There is lots of excitement about the new Natal Football Stadium, which is due to be completed at the end of this year.
EcoHouse, in association with local authorities, is leading the construction at the stadium that will be used by Alecrim Football Club to play their big matches, which the company sponsors.
The improvement will increase the stadium capacity from 10,500 with the potential to increase to 25,000" to "The new stadium will see a capacity of 10,500 with the potential to increase to 25,000.
The ON Champions football academy is being set-up by EcoHouse CEO Anthony Armstrong Emery and Dutch star Clarence Seedorf, the only player to win the Champions League four times with three different clubs and will be based at the new stadium.
The ON Champions academy will focus on developing footballers on as well as off the pitch, to enhance their professional careers.
Meanwhile, Anthony Armstrong Emery has purchased Italian football club AC Monza Brianza 1912, which is based in Monza, Lombardy. Clarence Seedorf has been a co-owner of the club.
Founded in 1912, Monza is in Lega Pro Prima Divisione group A and is currently in contention for the promotion play-offs.
Great excitement was generated when Mr Armstrong Emery, who is club President, posted a picture on his Facebook account of himself wearing an AC Monza scarf