|Exciting times ahead for growth of Mill United|
Mill United's 20 teams, consisting of 365 players and 68 coaches, attended Hamilton Mausoleum on Sunday to partake in the first ever club photograph with the new club home kit.
The club are well under way towards their plans to have a multi purpose training and playing complex in the Hamilton area and have already put in place discussions with other community sport groups including girl's football to join their plight to facilitate a community sports hub.
Club Secretary Ross Reddiex, who is leading the project commented, "We are one of the biggest and most successful amateur clubs in the country and due to our expansion and desire to link in with girls' and disabled football groups, together with other sports, we are looking to develop the currently playing area at Fairhill or elsewhere. This would mean bringing a sports hub to our players, coaches, parents and of course the local community in Hamilton."
He continued: "We have recently attained a Community Club status from the SYFA and Developmental Level Quality Mark from the Scottish FA, as well as being the founders of the Junior Soccer Stars programme, which may be a national development plan over the forthcoming year. We are exploring all avenue to achieve our goals. We would like to hear from major sponsors who would help fund our quest or any other interested sports groups who would like to involve themselves with us."