Brechin City FC’s Ground Staff Deserve A Medal For Incredible Pitch Design
Brechin City FC's pre-season friendly schedule gets underway against Dundee on Saturday, but it's not the actual game that has got people talking this morning.
The home of the Scottish League One side, Glebe Park, may have opened in 1919 but the 4,083 capacity stadium remains one of the most pristine pitches in Scotland.
In fact, the new look design is seriously on par with most Premier League grounds.
I reckon Brechin's ground staff deserve the Ballon d'Or equivalent for this masterpiece.
"Is Glebe Park the most stunning ground in Scottish football? That's not for us to say... But yes." wrote the official @ account earlier.
We can't disagree with them on this one. JUST LOOK AT IT!
Many on social media praised the ground staff for their incredible work ahead of the new campaign.
"Can you come and make my front lawn look like something similar. Sensational mowing technique!" said on Twitter user.
While another said: "is this to hypnotise the opposition?"
You're right Garry, this really is a work of art.
Another club once renowned for their extravagant pitch designs were Leicester City, but the Premier League announced in August 2017 that they would no longer be permitted.
The decision was slammed as many enjoyed groundsman John Ledwidge's work on the pitch.
The Premier League have BANNED pitch patterns for the upcoming season.- Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) August 2, 2017
Leicester City's groundsmen must be fuming... pic.twitter.com/YNNN6HwSs7
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