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£100K Could Raise The Roof At South Park

SOUTH PARK FC prides itself on being a true community club based on the stability of a senior squad with players who have grown, and continue to grow, through the youth structure.

Founded in 1897 the number of teams the club run has increased dramatically in recent years and now run 23 teams which provide football for boys, girls, men and women.

The £50,000 grant will help South Park install a much needed new roof for their clubhouse enabling the space to be used to host local events.

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This is the first major step in allowing the club to develop and improve their facilities.

Should they win the Super Grant it will allow them to make a number of improvements in and around the clubhouse, such as increasing the size of the club room and bar areas.

Extending the usage of the clubhouse will make it more attractive for the club to hire out to the local business community.

BCFOutside the clubhouse, South Park want to improve the quality of its youth pitches to help it continue to produce players through the youth system into the senior sides.

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