August 23, 2019 4.47 pm This story is over 50 months old

First look inside Lincoln City’s new lounge and shop

They also have big plans in the pipeline

Lincoln City FC has unveiled a new look for the VIP lounge, hospitality boxes, and club shop.

The new club shop at Sincil Bank has been merged with the ticket office, allowing fans to get a ticket and a shirt in one go.

Lincoln’s iconic red, white and grey colours have been the inspiration for the soft refurbishment of the club’s 17 hospitality boxes.

The new club shop.

Box owners now also have the option to upgrade after construction firm APSS installed new furniture, flooring and LED lighting.

The summer also saw a lot of work on the 1884 Lounge and Bar, with new leather seating and murals of iconic team photographs.

Lincoln City FC and APSS now have an ongoing relationship which will see the two businesses continue to work together.

The next scheme in the pipeline is set to be the fit-out and refurbishment of the first team’s dressing room.

The new Lincoln City dug out.

Miles Thomas, operations director at APSS, said: “Lincoln City FC has worked so hard over the last few years, helping to raise awareness of everything the city has to offer. We wanted the new 1884 lounge and bar to reflect the greatness of what the club has achieved.

“The various fit-outs and refurbishment at the club over the summer really show the keen investment in the stadium and the club’s commitment to providing guests with the best possible experience when visiting and watching a game.

“Many of our team members here at APSS are fans of Lincoln City FC, so enjoy working with the club and feeling a part of the journey. We look forward to the start of the new season and seeing guests enjoy the latest fit-outs.”

Commercial manager at Lincoln City FC, Ritchie Bates, said: “We are delighted with the construction work that APSS has completed in recent months.

“Their professional interior design work has accelerated the development of interior sections of Sincil Bank Stadium and the Soper of Lincoln EPC.”