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Airbus hope to be playing at home by the start
of the new season.
AIRBUS UK have already been cleared to enter the Welsh Premier League next season.
And this week has seen more good news as it was revealed the team's home pitch may be ready in time to start the new season.
"We have been told the floodlights, the final piece of the jigsaw, will be erected on 12 August," said Airbus manager Rob Lythe.
"Once they are up we can move back to Broughton. Conwy's help was still important however as without them we would have missed the deadline to be formally accepted into the league.
"We will probably play a few friendlies there and maybe some early matches while our ground gets the finishing touches but the sooner we can move back home the better.
"I would like to thank Conwy for their help as by agreeing to a ground-share they have given us the opportunity to test ourselves at a higher level."
Welsh Premier League secretary John Deakin and FA councillor for North East Wales Ken Hughes visited Conwy's ground on Monday to inspect it and give their verdict on its condition.
Now Lythe has to prepare his squad for the challenge of life among the elite. "I will be looking to strengthen my squad," he said. "I have my eye on a few people.
"The Welsh Premier is more demanding than the Cymru Alliance both physically and tactically.
"There is a big gulf in terms of finance and fitness which we need to bridge, but promoted teams have a record of survival so we are confident we will get it right and survive," he added.
14 May 2021
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