Ambitious football clubs across Wales are developing their facilities thanks to the Welsh Ground Improvement Grants scheme.
The joint FAW and FAW Trust scheme, now in its 10th year, will help clubs from Caldicot to Cemaes Bay to improve their infrastructure in 2018.
Fans, players, officials and volunteers, across Wales, benefit from the improvements that this annual investment brings.
Welsh League Division Two promotion chasers Caldicot Town are building a new stand, with 125 seats, while FAW Community Club of the Year Brickfield Rangers will spend the summer building a 180-seater stand at Clywedog Park.
New floodlights will be installed at Knighton Town, in the Spar Mid Wales League, while fans at nearby Llanidloes Town will be delighted that a roof and additional seats will be installed at their Victoria Park ground.
Here’s the full list of grants awarded.
Ely Rangers - New boiler for showers
Trefelin - Upgrade showers to players and match officials changing rooms
Caldicot Town - 125 seat stand
Welsh National League
Chirk AAA - Section of spectator barrier
Brickfield Rangers - New stand with 180 seats
Llangollen - Hardstanding one width
Welsh Alliance League
Cemaes Bay - Hardstanding equivalent to one length
Aberffraw - Hardstanding equivalent to one length
Llanefydd - Spectator barrier
Llanerchymedd - Improve access and car parking
Barmouth and Dyffryn - lights and power to floodlight columns
Mynydd Llandegai - Hardstanding one length and one width
Llanrug - Upgrade showers
St Asaph - Covered spectator area
Treaddur Bay - 8 person dug outs
Spar Mid Wales League
Borth United - Dug outs
Bow Street - Dug outs
Llanfair United - Roof to changing rooms
Llanidloes Town - Stand roof and additional seats
Knighton Town - Floodlights
Dolgellau - Hardstanding
Hay St Mary’s - Spectator barrier
Newbridge on Wye - Spectator toilets