Brakes’ Big Stadium Plans Have Jumped An Important Hurdle

Leamington’s dreams of a fantastic new community stadium have moved a big step closer.

The National League North club have ambitions of leaving their Windmill Ground home for a new multi-million pound development.

Crucially, the local council have now done a deal to acquire the land for the project.

The proposed 5,000 venue will boast a 3G pitch, conference facilities as well as a health club.

The Brakes believe the stadium would be at the heart of the Warwickshire town and things are progressing nicely.

“This is a key milestone in our ambitions to create a new home for our club," said chairman Jim Scott.

"A new stadium with improved access and facilities will help us fulfil our aspirations to move into higher leagues.

"It will also allow us to develop and expand our presence in the community through our programme of football-related activities.

“This will give more people the opportunity to get involved, be it as a player, spectator or user of the facilities.”

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