Opened in 2012 and costing almost £750,000, our purpose built Clubhouse is where Dewsbury Rangers Football Club calls home. After 19 years of hiring school grounds and local parks, the club took a huge step forward when the facility was officially opened by guest footballer and Dewsbury born, Leigh Bromby.
However, the Clubhouse didn't happen overnight. Years of dedication from the club's senior officials, planning, completing funding applications, meetings with 'West Riding County Football Association' and 'The Football Foundation' were followed by knock backs and at one point almost saw the entire project scrapped due to funding cuts. Eventually though, the hard work paid off and the club now proudly resides in this magnificent sporting venue.
The facility boasts 6 changing rooms fully equipped with individual toilet cubicles and showering facilities, 2 dedicated referee changing rooms and a fully kitted out treatment room with defibrillator. On top of this, the Clubhouse has a large lounge area with food preparation area. This allows the club to cater on match days and external functions.
The Clubhouse is literally the clubs foundation and gives us a base for the long term future. We are extremely proud of what we have and we maintain the facility to a high standard to ensure its longevity. Combined with the future development plans that we have for our playing facilities, this is sure to become one of the best sporting venues in West Yorkshire for football.
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