Seine-et-Marne: how the State boosted the creation of sports facilities for 2024

Seine-et-Marne: how the State boosted the creation of sports facilities for 2024
Seine-et-Marne: how the State boosted the creation of sports facilities for 2024

With 600 members, the Melun tennis club is the best off with 483,600 euros in subsidy for the creation of four indoor padel “tracks”, open on April 2, 2024. For this very fashionable sport, a hybrid of tennis and squash, a tournament has already brought together forty players on April 19, delighted to play on these blue ground courts surrounded by high windows. WhatsApp groups are even created to find partners of the same level. This aid is substantial because the total amount was 810,000 euros. The club covered the rest of the cost, or more.

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