On 8 April 2002, FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter and the AFC President and chairman of the Goal Bureau, Mohamed Bin Hammam, opened the Bambatha Ts'ita Sports Arena, a technical centre in Maseru. This complex has four conference rooms, a library, 35 double rooms, a restaurant, a fitness centre with two separate saunas for men and women, and 11 offices for the national association. The project was financed by Goal and the FIFA Financial Assistance Programme, while the government donated the land for the centre. To date, the centre has hosted a referees' course and three coaches' courses. The national teams of Botswana, Malawi and Swaziland have also paid the complex a visit. Furthermore, it will be home to a football school, which will concentrate on youth development.