Woking planning new 10,000 seater stadium

Woking planning new 10,000 seater stadium

Sunday 21st July 2019

Woking FC have released images of what their proposed new stadium could look like.

The National League club are looking to move away from Kingfield Stadium to a new purpose-built 10,000 seater ground.

The proposed new site is to the south of the town, around a mile away from the club’s current ground. As is very much the style nowadays, the new stadium is part of a larger development known as Cardinal Court which will also include over 1,100 homes.

The club are hoping to apply for planning permission in the summer. If approved, work will start in 2021 with an expected completion date sometime in 2023.

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