Salisbury have announced that they have secured a new five-year lease on the Raymond McEnhill Stadium.
In 2015, when the phoenix club rose out of the ashes of Salisbury City, they made it a priority to move back into their home ground.
An initial lease was secured and their first season saw them secure promotion from the Sydenhams Wessex Premier League.
Last season they suffered play-off heartache in the Evo-Stik League Southern One South and West, with a play-off final defeat against Tiverton Town.
However, the club will look to go one better next season and the news that they have secured a new lease on their home stadium will come as a major boost.
A club statement read “Salisbury Football Club are delighted to announce that with effect from today, there is a new five-year lease in place at the Raymond McEnhill Stadium, for continued use of the Stadium.
“Salisbury Football Club would like to thank the trustees for their continuing support of the Football Club.
“We can now look forward to an exciting season ahead”
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)