The Douglas Eyre Sports Centre in Walthamstow, which is used By the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, has been re-opened after a £200k refurbishment

The Douglas Eyre Sports centre has been given a £200k make-over

The Douglas Eyre Sports centre has been given a £200k make-over

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Training facilties used by the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation has been re-opened after a £200k makeover.

The Douglas Eyre Sports Centre in Walthamstow welcomed budding footballers back for training this week.

The foundation uses the Coppermill Lane site for a number of programmes, including its Soccer School.

Now, the re-modelled facility includes 14 changing rooms, a meeting room, kitchen and a bar.

London FA worked with owners, The London Playing Fields Foundation, to secure half of the cash from the Premier League and the FA Facilities Fund.

Another £50k came from Biffa waste and management recycling and the rest was provided by the Sport England’s Inspired Facilities Fund.

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