Bracknell Town’s supporters will be getting used to a new entrance point very shortly at Larges Lane as the clubs new turnstiles take shape ahead of the ground grading inspection in March.
Located at the bottom of the car park, the new turnstiles will be a complete break with the traditional one’s which were unfortunately unable to be saved.
Club chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse said: “We tried very hard to get the old turnstiles out of the concrete they had been embedded in for years, but it just proved impossible to do without damaging them so we have had to replace them.”
The new turnstile block sits at the bottom of the car park at Larges Lane, and will be the first thing fans see when they enter the new ground.
The above photo was taken from the Cricket Club side of the fence while below is the turnstile facing toward the road.
Bracknell Town currently sit top of the Uhlsport Hellenic Premier Division and have applied for promotion to step 4 along with three league rivals.
The Robins face a ground grading inspection in March which will need to be passed – along with finishing top of the table – in order to take a promotion back to the Evo-Stik League seven years after their relegation.