The Daily Mail reported back in September that the coach had a very heavy hand in the design of the base camp which aside from the 82-room hotel (with rates at £1,000-a-night) also includes eight football pitches, a medical center, a wood-finished locker room and several treatment rooms.
But what we really want to know about are these hi-tech TVs. Does this mean Capello can see the footballers when they are sleeping? Does he get reports if a sensor in the TV senses there is more than one person in the room? Or is this simple a computer monitor with a webcam that also acts as a TV?
However these TVs work, it looks like we already have a contender for next year's Geek Hotels 2010 list. Now, we just hope those pesky WAGs heed Coach Capello's rules.
For more pics of the England team's home for the next few weeks (or until they get knocked out) check out the Telegraph's photo gallery.
For more on the 2010 World Cup, head over to World Cup Travel Guide!