Meanwhile Brighton & Hove Albion Foundation, will run both boys’ and girls’ player pathways centres at the site.
The club has also partnered up with local charities; a homeless charity and a refugee charity to run programmes.
Alongside this, we at the Sussex County FA will also be running our disability football sessions at the ground.
Speaking at the opening of the facility, Robert Sullivan, CEO, Football Foundation said: “This year, the Football Foundation will provide more great places to play than ever before.
“This 3G stadia pitch is just one of many sports facilities across the county that will have a transformative impact on physical and mental wellbeing, bringing people together and strengthening the local community here in Chichester from the roots up.
"Thanks to investment from the Premier League, The FA and Government we will deliver better pitches ensuring healthier lives and stronger communities.”
Sports Minister Stuart Andrew added: “Sport and physical activity are vital to our mental health and wellbeing, and each year thousands of people make a New Year's resolution to exercise more.
“We know one of the major barriers to getting active is having access to high-quality sports facilities, which is why we are investing in 1,100 more projects, backed by £93 million.
“This government has delivered thousands of new projects across the UK with the aim of getting over 120,000 more people to get active, helping us to make big strides towards meeting our ambitious target of 3.5 million more people active by 2030.”
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