Ghana Premier League side Dreams FC on Saturday commissioned a new club house at a short ceremony held at Dawu in the Eastern Region.
The initiative forms part of efforts by management to improve the residential situation of the players.
The event, which brought together some dignitaries, including the Tufuhene of Dawu Traditional Council, Nana Ofosu Yeboah I, also forms part of activities to mark the club’s 10th anniversary celebration, which was launched last month.
Located close to the home ground of the team, the Theatre of Dreams, the club house can boast of modern facilities such as residential, conference room and stores among others.
According to management, it will house players of the first team and the feeder side, Still Believe FC, who moved into the facility last Saturday following the commissioning.
Speaking at the event, Executive Chairman of the club, Kurt E S Okraku noted that both teams will now hold their training sessions in Dawu instead of their previous location at Ashaley Botwe.
He hinted that the commissioning of the club house will be followed with the anniversary dinner which will be held in June.