CHAIRMAN Paul Hilton says plans to build a state-of-the-art community football facility at Radcliffe FC will help take the club to the next level.
The Pitching In Northern Premier Division club, along with Radcliffe Juniors, have unveiled a proposal to regenerate their Redbank Playing Fields site.
This first stage of the Radcliffe FC One Hub Development Project will include a full size 3G all-weather floodlit pitch, remodelled extended car parking and a brand new changing pavilion to meet the latest FA standards.
The plans have been unveiled as part of a partnership with Bury Council, Lancashire FA and the Football Foundation.
The first stage of the Radcliffe FC One Hub Development Project includes a full-size, 3G, all-weather, floodlit pitch, as well as remodelled, extended car parking and a brand-new changing pavilion that will meet the latest FA standards.
Hilton said: “This is an important milestone in the development of our club. This new facility will underpin both the future growth of our senior and junior football delivery but importantly also allow the club to increase the community participation of sport in the town.
“We are proud to represent Radcliffe, and the One Hub Development Plan is a keystone in driving all aspects of the club forward, with a town-focused brand so that we have a sporting legacy that will be here for generations to come.
“In joining forces with Radcliffe Juniors in 2017 we set out on a path to develop a club for all and we are proud and excited about what the next chapter holds.”
Cllr Alan Quinn added: “Radcliffe FC has a long and proud history as part of the non-league family of clubs in the Greater Manchester area, it’s fantastic to be working with them on this exciting project.”