Express Football Club has over the years been having problems with their home ground pitch especially during heavy downpours which results into flooding of water over the playing surface due to poor drainage system which results into hard bumpy playing pitch.
But all this will come to an end if what Club’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has said goes by.
Isaac Mwesigwa who is the new club CEO has noted to the fans about the renovations going on their famous Mutessa II stadium located in Wankulukuku.
The much concentration is being put on renovating on the area near the technical team and playing surface.
“When I joined the club, we agreed with board and stadium management that there basics things we needed to have in place around the playing turf and as time goes by you will notice and I do like to thank the club board for the spirit.” CEO- Isaac Mwesigwa told Club media.
Following the FUFA club licensing board’s directive that all clubs have to separate their match day playing surface from the day to day training grounds come next season, Mwesigwa has added that they are setting up the training ground just beside the stadium.
“We are also setting up our training ground just beside the stadium to confirm to FUFA licensing standards. As a club, we want to closely monitor proceedings from training to match day from the same facility.” He added.
The next season is tentatively set to be kick off on 17th October 2020.