After successfully hosting the 2015 Pacific Games, FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, and other national events, the Sports Foundation is encouraging the public to make use of the sporting facilities.
Mr. Tsamalili says while PNG has become a sporting hub in the Pacific, there are always possibilities to share facilities with our Pacific neighbours.
He added not only are our facilities ready to host national and regional events but international sporting tournaments as well.
He sees that PNG has the capacity to host any international sporting event.
Apart from hosting the FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup, one of the most significant and historic events in sports history for the PNG, the country is looking forward to hosting the 2017 Rugby League World Cup, co-hosting three pool matches alongside Australia and New Zealand in October.