Salford City and their fans have set out their aims for the next coming months in the second Soul of Salford meeting this season.
The series of meetings allow fans of the Ammies to ask questions to club representatives, providing updates on club developments.
Soul of Salford are the fan’s representation group, established in 2022 to provide greater connections between the club and supporters.
The main takeaway was the quest to redefine the role of the fan group, with a view to contact the Football Supporters Association to form an official fan group in the future. As it stands the current state will stand until the establishment of that new group.
Another key topic discussed in the meeting held at the start of November was the current state of facilities around the Peninsula Stadium.
One particular area of concern was the facilities available in the South Stand, with privacy in the toilets there being addressed by the club as an area to improve. A new baby changing station has been installed there, whilst the club are looking at replacing the new hot dog cart and pie warmers due to the lack of demand.
The new pizza stand will be opening in the near future, with equipment needing to be delivered before it can be used.
Improving the retail side of the club is also a key target for the club, with a change in the summer of manufacturers from Castore to adidas. The club has outlined it’s intentions to expand and refurbish the club shop, and combine it with the existing ticket office.
Accessibility is also being focused on, with disabled supporters complaining about the ease of access, with the club exploring ways their experiences can be improved.