Among the works carried out as part of the Brandywell Regeneration Project is a new 955 seater stand incorporating new changing rooms, media facilities, meeting spaces, safety control centre, along with standing accommodation for 270 spectators that will bring the existing capacity of the ground to approximately 3,700.
As well as the new stand, the project consists of a new synthetic turf pitch, a standalone dog track, the refurbishment of the south-end stand and additional car parking as well as substantial improvement works across the Stadium, including the replacement of the boundary walls to the wider Brandywell site.
Have a look below at the progress that’s been made on the redevelopment.
Delighted to see the fantastic progress on the Brandywell Regeneration Project today, and ownership of the Stadium handed back to Council ahead of Derry City FC’s first home fixture this weekend. I’m sure fans will be thrilled with the end result – https://t.co/zUkpH8pWvH pic.twitter.com/j0BKL8LMEK
— Mayor Derry Strabane (@mayordcsdc) February 26, 2018
Good progress has been made on the Brandywell Regeneration Project in recent weeks
The internal completion of the new stand’s infrastructure is largely completed and progress on the new 3G pitch with the laying of the carpet is at an advanced stage: https://t.co/WR1v7XR3UF pic.twitter.com/G7bMXXaSKi
— Derry Strabane Cncl (@dcsdcouncil) January 18, 2018
— Martin McNelis (@GTDT42) September 4, 2017
— conor feeney (@conorfeeney83) August 30, 2017
Demolition of Glentoran Stand