The main objective of this creation of a multi-sports complex in the North of the agglomeration, is to answer to the needs of Sfax Sporting Associations.
The city of Sfax is located in the center of Tunisia, on the Mediterranean coast, 270 km from the capital and has 450,000 inhabitants.
Sfax is not only the second economic and demographic pole of Tunisia, but it also represents one of the most important sports centers of the country with approximately 9500 licensees.
In response to the demographic expansion of the city, the presence of 60 sports associations and the saturation of existing facilities, project is to provide the population with sports facilities and equipment to enable them to practice the sport of their choice and to maintain regular physical activity.
Hence, Sfax Sports Complex pursues the following objectives:
. Dynamisation of the regional economy.
. Development of sports tourism.
. Improvement of the rate of sport practice.
. Support to sports associations.
. Provide the public with recreational and entertainment areas
The project will be located on 58 ha of agricultural land in the Hakouna area on the Saltnia km 18 road.
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Project stage info
Stage 1: Initial Government Announcement
Ministry of Youth and Sport Tunisia
Form of project announcement
Indicative timetable of project development
- A parcel has been allocated to the project
- The land tenure has been secured by a formal cadastral registration, including land use registration.
There are no Project documents available at this time
Project looking for additional PPF assistance
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Is project multi jurisdictional?
Stage 2: Project Investigation
70 M USD 200 M TND
Indicative Funding Source
Have any external advisors been appointed yet
Is the project contained in national/sub national infrastructure plan or strategy
Please outline any studies (for example environmental, engineering etc.) that will be completed prior to a full business case development
Technical-, Environmental Study