The new facility will be utilized by Fuego FC's first team and academy team | Image Credit: Central Valley Fuego FC
FRESNO, Calif. – Central Valley Fuego FC announced the grand opening of its brand-new training facility. The facility, designed to serve both the first team and academy squads, represents a significant milestone in the club’s ongoing commitment to raising the level of the sport and consolidating its position as a hub for soccer excellence in the region.
The new training facility, strategically located in the heart of the Central Valley, is a testament to Central Valley Fuego FC’s dedication to providing world-class training resources for its players. Equipped with a single meticulously designed training field, the facility sets a new standard for soccer development in the region.
"We are thrilled to unveil our new training facility, which symbolizes our unwavering commitment to nurturing talent and fostering the growth of soccer in the Central Valley," said Juan G Ruelas Jr., Managing Partner of Central Valley Fuego FC. "This facility will provide our players with the best possible environment to enhance their skills, develop their potential, and achieve their dreams."
Fuego FC’s focus on developing local talent is further emphasized by the facility’s dual purpose. As both the first team and academy squads will utilize this exceptional training environment, aspiring players from the Central Valley will have the opportunity to train alongside seasoned professionals. This integration not only enhances the quality of training but also facilitates mentorship and creates a pathway for young talents to aspire toward the highest levels of the sport.
"We firmly believe in the untapped potential within the Central Valley, and our new training facility strengthens our resolve to create opportunities for talented players," added Nehemias Blanco, VP of Futbol. "By providing a world-class training environment, we aim to attract and develop the best local talent, ultimately raising the level of the sport and cementing the Central Valley’s position on the soccer map."
Central Valley Fuego FC’s commitment to the community extends beyond the development of players. The club actively engages with local schools, community organizations and youth soccer programs, fostering a culture of inclusivity and unity. The new training facility will serve as a hub for these collaborative efforts, providing a central space for events, workshops and clinics aimed at promoting soccer participation and empowering the community.