FTFC THOW DOORS OPEN TO KITCHENS, CHANGING ROOMS & HOSPITALITY SUITE


More than 200 people visited Fleetwood Town FC for its official Open Day and enjoyed a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes!
Twelve's Paul Moss with Richard Brodie &Scott Davies
Guided tours of the changing rooms and players' facilities as well as access to the  luxurious Parkside Hospitality Suite took place including a chance to step inside the kitchens where Twelve was at work.
Paul Moss was joined by striker Richard Brodie and goal keeper Scott Davies in the kitchen as he demonstrated the high level of fine dining available on match days and private parties and events.
Team Twelve served up a selection of dishes including starters of ham hock terrine, mozzarella and tomato salad as well as main courses featuring roast chicken.
Fleetwood Town’s Manager Micky Mellon was there to show guests around the facilities, sign programmes and answer all sorts of questions about players’ fitness regimes, nutrition and how they were recruited.

The Club’s Chairman, Andy Pilley was also in the Parkside Hospitality Suite for the Open Day which took place the day after Fleetwood Town had beaten second place team, Gateshead 3-1.
FTFC fan Fred Hackett with Micky Mellon