An apparent delay in funding for Hayes & Yeading United’s new stadium means the club will groundshare with Woking into the start of next season.
West London Sport revealed last month that the club were putting contingency plans in place in case their new ground was not ready by August.
And it has now been confirmed that an agreement has been reached to allow them to continue playing at Woking’s Kingfield home until the end of October.
Nas Bashir’s side have been playing home games there this season after the sale and demolition of Church Road.
Work on a newly-built stadium has been held back while United await a grant they expect to be awarded to help pay for the development.
Above picture courtesy of Hayes & Yeading United FC
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