Following significant investment last summer which included a brand new playing surface, the club will again be investing a significant six-figure sum this close-season to further improve the infrastructure at both LNER Stadium and Soper of Lincoln Elite Performance Centre.
This investment is a key component of the board’s long-term strategy to develop and upgrade facilities. The work is designed to improve the matchday experience for supporters, as well as providing more opportunities for fan engagement and to create significant operational benefits.
Director of operations Damian Froggatt said: "We are constantly monitoring and risk-assessing our needs and we are acutely aware that ongoing works are necessary at the LNER Stadium, while building upon what we already have at the EPC.
"This continued investment by the board is on top of £1.53million spent over the past three seasons and will help improve facilities, create significant operating efficiencies and also help reduce our environmental impact.
"Some of this work will certainly be supporter-facing while some of the hidden infrastructural projects may be less visible, but every piece of work around the LNER Stadium is ultimately aimed at feeding into improving the matchday experience for supporters or keeping up with enhanced league regulations and general legislation."
This work will help improve pre-match facilities for supporters through revamping the community hub at the LNER Stadium and improve the aesthetics around the stadium's footprint.