Leamington announce stadium-naming deal. Community Stadium Project Site Masterplan. Newly constructed, featuring a covered stage to take your event from functional to fantastic. Mar 31, 2021 | Headlines, newsnow. In May, 2020, a new partnership with the Municipality of Leamington was formed. On Weds 21st there was a open meeting at the club to present the latest developments. It was recently announced that Leamington’s new stadium plans have moved a step closer after Warwick District Council and Warwickshire County Council signed to buy the land where the development will be based. Leamington FC looks set to push ahead with the development of a new 5,000 capacity stadium after a deal to buy land for the project was agreed. Leamington FC’s chairman, Jim Scott said: “Leamington FC very much welcomes this key step forward. Plans for a new stadium for Leamington Football Club have moved a step closer, with the reported plans of buying the land for the project, according to media reports.. Warwick District Council and Warwickshire County Council have signed an agreement to buy land off Europa Way for the development of a sports and community hub, Leamington Observer reported. Updated Fri 23 Nov 2018. The National League North outfit’s New Windmill Ground will become the Your Co-op Community Stadium. It features a concrete pad with capacity for 300 people and grass seating for 5700. Leamington have announced the renaming of the club’s home ground as part of a sponsorship deal. New sponsorship and naming rights were approved for the Complex to be named the Nature Fresh Farms Recreation Centre, in turn, helping support all the programs and activities offered at this great building. The new stadium would mean that Leamington FC, nicknamed the Brakes, would be located nearer to the town centre on the Europa Way site, south of Leamington and Warwick. Plans for a new community stadium for Leamington Football Club have been approved by Warwick District Council. The local authority has agreed to buy the land near Leamington Spa town centre for the development of a new 5,000-capacity football stadium. Monday, 16th November 2020, 11:39 am. Current home to: Leamington England » National League North (step 6) Leamington Lions Ladies: Football visits: 1,991 (1.3% of our users have been here): Other visits: 39: Capacity: 2,300: Address: Harbury Lane, Bishops Tachbrook, Leamington Spa, CV33 9SA, England Leamington FC, nicknamed the Brakes, currently play in the Southern League Premier Division. A new stadium with improved access and facilities will help us fulfil our aspirations to move into higher leagues. This is the view of regular Courier and Weekly News columnist Peter Bowen - and a view shared by many others. Leamington FC’s Chairman, Jim Scott said: “Leamington FC very much welcomes this key milestone in our ambitions to create a new home for our club. Warwick District Council has approved the purchase of land off Europa Way in Leamington to allow for the development of the community football stadium. Image: Leamington FC Stadium. The new stadium would mean that Leamington FC, nicknamed the Brakes, would be located nearer to the town centre and public transport routes. At WDC’s full council meeting on Wednesday night, councillors gave their overwhelming support for the purchase of land to allow for the development of the stadium. A new stadium with improved access and facilities will help … By Philip Hibble. It could see the construction of a 5,000 capacity football stadium along with a 3G artificial pitch, conference facilities, a gym, bar/cafe […] The plans could also include a new hotel, pub, convenience store, other local shops and housing. 'New Leamington FC stadium should be named after the club's inspirational president Mick Brady' - what do you think? The capacity of the Sunset Stadium is 6000 people.