Boston United are preparing for the National League North campaign at training facilities that would leave some Football League sides green with envy.
The Pilgrims have moved training from Nottinghamshire to Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium facilities this season, with manager Craig Elliott adamant the switch has made it easier to attract the players he wanted.
But it’s not just geography that’s aiding the Pilgrims.
“The training facilities are fantastic and it’s been a really positive start,” Elliott said.
“They’re very professional and the players are lucky to have them.
“We’ve got an indoor gym, 4G pitch, track, some nice hills and a lakeside run.
“There are professional teams who don’t have what we’re using.”