$15-million sports centre pitched for West Shore
A place to play soccer and football
Cleve Dheensaw, Times Colonist
Published: Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Soccer and football fans in the region could soon be converging on the West Shore.
Plans for a $15-million sports centre in Langford will be announced at a press conference today. City Centre Park will include two all-weather-turf playing fields, with the main stadium for soccer and football to feature a permanent 2,000-seat grandstand that would include dressing rooms, concessions and luxury boxes. Temporary seating could bring capacity up to 10,000 for big events.
The second turf soccer and football field would include two ball diamonds. Proposed within the complex are a 700-seat hockey, skating and lacrosse arena, 16-lane tenpin bowling alley and 16-hole mini golf.
We definitely need a new 10-pin bowling alley since we don't have one anymore. There was a Mayfair Lanes; why not Langford Lanes? & what's with the 16-hole minigolf!? Couldn't they fit in 2 more?
This is different from the sports complex planned for the Westhills thing, right?