El Fraile football ground to have major renovation

EL Fraile will have a football field with fully renovated facilities, once the comprehensive, modernisation works at Dionisio González are completed.

Arona Council has put the works out to tender this week under the #AronaAvanza programme, promoted by Mayor José Julián Mena.

It has boosted the municipality’s investment, in the first half of 2018, to the same level as the whole of last year, and the total sum of the previous three.

The Dionisio González complex, home of UD Ibarra, has already had several improvements, with the replacement of its artificial turf.

This tender, which pushes the investment to 1.1m euros, will also benefit many of the facilities that have become obsolete, after several years without improvements.

The project, drafted after a study by the architect and engineering company Makin Molowny Portela, includes both the improvement and expansion of changing rooms for equipment and storage space, as well as the gym, laundry, canteen and toilets, plus an adapted bathroom.

The project also includes a new health-care and massage room, a media room and a covering on the main stand, as well as the incorporation of solar panels, and the renewal of the club’s electrical installation.

Once this is completed, the Council will undertake other work there, such as the placement of seats and markers.

Mayor Mena said: “The City Council of Arona, through the board of sports, has made a very important investment in the last three years, in the modernisation of our local facilities, since we are a municipality with a great sports base.

“We want to give impetus to this, so that the teams and fans of Arona see real, tangible support from their Council, investing in quality facilities.”

Mena added: “Among these investments are the replacement of artificial pitches, and the installation of a public-address system and seats, as well reforms like this one and that of the Valle San Lorenzo football field.

“There, we have also given a new impetus to the sports hall’s works, as well as the blueprint for the Cabo Blanco sports centre, where we will continue working in the coming months.”


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