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World’s top teams check out region’s new $22 million centre

By Emily Harrison

Moreton Bay Region may be home for some of the world’s top football teams during next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup next year.

The new $22 million centre of excellence, which will be finished early next year at South Pine Sports Complex in Brendale, is attracting international attention as a training base.

The new centre of excellence will be a permanent home for Brisbane Roar women and youth teams, as well as local clubs Albany Creek Excelsior (ACE) and Moreton Bay United.

But Mayor Peter Flannery said the centre, where the first sod was officially turned today, has already impressed the sport’s world governing body FIFA.

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