Broadbeach United as a club have achieved continuous successes on the field in a number of divisions across male and female football.
The club has recently decided to improve their home at Nikiforides Park with a full changing room renovation courtesy of major sponsor Vivid Joinery.
The change comes at a time where facility improvement is a high property on a number of club lists, with Broadbeach being one of the latest to commit to enhancement.
“The players see what other clubs are doing to improve their facilities and we were mindful of being proactive and keeping up,” said club Treasurer and Premier League Head Coach Lee Vernon.
The feedback so far from the players has been nothing but positive at the Dolphins.
The FGC stalwarts will not be stopping their however, with planned expansion of the clubhouse planned.
The plans involve doubling the current upstairs size of the club but more importantly adding women’s specific changing rooms and facilities.
“The improvements we are looking to make will benefit everyone, especially the women and our ability program that is run on a Sunday morning. The extra space and storage would be invaluable,” said Vernon.
The club has faced a slight setback in its quest for funding the projects, missing out on the latest stage of grants.
However, this is only a small setback for the club, as the Dolphins are even more determined moving forward to succeed with their new plans and initiatives.
The club has indicated that they will be ready to proceed as soon as possible when funding becomes available.
“We are ready to move through with the projects as soon as we can. The benefit will be felt by everyone in our community so it is something we are definitely excited about,” said Vernon.