Working on the grass of Cuscatlan Stadium. / Courtesy
Due to work in Cuscatlan, the selectors played a match against Trinidad and Tobago on September 10 at the “Magico” González Stadium. However, the new ‘Colossus’ grid is expected to be ready in early October for the Concaf Nations League game against Martinique.
Last July, EDESSA reached an agreement with FESFUT for the renovation of the main field of Cuscatlan Stadium.
This work was supervised by the famous firm of Mexican architect Raul Barrios.
Architect Barrios is a Mexican specialist and has been approved by the Salvadoran Football Federation to lead this important project.
The aim of the works is to completely reconstruct the drainage channel and subsequently update the grating.
In addition, in-stadium activities will also be strictly planned. In this way, we ensure that our courts receive the proper care for optimal long-term performance.