The Dr M. S. Sahu Khan Football School built using funds from Goal and the Financial Assistance Programme was officially opened on 8 February 2003. The complex in Ba has been named after the association's long-serving President and comprises two state-of-the-art pitches with international dimensions, in addition to a two-storey building. The new premises will enable Fiji
to organise internationally recognised tournaments and training courses and cater for overnight stays for players, officials or course participants. «This centre was the missing link in our country's sporting infrastructure. The benefits will be felt primarily by the national association's youth and training programmes, which will have a lasting effect on the development of football.» These words were uttered by the association's president at the opening ceremony, which was also attended by Prime Minister Laisenia Qarase, and 'Ahongalu Fusimalohi (Tonga), a member of the FIFA Executive Committee.