Bucharest could host football museum

A football museum could be set up in Bucharest if the plans of the municipal company Sport for All go through, Bucharest City Hall councilor Ciprian Ciucu wrote in a Facebook post, quoted by Wall-street.ro.

The municipal company Sport for All is administered by the Bucharest City Hall. It is one of the companies set up alongside those that handle various public utility activities that are now delegated to private companies or departments within the City Hall.

Its purpose is to develop mass sports for children. For this, it requested the setting up of a football museum, which would require RON 450,000 (EUR 98,684) for its establishment.

The company also wants to buy a LED video system of RON 1.3 million (some EUR 285,000). It requested a loan from the City Hall for this purpose, Ciucu wrote. Another RON 1.1 million (EUR 241,228) could go to an external service for ticketing, video, and night lighting, Ciucu also wrote.

The Sport for All company has 115 employees. The average salary in the company is of RON 4,470 (EUR 980). The director of the company earns a salary of RON 15,000 per month (EUR 3,289), Wall-street.ro reported.

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