PSV to invest and improve training ground
PSV Eindhoven will invest heavily to improve the club’s training facility Herdgang; the club are set to put in 1.5 million Euros.
The training complex will have a new camera that will allow the club’s technical staff to analyze and follow everything from the youngsters to the first teamers.
The Eindhoven Dagblad reports that the club will also build an artificial turf and that the complex must be able to host professional matches in future.
De Herdgang was built in 1952 and the name originates from triangular squares that marked the end of dirt roads. Every year the complex hosts the Otten cup, an international tournament organized by PSV Eindhoven for under-19 teams.
PSV will become the second Dutch club to improve their training facility after FC Twente. The club in Hengelo already have a small stadium for the Youth teams and Women teams.