BASINGSTOKE Town have confirmed this will be continue to play until the end of the season at the Camrose, before their move to the Hampshire FA’s headquarters at Winklebury.

This will end over 70 years at the ground with their final league game being on Saturday, April 28 when King’s Langley are the visitors.

The club have agreed with Hampshire FA, to play there for the 2018/19 season and will submit planning application to enhance the Winklebury site in the next few weeks.

There will also be a planning application put in for the Camrose site, which is expected to be for housing.The new road names being names after former Town players.

Chairman of the new Basingstoke Town Community Club Steve Letch said: “It’s great news to be staying at the Camrose until the end of the season. We hope that this will attract more people to enjoy our final games at our long time home.”

Talking more about their move to Winklebury Letch added: “Our move is also going very well. We have sought to build good relations with the Hampshire FA and residents at Winklebury. The next step is to put in a formal planning application later this month, showing some modest seating and standing improvements.”

The Community Club are working hard on concerns about the impact of traffic on Winklebury and also to continue fund raising to maintain the squad for this season.

Letch added : “The Community Club through generous support has raised over £10,000 but unfortunately more is needed.”

Anyone who can help should contact club secretary Steve Williams 01256 770434 or Town are at home on Saturday, when they entertain Biggleswade, looking to build on their excellent 4-1 League Cup win at Moneyfields, where Callum Bunting scored a hat-trick, after Sam Smart netted the opener.Last Saturday, Ben Wright scored in a 1-1 draw at King's Langley.

Manager Terry Brown said: "Saturday's game should be an exciting one."