Delphines del Este will play at home in the refurbished Parque del Este Stadium in the second round of the Dominican Soccer League (LDF) Part 1 tournament, with the rest of the match as homeowner. This “will also allow us to expand our development projects,” said Javier Molinari, who is in charge of management.
“These facilities promise that we will continue to save dozens of young people. We will provide teacher education while preparing them so that they can make progress in football.” Eulogio Castaño Director San Judas Tadeo “
Similarly, Molinari pointed out that sub-19 team Delphines Atleticos Sanjudas will continue to play at Kitas Eno de Haina until the official calendar is complete.RELATED
He announced at 4 pm on Saturday, May 21st that Delphines del Este will host the O & M on the second leg of the senior division, the 10th day of the LDP. College students won the first 2-0 at Felix Sanchez Stadium.
Delphines will play Mocha FC on Matchday 11 and host Cibao FC on Matchday 13 to conclude the match at Parque del Este at 4pm.
They will visit La Vega on Match Day 9 against Atletico Vega Real. At 4 pm in Condor. Round 12 will be played against Atletico San Cristobal at Pan American Stadium at 4 pm and conclude the round with Atletico Pantha at Felix Sanchez Stadium at the Juan Pablo Duarte Olympic Center.
Regarding the Delfines Atléticos San Judas team, he pointed out that the work at the project’s base, Quita Sueño Stadium, is linked to the social planning of the San Judas Tadeo School.
About East Park
The facility has been restored and the stand can accommodate 1,000 fans. It was inaugurated by Manuel Jimenez, Mayor of Santo Domingo Este, Ruben Garcia, President of the Dominica Football Association, and other football league figures, Father Eurogio Castagno, Director of the Santo Domingo School, and Management Manager of Armadozayasu. It was led. Dolphin.
Jimenez handed a soccer ball to Father Eurogio, and the priest alerted the mayor by giving him a Logiblanco team jersey in a pre-match act in which Delphines played against the 11th Jalabakoa FC and the mayor kicked off.
“These facilities promise that we will continue to save dozens of young people. We will provide teacher education while preparing them so that they can make progress in football,” Father Eulogio said at the ceremony. Said during.
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