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Greenwich Borough will continue to play at Dartford's Princes Park stadium for another two years

04 April 2014
by Steve Tervet

Greenwich Borough have signed a two-year extension to their groundshare deal at Princes Park.

Dartford's Princes Park stadium Picture Tom Carney

Dartford's Princes Park stadium Picture: Tom Carney

The Southern Counties East club are approaching the end of their first season as Dartford's tenants, having previously ground-shared with Holmesdale at Oakley Road for five years.

Dartford co-chairman Bill Archer said: "We have continued to build an excellent working relationship with Greenwich and are keen to assist and support a forward-thinking, progressive club like Greenwich Borough."

Greenwich chairman Perry Skinner added: "GBFC has undergone some major transformations during the season, having formed a new committee and now negotiating our new agreement which includes our under-21 squad to play at Princes Park on the 3G pitch, Dartford Football Club have helped us to maintain our vision of growth."

Greenwich are in action at Princes Park tomorrow (Saturday), against Rochester United.

They sit eighth in Southern Counties East with 38 points from 25 games.

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