Outside BFL: Estonia

There are a lot of positive changes in infrastructure of Narva United, participant of Baltic Futsal League. In Narva Spordikeskus where United play their home games the coating replacement is almost finished. The new field surface is made of Canadian maple and it will be ready by the middle of September.
Also by the end of September there would be an opening of the first street futsal field in Narva. New field will feature the modern coating and great lighting and could be used for the training sessions and even games. 
Narva United plan to start their preparations for the new season when the arena will be ready. Although the team staff anticipates a difficult and unpredictable season: the national border between European Union and Russia is still closed so six Russian players of United won’t be able to help the team until the situation will be changed.