Spennymoor Town have continued their improvement project at the Brewery Field even after the last campaign was cut short by the Coronavirus pandemic, with another expansive range of works already underway.
Tony Wilson, Managing Director, is once again spearheading the project and is looking forward to supporters enjoying the updates.
He said: “We have undertaken another comprehensive review of what the final matchday product looked like at the end of last season and identified another list of areas we can make further progress.
“It represents another significant investment from the club and has involved the board, the footballing management team, club officials and consultation with supporters through various methods.”
“I’m excited about the prospect of how our beloved ground will look and feel when we finally welcome supporters and spectators back. The return of football is going to be a momentous occasion for millions of people in this country; but it will be made so much sweeter for our supporters when they walk back into a ground they can be deeply proud of.
“Feedback has been unanimously positive on last season’s improvements. We are discussing further possibilities on top of what we have already planned and I hope to be able to share more details on these with everyone soon.”