Tallebudgera Valley Tigers FC will finally have a place to call home after they approve a new clubhouse for their valued members.
The clubhouse will feature a main entertaining area, canteen, bar, office and toilets, with plans to expand to additional new changing rooms on the horizon.
It is something that club President, Luis Marquez, says is extremely important for the future of the club.
“Right now we have a great club without a home. Our parents and players don’t have a space that they can treat as a second home, but with the new project that will fix that problem.”
Funds to construct the project have been supported by local council, with Councillor Gail O’Neill and the Get Playing Plus project for Coplicks being the push and help the club needed.
“The amount of work and time that Councillor O’Neill has put into helping us achieve our project has been amazing. We cannot thank her enough for her contribution,” said Marquez.
Founded in 2013 with only 35 players in the initial year, the club has grown to just under 300 in the 2018 season.
Fielding teams from Miniroos through to Senior Metro teams, Tallebudgera will now have the facilities it needs to pursue greater feats as a club.
“We can now look at the possibility of fielding senior teams in the weekend competitions and expand our player numbers.”
“We just want to make it a homely atmosphere for all our members and anybody coming to visit our great club,” said Marquez.