For reasons beyond the association's control, it proved impossible to implement the project to build a national training centre approved by the Goal Bureau on 1 May 2003, as a result of which the project was re-submitted to the Bureau on 21 March 2007 in a revised form. The project now involves the partial renovation of a training centre in order to adapt it to the concept of a "house of football", i.e. a central location incorporating the association's headquarters, classrooms, accommodation for overnight stays, a futsal hall, a swimming pool, several football pitches and other facilities for national teams. The centre will bring the association's administrative and technical facilities together under one roof and is expected to produce good results across the board. The area used by the association occupies slightly more than a third of the entire complex, whose owner has signed a lease for more than 30 years with the Football Association of Indonesia
(PSSI). The complex is also home to Indonesian Premier League club Pelita Jaya.