Sean Dyche was a huge draw when Kettering FC opened their new home on Wednesday, April 8 at the Lowther Football Centre north of Kettering.
The Clarets boss, who was born and raised in Kettering, was the guest of honour at the opening of the new football centre, which has three new grass pitches and will accommodate Kettering Football Club’s growing number of teams, which currently number eight.
Dyche was delighted to cut the ribbon on the new changing room facility, before signing autographs and posing for pictures with many of the club’s younger players.
Kettering FC is a community club, which is full FA Charter Standard.
The facility came about as a result of a planning gain and requirement, in conjunction with the building of number of warehouses by Prologis Ltd.