Samuel Eto'o, FECAFOOT President, Plans to Build 12 New Stadiums Throughout Cameroon
Samuel Eto'o, the president of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT), has announced intentions to build twelve stadiums throughout the nation.
The reason behind the extensive development of football infrastructure, as revealed by Eto'o, is to provide everyone with a chance to participate.
In December 2021, the ex-FC Barcelona forward became the president of Cameroon's FA and played a significant role in securing the Indomitable Lions' spot in the 2022 FIFA World Cup held in Qatar.
Eto'o has made a commitment to construct stadiums in multiple cities throughout Cameroon with the aim of discovering more football talent.
Actu Cameroun has reported that the project is set to commence, and the implementation phase is already underway.
The commission chairman holds the belief that talent is frequently concealed in regions lacking quality sports facilities.
"Samuel Eto'o wants to give everyone the opportunity to be able to play football," summed up Daniel Mongue Nyamsi, a FECAFOOT representative.
The ex-African footballer of the year has conveyed his appreciation following Eto'o's induction into Inter Milan's Hall of Fame.
This 40-year-old footballer, who has transitioned into an administrator, was recognized alongside several other esteemed club figures.