24 Jul 2021 in News
Boston Town are unveiling a stylish new look for their clubhouse.
They've transformed the building over the summer ready for the new season.
Chairman Mick Vines is confident supporters will be bowled over when they visit the refurbished facilities at the DWB Stadium.
Much of the cost of the makeover has been funded by a sizeable grant from the Premier League, the FA and Government’s Football Foundation.
The club would like to thank the foundation for their contribution. They’re also grateful to everyone who has worked so hard on the project, from Micky Rate at First Rate Flat Roofing to secretary Eddie Graves, who sorted out all the paperwork..
Mick said: "It's been a really big job. We've had the roof and all the electrics completely re-done."
"Some of the wiring was still there from when it was first built in the 1960s, so it was much needed.
"We also wanted to give the clubroom and the bar area an exciting, modern new look."
As well as the smart new interior design, the clubroom features new bi-folding doors to create a more convenient entrance for supporters on matchdays.
Boston Town's first competitive home fixture of 2021-22 will be a league derby against Deeping Rangers on Tuesday 3 August. Before then, they’ll also be at home to a Grantham Town XI in a pre-season friendly on Wednesday 28 July.
The clubroom is available for private hire and the Poachers are expecting it to be a popular location for parties and other functions. Anyone interested in booking it can get in touch by phone, email or on social media http://bostontownfc.co.uk/contact.