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State-of-the-art 3G pitch installation underway at Bromley FC as part of major stadium redevelopment

PUBLISHED: 11:20 18 May 2017 | UPDATED: 11:20 18 May 2017

Artists' impression of the South Stand. Photo: Bromley FC

Artists' impression of the South Stand. Photo: Bromley FC

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Construction is set to begin nexdt year on a new South Stand and indoor community hub

A major redevelopment of Bromley FC’s home ground is gathering pace after work this week began on the installation of a new state-of-the-art 3G pitch.

Works started with the removal of the top soil along with the removal of the perimeter spectator panels and posts.

It makes up part of a huge project for Hayes Lane which will ultimately see 1,450 seats provided in a new South Stand as well as a large indoor community hub.

Construction begins next year with planning permission already secured.

It is hoped the facilities will enhance the club as a community facility and bosses say the pitch will provide a valuable source of income and will also allow the club to bring its expanding academy back home.

A football programme will be delivered on-site to more than 100 scholars in August, while their education will be delivered by the neighbouring Ravensbourne School.

Bromley enjoyed a successful National League season, finishing in 10th place.

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