports in the UAE."
The project included a 1,400-seat structure overlooking the existing training ground. The ground floor has gates for athletes, VIPs and public and six changing rooms with toilets and other related services, referees’ room, two rooms for coaches, a room for the clinic and another one to examine the doping products, in addition to toilets for public. The first floor includes a gym, offices and a VIP lounge.For all the latest construction news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.