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This Sunday, Enfield Town play their first match at their magnificent new home that is shared with Enfield Town FC.
The ground, which is owned by the club in conjunction with Enfield Council, includes an impressive looking listed building which houses the newly refurbished changing facilities and bar/snack bar.
Enfield Town manager John Abbott said: "It's a wonderful stadium and will be one of the best grounds used by any ladies team with large changing rooms including separate facilities for male and female officials. We are thrilled to be moving in at last.
"A lot of hard work by all sections of the club has brought us this opportunity and we would like to thank them all."
Enfield captain Claire Gooch added: "The girls will enjoy the improved conditions that we will now have at our disposal and we must now push on to match the standard of ground that we have for our use. We no longer have to endure conditions that are not ideal."
Old Actonians will be the first visitors for a Middlesex County Senior Cup quarter final tie with a 2pm kick off. Admission is free at The Queen Elizabeth Stadium, Donkey Lane, Enfield.
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