The idea for a football centre came about a few years ago when, at its 16th session on 12 April 2010, the NZS Executive Committee passed a resolution in support of activities to construct a national training centre at Brdo. It was largely based on a desire to provide the right conditions for elite-standard training for the national team at a single location.
The multi-purpose sports complex is part of the Brdo National Football Centre (NNC Brdo) and provides the best possible training conditions for any number of football clubs. Three superbly maintained grass pitches are located in the immediate vicinity of the complex, which also has a stand capable of holding around 500 spectators. This makes the complex ideal for youth team games. International players have the use of two large and two smaller dressing rooms, a gym and massage rooms. There is also a dressing room for referees and training staff, and a treatment room. A wellness centre offering a range of additional services will also be established in the coming months.
In November 2015 the office building became the new home of the Slovenian Football Association. At the heart of the building is a spacious central area, which houses the reception office. The ground floor contains a series of light and airy offices, as well as a conference hall with capacity for up to 70 delegates. The building contains a little over 920 m2 of useful floor area.