Southern League Division One Central club Thame United unveil new stadium expansion plans within the last week to ensure that have an even brighter future going forward.
The proposals, which can be seen below, includes a new artificial turf 3G pitch along with a new stand and seating area.
Thame unveil stadium plans which will improve the ASM Stadium to Category C, meaning it is suitable for use at Tier 7 in English football (Southern League Premier Division) for the Oxfordshire outfit, their best league performance being 4th in Isthmian League Division One back in 1999–2000.
THE PLANS UNVEILED BY THAME UNITED:
– Increased Participation for Thame and beyond
– High quality training and match facilities
– Category C Stadium for Thame United (Southern League Premier)
The ‘NEW’ artificial turf pitch 3G –
Full size with floodlights and will support the development and increased participation for youth and senior football. This fantastic new facility will also in no doubt be a huge factor in supporting players of all ages and levels to improve their game
The ‘IMPROVED’ Pitch 4 –
NEW Floodlights and Stands for Seating / Standing area up to 100 people
The ‘FUTURE’ ASM Stadium has plans for –
NEW 75 seater covered stand behind the goal
NEW 125 capacity covered area for standing behind the goal
NEW toilet to add to the already superb facilities
NEW Floodlights and Stands for Seating / Standing area on Pitch 4
It would bring the seating capacity to 293.
— Thame United FC (@thameunitedfc) January 17, 2020
AVERAGE ATTENDANCE SINCE MOVING INTO NEW HOME:
2019/20 season – 125
2018/19 season – 108
2017/18 season – 93
2016/17 season – 50
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Certainly looking like exciting times for the club, who had quite a crazy decade just gone, the highs of promotion to their highest ever level and having runs in the FA Vase as well as reaching the fourth round of the FA Cup on numerous occasions, to being evicted out of their old stadium Windmill Road and at one point were relegated all the way down to the Hellenic League Division 1 East (Step 10), before then moving into their new smart looking home (official opening, against Oxford United with a record crowd of 1,382) and have since climbed back up to where they are today, now they look on to hopefully get promotion to the Southern League Premier Division (Step 7).