Salford City FC have unveiled plans to redevelop their Moor Lane ground as they climb up the English footballing ladder.
The club has won consecutive promotions to the National League North and the ground and facilities need to be upgraded. Plans are due to be submitted to Salford City Council shortly.
The non-league club are co-owned by Gary and Phil Neville, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt and Ryan Giggs, or Manchester United’s “class of ’92.”
The plans call for new stands and terraces, with one all-seater stand running the full length of the pitch. There would also be executive seating and viewing in the centre of the stand – a Class of ’92 suite – allowing the club’s owners a better view than the one they currently have.
Standing terracing could be added behind both goals across the full width of the pitch. Segregation of fans would also be introduced. A small car park will be added for executives.
The club has ambitions to be part of the EFL by 2020 and a redeveloped Moor Lane is key to this aim.
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