Arsenal have agreed a deal for the Ladies and Youth Development teams to continue playing their home games at Boreham Wood FC’s Meadow Park until the end of the 2026/27 season.
According to Boreham Wood FC’s official website: “The agreement is tied in with a summer of facility and stadia improvements to Meadow Park, following a large investment from Boreham Wood FC, Arsenal FC and the Premier League, through the Football Stadia Improvement Fund (FSIF) – the sister organisation of the Football Foundation.
“Since 2003, the Football Foundation Funding Partners’ investment has provided over £1.1m into redeveloping Meadow Park, including the installation of a new all-weather playing surface, a 720-seater spectator stand, and a state-of-the-art changing pavilion”
Arsenal Ladies have had a long-standing relationship with Boreham Wood, which has helped improve the facilities and upgrade the stadium to surpass the rest of the clubs in their respective division. It also ensures Arsenal Ladies and their Youth Development side have the best facilities in the Women’s game.
Arsenal Club Secretary David Miles added: “We’re delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with Boreham Wood FC and are pleased to be able to contribute to these improvements. The facilities at Meadow Park have always been good, and with the major refurbishment of the facility now taking place, they will soon be even better,” reports BBC Sport.