The prospect of playing ‘home’ matches somewhere other than Finn Park would be a significant additional cost both financially and in terms of its practical impact on our mainly part-time players and management and something we wish to avoid if at all possible.
As a result the club feel it is vital to be proactive and seek to make every effort possible to seek to ensure that when football returns it ‘comes home’ to Finn Park as soon as is practicable. Our Infrastructure Coordinator has carried out an assessment of the stadium in line with public health guidance and protocols in place in other leagues where football had returned and we have identified that if we are to be in a position to host matches, even without supporters, we will need to carry out substantial works in the short term to operate in accordance in line with Government and HSE Guidance, including provision of addition changing room space.
We have set a target of €30,000 which will be used to progress the plans being drawn up by our Infrastructure Coordinator to facilitate hosting matches in Finn Park.
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