Liverpool’s new £ 50million training facility is set to open next month – and it looks stunning.
This state-of-the-art package will be called AXA Training Center after the insurance company obtains the naming rights.
The new Kirkby-based development will feature three full-size fields, goalie and warm-up areas, as well as two gymnasiums, a gym, swimming pool, hydrotherapy complex and sports rehabilitation suites. specialized.
Manager Jurgen Klopp will also have a shiny new office with a long balcony, which will allow him to see all the training grounds.
The move brings an end to their Melwood base, which has housed Liverpool stars for the past 70 years.
Billy Hogan, CEO of Liverpool, said: “The expansion of AXA’s partnership to include the naming rights for the club’s new training center makes perfect sense.
“We have already seen the focus on health, wellness, confidence and self-confidence, and the deepening of their relationship in the area of training makes this partnership ideally suited.
“We are delighted to welcome AXA on board as we begin this new chapter at the club and are proud to extend our relationship with a brand that shares our common values and aspirations on and off the pitch.
Thomas Buberl, CEO of AXA, added: “We are extremely excited and proud of this historic milestone in our partnership with Liverpool Football Club.
“The AXA Training Center is a world-class facility that will forge a course of improvement, progress and success in the club’s first team and development teams.
“This culture and belief really complements our values of helping people go further through our slogan: ‘Know You Can’.”