Chennaiyin FC joins hand with Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research

The institute possesses spacious and well-equipped apartments, which would serve as the residence for the players during the season.

Chennaiyin FC shifts its base to the new centre of Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research.   -  Twitter @ChennaiyinFC

Celebrating its fourth birthday, Indian Super League franchise Chennaiyin FC announced a partnership with Sri Ramachandra Institute of Higher Education and Research in Porur, as the team shifts its base to the new centre.

The institute possesses spacious and well-equipped apartments, which would serve as the residence for the players during the season, while it premises also has a new training facility, along with a FIFA standard football pitch.

The institute possesses spacious and well-equipped apartments, which would serve as the residence for the players during the season, while it premises also has a new training facility   -  Chennaiyin FC

 

“All of us at Chennaiyin FC are excited about moving into a new home at Sri Ramachandra. This development heralds an important landmark in our club’s history. As a club we always want to move forward in all aspects and having a dedicated training facility and residence in close proximity is something we had been working on. We are glad to have it in place ahead of a historic season as we also make our debut in Asia. The world-class infrastructure of CSS played a key role in our success last season and we are looking forward to using those facilities again this term,” opined Chennaiyin FC co-owner Vita Dani, according to the media release by the franchise.

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