Wakefield Trinity Chairman shares positive progress on their stadium redevelopment

Progress is coming along nicely at Belle Vue as Wakefield continue to redevelop their stadium ahead of the upcoming season.

With the work well underway, the redevelopment is beginning to take shape for the West Yorkshire club with steelwork now arriving onto site.

Trinity Chairman John Minards shared pictures to his social media account showing the redevelopment as work continues.

Even with all the work going on around the ground, the pitch looks in immaculate condition as pre season begins to approach.

The club had initially been looking to move away from their famous ground but instead decided to redevelop Belle Vue after the plans were given the green light in June.

With a short space of time, the East Stand was knocked down as work began at a rapid pace.

The plans involve knocking down and rebuilding the East Stand and making significant changes to the stadiums North Stand.

With IMG’s recent proposals, this stadium redevelopment comes at a crucial time for the club as they try to cement their status as a Super League club.

A modern looking stadium with fit for purpose facilities will go a look way to achieving that.

The stadium is not the only change going on at Wakefield currently wit new Head Coach Mark Applegarth ushering in a new era at the club with his backroom staff.

The loss of captain Jacob Miller and signing of Morgan Smith is part of this new era and Trinity fans will be hoping to hit the ground running in 2023 in hopes of avoiding another relegation battle.

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