The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc
The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc

Goals and dugouts arrive at Bracknell Town’s Larges Lane

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The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc
The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc

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Bracknell Town Football Club announced on Monday morning the re-organised date for the re-opening of the re-furbished Larges Lane ground.

It’s fair to say though that despite the date moving back to early December, the ground will be ready – albeit minus a ground grading inspection – for training this week as expected.

Last week the club shared some images on their facebook page of the new goals and dugouts arriving.

The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc
The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc

The 10 seater dugouts in bright red fit next to each other on the far side of the pitch and were brought in via a tractor.

The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc
The dugouts have arrived at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc

Both goals are also now ready to go, with club sharing the image below of the goal being installed in the Bradley End of the ground.

We talked a little bit about the type of goals being installed in our piece here.

The goal is installed at the Bradley End at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc
The goal is installed at the Bradley End at Bracknell Town FC. Photo: facebook.com/bracknelltownfc

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