Centre Sportif Bois-de-Boulogne
Outdoor soccer fields
The center has 6 outdoor grounds (in the official dimensions of FIFA), among which, two use synthetic turf. One of its grounds possess terraces which can accommodate 1,000 supporters.
Indoor soccer fields
The building is completely made out of wood, with nine immense wooden arcs which establish the main part of the structure offer an immense free space. These arcs have a reach of 72 metres and rise up to 20 metres off the ground and represent an architectural feature. During the cold season of the winter, with the permanent indoor ground, an outside synthetic ground near the building is covered with a heated air-supported dome.
The Centre sportif Bois-de-Boulogne possesses the other installations, some of which are a physical conditioning room and two indoor gymnasiums. Volleyball and badminton can be practiced in them. The staff of the centre include elite athletes and highly qualified trainers. Several other services are offered: sports therapy, physiotherapy, sports camps for young boys and girls.
- a photo of Association de Soccer de Laval:http://www.soccer-fabrose.com/Fabrose/images/stories/Fabrose/Terrains/IMG_2715b.jpg
- Club Soccer Fabrose Laval, http://www.soccer-fabrose.com/Fabrose/index.php?option=com_content&view=section&layout=blog&id=46&Itemid=60
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