Construction begins on Lynwood Park clubhouse

Campbelltown Mayor George Brticevic, Macarthur Football Association chairman Darcy Lound and Campbelltown Uniting Church Soccer Club president Michael Tripodi.
Campbelltown Mayor George Brticevic, Macarthur Football Association chairman Darcy Lound and Campbelltown Uniting Church Soccer Club president Michael Tripodi.

Local soccer players can soon enjoy brand new change rooms and facilities with construction beginning on million-dollar amenities building at Lynwood Park.

The new Campbelltown Uniting Church Soccer Club's clubhouse is copping a $1.2 million upgrade, which will see the facility double in size.

It will include a club meeting room, canteen space, change rooms, a store room, accessible toilets and a referee's room.

Construction is expected to be completed by the end of July.

"This new amenities building will serve the needs of Campbelltown Uniting Church Soccer Club well into the future and help cater for the ever growing number of people playing football in our region," Campbelltown mayor George Brticevic said.

"This facility will enable the club to continue delivering football to its more than 200 members and store all the equipment needed to run a football club from juniors to seniors.

"Our city has long been a sports-mad community and we understand it is important to deliver improvements and upgrades to fields and facilities to all sports in our community.

"Throughout the Covid-19 health situation we have continued to deliver important projects such as this and I look forward to seeing more completed this year.

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