Plans have been revealed for a new stand and indoor training dome at AFC Fylde’s Mill Farm Sports Village home in Wesham.
It is the latest stage in the Mill Farm masterplan created by leading architecture, design and masterplanning practice Frank Whittle Partnership (FWP).
FWP, with offices in Preston, Manchester and London, has a national reputation for delivering successful sports led projects. This is achieved through its innovative cutting edge design work and by creating sustainable community stadiums and facilities.
FWP’s specialist sports multi-disciplinary team has worked with a host of football clubs, such as Premier League Everton and Manchester United, together with non-league outfits like AFC Fylde and Bath City.
AFC Fylde’s new North Stand will have an 1,850 capacity and will complete the multi-million-pound stadium project near Kirkham, Lancashire.
The indoor arena will feature a 3G pitch for use by the club and the community and will be the largest indoor facility of its kind available to the public in Lancashire.
The new stand will also house a club museum and state-of-the-art fan zone, along with matchday facilities.
FWP managing partner David Robinson said: “In all our sports sector work our aim is to deliver real destination venues for sport, leisure and entertainment for the whole community, with real benefits for clubs and their supporters.”
To find out more about FWP and its work visit www.fwpgroup.co.uk