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Here is Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s new brag build.
The so-called “Padel death” does not scare the Swedish world star – who is now planning for 14 new courts in Sollentuna.
“Coming soon”, writes “Ibra” on Twitter.
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Even though Padel and the hype surrounding the sport seems to have stagnated somewhat since the pandemic leveled off, so it seems Zlatan Ibrahimovic not particularly affected. On Friday last week, the Swedish soccer star announced that his company Padel Zenter plans to open a new headquarters in Sollentuna, Stockholm.

New brag building

It is a giant project of 7,000 square meters, where the building will contain offices as well as 14 new padel courts spread over two different floors. In the past, it has been reported that the current facilities, located in Årsta, are being forced to shut down because the entire area is to be developed.

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211108 Zlatan Ibrahimovic of the Swedish national football team during a press conference on November 8, 2021 in Stockholm. Photo: Joel Marklund / BILDBYRÅN / code JM / JM0215

On his Instagram, Zlatan Ibrahimovic writes about the project.
“Padel Center Headquarters in Stockholm. Coming soon”, are the words.

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The company Padel Zenter was founded by Zlatan Ibrahimovic himself, together with his colleague Thomas Sandström. Today there are five facilities. Partly in Årsta as previously mentioned, but also in Jönköping, Sköve, Örebro and Uppsala. In 2023, the first hall abroad is also expected to open, specifically in Milan, Italy.

The padel boom

Padel as a sport originated in Spain and Latin America, and took hold of Sweden during the pandemic, where countless halls and courts were built. At the very least, you can say that it had an effect, and even though the curve has gone down a bit, the sport is still relevant.

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211114 Zlatan Ibrahimovic of Sweden during warm up ahead of the FIFA World Cup Qualifier football match between Spain and Sweden on November 14, 2021 in Seville. Photo: Ludvig Thunman / BILDBYRÅN / code LT / JM0228