Angola: Minister Launches Cornerstone for Building of 2013 World Cup Pavilion

Luanda — Angolan minister of Youth and Sports, Gonçalves Muandumba, launched Monday in Luanda, the first stone for the construction of the pavilion that will host World Cup of roller hockey in September 2013 in Angola.

To be built in Camama zone, an area adjacent to the "11 de Novembro" National Stadium , the infrastructuire has a capacity of 15,000 seats. It will be the largest covered sports venue in the country.

Besides multipurpose pavilion for the world event, in the same area will be built a Physical Rehabilitation Centre, designed especially elite athletes.

The Interministerial Commission of the World Cup of Hockey comprises ministers of Sports, Media, Transportation, Health, Urbanisation, Hotel and Tourism, Housing, Finance, Interior, Foreign Affairs, Government of Luanda Province and president of the Angolan Federation of Skating.

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