The facilities under construction are at the LeFA’s headquarters located at the Bambatha Tšita Sports Arena and the District Football Association (DIFA) Mohale’s Hoek ground.
The technical centre being erected at Bambatha comprises a state-of-the-art gymnasium, which will among others be utilised by all national teams for their physical training sessions.
The centre is being constructed by a local company and the structure was about to be roofed last week.
LeFA has meanwhile extended the period for the installation of the artificial pitches and construction of a spectators’ stand at one of the Bambatha Tšita playing grounds and the DIFA Mohale’s Hoek ground.
According to the association’s Secretary General Mokhosi Mohapi, that part of the construction work is being done by a company from Holland.
Mokhosi said due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the crew was unable to travel with ease and arrive in Lesotho on schedule, hence, the construction work started later than was expected.
Mokhosi was, however, quick add that the company has already started working on both grounds at a satisfactory pace.
“The progress is indeed satisfying,” he also said.