Monday, February 27, 2012

A small step

The brand new disabled toilet facility at the RSN Stadium
Facilities geared specifically towards the disabled are few and far between in Cambodia. Full stop. Let alone where sporting facilities are concerned. So I'm more than pleased to report that the disabled toilet at Phnom Penh Crown's RSN Stadium in Tuol Kork has now been constructed and is open for business. Every Sunday, the Indochina Starfish Foundation play their football matches at the Crown headquarters, with competitive games between boys and girls teams at varying age levels. ISF are extra keen to include those less able-bodied than most of us in their activities and to this end, felt it was important to improve the facilities on offer. Crown were only too happy to support their plan, and with the financial help of ISF supporters Tim Lacey and Dubai Larrikins, a dedicated toilet and ramp were recently constructed. It's a small step but an important one. And it's another addition to the ever-growing facilities at the RSN Stadium, where two futsal foootball pitches, with artificial grass, have also been completed in the last few days and are now available for the Crown first team and Academy boys to use, as well as being available for hire.
The new Crown futsal pitches a few days before their completion


Anonymous said...

it is good initiative PPCFC. I support u.

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Anonymous said...

Hi Andy,

Where is the location of PPC stadium?

Andy Brouwer said...

This map shows the location of the RSN Stadium in Tuol Kork.