The International Football Federation (FIFA) is successfully continuing the ‘Forward-funded Project’. While actively investing and supporting the Mongolian Football Federation (MFF), it completed the construction of an air dome that can protect the National Football Team Training Center (NTTC).
The size of the air dome completed this year after the efforts of FIFA and MFF is 114m in length, 82m in width and 29m in height. Composed of a 1mm thick outdoor membrane and a 0.5mm inner membrane, it is known to be able to withstand temperatures from -45 degrees Celsius to 70 degrees Celsius.
Naturally, from November to April, the Mongolian national soccer team, where all soccer activities are suspended due to the environment dropping from minus 15 degrees to a maximum of 30 degrees, can train and play in warm indoors. In fact, the Mongolian U-17 women’s soccer team recently played a friendly match against Hong Kong at the newly built Air Dome.
Terbaatar Dambiyav (Mongolia) MFF Secretary General said,먹튀검증 “The friendly match against Hong Kong was our first international match at the Air Dome. “Airdome is a successful FIFA ‘Forward Project’. On behalf of Mongolia, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to FIFA for their continuous support. Now I can play soccer all year round,” he said happily.
Meanwhile, MFF has been building its infrastructure while receiving a lot of support from not only Air Dome but also FIFA. In 2018, floodlights were installed at NTTC, and in 2021 and last year, eco-friendly stadiums were built in the New Yarmag area and the MFF Football Center, respectively.