Waving in a new era of English football
Al Jazeera visits England's new $170 million football centre that provides the facilities required for improvement.
Last Modified: 09 Oct 2012 19:52

England's Football Association have spent decades trying to emulate the success of their European rivals in major football tournaments. 

Their latest attempt revolves around a new national football centre - St George's Park - which fans hope will turn around the nation's fortunes. 

Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings visits the $170 million centre as it is opened by Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge. 


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