Pograj na Orliku

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Użytkowanie kompleksu sportowego Orlik w Nowej Dębie będzie możliwe już od 22 marca.
Nad kwestiami organizacyjnymi czuwać będzie zatrudniony w tym celu animator sportu, wieloletni trener piłki nożnej Wojciech Krzeszewski. Aby dokonać rezerwacji boiska należy zadzwonić pod numer 505 093 459.

Rozkład jazdy:
Dla szkół w ramach WF codziennie od poniedziałku do piątku w godzinach 8.00 – 15.00
Pozostałe grupy od 15.00 – 21.00.
W soboty od 16.00 – 21.00
W niedziele od 15 – 20.00

Wszystkich użytkowników obowiązuje strój sportowy i obowie (tzw. halówki). Korzystanie z boiska jest BEZPŁATNE.


Przypomnijmy: Orlik wylądował w Nowej Dębie w listopadzie 2009 roku. Gmina uzyskała dotację na budowę tych boisk w wysokości 666 tys. zł od Marszałka Województwa i budżetu państwa. W drodze przetargu wyłoniono oferenta z najniższą ceną 1 mln 73 tys. 600 zł – firmę CEES z Dębicy, z partnerem PROFI SPORT z Rzeszowa.  W ramach tego zadania wykonano boisko do piłki nożnej o rozmiarach 30×62 m, o nawierzchni ze sztuczną trawą. Drugie boisko, wielofunkcyjne (do gry w piłkę siatkową, koszykową) ma wymiary: 19,1×32,1 m i nawierzchnię poliuretanową. Przy boisku zamontowano trybuny na 100 miejsc, teren został oświetlony 10 lampami i odpowiednio ogrodzony. Stanęło tu także zaplecze kontenerowe, z szatniami i natryskami.

Boiska są całością kompleksu sportowo-rekreacyjnego wraz z krytą pływalnią, skate-parkiem i dirt-parkiem, które zostały wykonane w ramach umowy na budowę basenu krytego. Po uruchomieniu boisk zatrudniony zostanie trener-animator sportu, odpowiedzialny za organizację zajęć na tych obiektach. W okresie szkolnym z boisk będzie korzystać młodzież z ZS nr 1, G1 i SP nr 2.

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7 KOMENTARZE

  1. A jak to sie stalo iz dzisiaj było nieczynne z powodu żałoby do 12 bm skoro jeszcze nie była ogłoszona ???

    A basen był otwarty…

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